A student makes his way down the court

Game On! Staff vs. Student Basketball Game

Our staff faced some tough competition at The Wolf School’s annual Staff vs. Students basketball game! Both teams did an incredible job working together. While great effort was given by all, it was the students that took home the win with a final score of 32-23! Check out the slideshow

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Snack Attack!

Managing Your Child’s Snacking Most kids (and adults too) love to snack. Afternoon meetings suddenly aren’t as tiring with the promise of snacks. Playdates and sleepovers are made memorable with special snacks. “I’m starving,” is a common outcry when your child arrives home from school and that after school snack

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Students and families were all smiles at A Night of Hollywood Stars!

A Night of Hollywood Stars!

We’re ready for our close up! Students, staff, and families got the star treatment at our 2019 Wolf School Family Dance –  A Night of Hollywood Stars! Guests were ready for a Hollywood premiere as they arrived dressed up as their favorite movie character or celebrity. Next, our ‘celebrity’ guests

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Anna Johnson with Mark, Katherine, and Sarah Pelson.

A Very Special Founders’ Day

This year’s Founders’ Day was special for many reasons. Along with celebrating 20 years of Wolf with students, staff, and families, The Wolf School also honored five community members who have played an important role at Wolf since the beginning. We were thrilled to honor Jeanette Epstein (Director of Enrollment

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A parent attempts to block a shot

Parents take the court!

Students and parents were all smiles as they faced off on February 20th in our annual Parent vs. Student basketball game! Both teams gave it their all but it was the parents that walked away with a victory this year. But don’t worry – there’s always next year!! Check out

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A Mind is a Difficult Thing to Remind

Helping Your Child Build Executive Function Skills Does your child struggle to remember the instructions you just told him? Does she have a meltdown every time things don’t go as planned? Does it look like a hurricane blew through his room no matter how many times you ask him to

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Room 3's completed mural

A Visual Celebration of Community

Community plays an important role at The Wolf School. We teach students The Wolf Way to encourage kindness, listening and respect for others. At All-School Assembly, with each class and staff member in attendance, we work to strengthen our students’ sense of community and fellowship. And at a recent All-School Assembly,

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Winter Olympics At Home

Winter Olympics At Home!

This seasonal funk is what happens when Complex Learners struggle to get the sensory input that they need to stay organized, energized and relaxed enough to fall asleep at night. As a parent of a Complex Learner, you understand your child requires the sensory input that movement provides but with

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A visiting player explains the rules of the next game

Brown Women’s Basketball Visits The Wolf School

Continuing what’s become a much anticipated tradition, players from the Brown University Women’s Basketball team joined The Wolf School basketball team to oversee their after school practice. The visiting players from Brown led Wolf students in multiple warm-ups, drills, and fun relay games focused on defense, shooting, and rebounding. Our

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Perfectly Unperfect: Realistic Resolutions for Parents of Complex Learners

You did it. You watched the ball drop (or fell asleep). You rang in the New Year with family and friends or your cat and Netflix. You took stock of the past year and wrote down New Year’s resolutions in a spreadsheet or on the back of a napkin. And

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