It’s basketball season! Practice began in early January for The Wolf School basketball team and already the team has been working hard. With drills, practice scrimmages, and great discussions on what it means to be a team player – we can already tell this is going to be an incredible
Whether it’s a tambourine or pots and pans, one thing is for sure – Wolf School students have sure got rhythm! Families and friends joined us on Friday, December 15th for our annual Holiday Show to celebrate the last school day before Winter Break with tons of holiday cheer. Watch
Through a connection from Chris Levy, a Wolf School parent, The Wolf School was thrilled to welcome back volunteers from Hasbro on December 14th for their Global Day of Joy! A team from Hasbro joined Wolf School students and staff to make over 1200 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for
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 8th 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
Whether students are in Room 2 or are rising 8th graders, there is one thing all Wolf students have in common - their love of reading!
The Wolf School dedicated our sensory courtyard to civic leader and philanthropist, Malcolm “Kim” G. Chace on November 9, 2017. Chace made the inaugural gift that sparked The Wolf School’s founding in 1999 and remained an active supporter throughout his life. To honor the tremendous impact the Chace family has
The Wolf School’s 3rd Annual Complex Learners Conference – School Trauma and the Complex Learner: Identification & Intervention – took place on Friday, November 3rd. With over 90 attendees, this full-day conference offered participants an in-depth understanding of the neurobiological connections of trauma and the impact on learning. Strategies for
When our after school program coordinator, Meg Jackson, surveyed current parents to see what topics families were most interested in for after-school programs, one answer kept popping up – robotics. It was clear the interest in robotics was there from both our students and parents. After some research, Meg discovered Snapology