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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2019 Winter Open House at The Wolf School

Are you or someone you know interested in learning more about The Wolf School? The Wolf School will be having our Winter Open House on Thursday, February 14th from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Come see the unique environment we create to help each student thrive. Meet Wolf’s Director of Enrollment and the

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Room 5 students perform an original blues song!

Student Stars Shine At Wolf’s Winter Show

Singing, and dancing, and acting?! Oh my! Wolf students shined in the end of year Winter Show on December 21st. From original blues songs to classic holiday hits, the Pelson Center was filled with the holiday spirit as friends and family watched each room present their own unique and creative

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2018 Book Fair

A New Chapter: Encouraging a love of reading

November brings with it many highly anticipated events – Thanksgiving, the start of the holiday season, and for Wolf School students, the best one of all – the Book Fair. Each year, the Wolf School Parent Organization (WSPO) helps to set up and organize the Scholastic Book Fair at our school,

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It's All Relative

It’s All Relative

3 Tips For Helping Relatives Understand Your Complex Learner No matter what holidays you celebrate at this time of year you can pretty much count on seeing relatives that you otherwise don’t spend a lot of time with. As a result, you might get a few raised eyebrows when you

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Women in History Project

Connections In History: Influential Women Across The Years

Harriet Tubman. Ruby Bridges. Frida Kahlo. These are just some of the extraordinary women Room 8 students studied during their Women in History unit. Students were each assigned an important woman in history to research. After learning about their subject’s life and work, each student wrote a presentation about them.  Students

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Stress: The Holiday Gift You Want To Return

Stress: The Holiday Gift You Want to Return

4 Tips for Surviving Holiday Hassles The turkey is gone, your favorite coffee shop is serving peppermint and gingerbread drinks, and Christmas music is taking over the radio. You know what that means – it’s officially the holiday season. Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza, New Years – whatever you celebrate, the rush

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The World of Complex Learners: Gratitude

Gratitude: So Much More Than a Stuffed Turkey

It’s mid-November, the time of year for turkey and shopping and eating and family and celebration and football! And like the name of our Thanksgiving holiday suggests, it’s a time to reflect on all we are thankful for. But scientists tell us if we demonstrate gratitude all year round it

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5 Takeaways from The Wolf School's Complex Learners Conference

5 Takeaways from The Wolf School’s Fourth Annual Complex Learners Conference

Every year special education professionals, classroom teachers, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, and parents gather at The Wolf School for a singular purpose – to increase their knowledge of children with complex learning and attention issues and share strategies to support the optimal cognitive and social growth of Complex

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