Best known for her book “The Out-of-Sync Child” and more recently, “The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up,” Carol Kranowitz will be presenting Sensory Challenges and Sensible Solutions at The Wolf School on May 10, 2018. Open to the public. RSVP today!
It was a family affair at The Wolf School on February 28th during the annual Parent vs. Student basketball game! After a great season, The Wolf School Basketball Team was ready to show off their skills as they faced their parents. It was a real nail-biter with both teams playing
Founders’ Day is such a special day at The Wolf School! This year, on February 22nd, we celebrated 19 years since the founding of Wolf at a special breakfast and All School Assembly with family and friends. Each year we surprise a Wolf faculty member with the Founders’ Day award.
With great sportsmanship, a team-first attitude, and lots of hard work, this year’s Wolf School basketball season is one for the books! Middle School students participating on the basketball team began practice in early January with their last game of the season February 12th. Each game was a win in
At The Wolf School, we work with children who experience significant and complex learning challenges. While there are numerous academic curriculum and teaching strategies we utilize to help our students reach their academic potential, the key to success is to simultaneously address other components of their development and learning. These
We Are Wolf is a 5 question interview format showcasing members of The Wolf School Community. From alumni to parents to donors to staff – we are all Wolf! Name: Mitchell McIvor Connection to Wolf: Graduate, Class of 2015 Bio: Mitchell is a graduating eighth grader this year and will
Art is beautiful. Art is inspiring. Art is emotional. And art is smart! If you attended the Wolf School Art Show yesterday, you experienced a wonderful display of creative and colorful artwork. But behind each finished piece, there are innumerable benefits you don’t see. Art offers our students critical sensory