WOLF WEDNESDAYS: WHAT’S WITH THE CHICKEN NUGGETS?

Seven Strategies for Picky Eaters Not many kids get excited about broccoli. Or ask to have spinach quiche at their birthday party. Or choose the crudité over potato chips. But some kids are pickier than others when it comes to food. They only eat chicken nuggets, or mac and cheese,

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Wolf vs. Wolf: Students take on parents in basketball

After a season of great games and weekly practices, The Wolf School basketball team took to the court to play their toughest opponents yet- their parents! Wolf School parents joined the team on Wednesday, February 22nd for a friendly game! With both teams playing their best, the game went into

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Founders’ Day

To celebrate 18 years since the founding of The Wolf School, families, Board members, special friends, and even The Wolf School’s first student, Otto Wolf Wallerstein, joined students and staff on February 23rd for Founders’ Day! Founders’ Day is a beloved tradition at Wolf that allows the school community to

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WOLF WEDNESDAY: IS IT ANXIETY, OR IS IT ANXIETY?

3 Suggestions for Complex Learners If your child is a Complex Learner, you have seen anxiety in action. It could look like a jittery body, a “deer in headlights” expression, crying, a full-blown tantrum, refusing to go to school, physical aches and pains, fear of crowds, procrastination, making excuses, asking

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Tearing up the Court

The Wolf School Basketball team is working hard! Lots of great moves, sportsmanship and teamwork are coming together for a memorable season. Check out photos from the most recent basketball game in the slideshow below!

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Winter Open House

The Wolf School, a nationally recognized private special education school for children with complex learning differences, will be having our Winter Open House on our NEW DATE Thursday, February 16th from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. We encourage those interested to come see the environment we create to help each student

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WOLF WEDNESDAYS: ORGANIZING THE UNORGANIZED

Three Things to Keep in Mind It’s January, and yes, all the holiday decorations and New Year’s glitter is gone, but in its place, there’s a marketing ploy at hand. Get organized. Storage bins of every size, color-coded files and boxes, cleaners and vacuums and new sheets are all on

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“Oh what a sight, this time of year”

Holiday Event As all of us know, getting up in front of a crowd is never easy. But imagine how impossible it might seem if you were a child with complex learning differences? Many of our students arrive at Wolf without the social skills or confidence it takes to speak up in

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Time for YOU!

It’s time for our Wolf Wednesday blog post and the final Holiday Tip! This is the one that everybody tells you about, and you read about in all the magazine and blogs, and you know you should do it, but somehow it always falls to the bottom of your list.

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Move It!

If the temperatures continue to make outdoor play difficult, you need to keep things moving inside! As you know, movement is important for all kids, but it’s even more critical for Complex Learners, helping with sensory regulation, mood, focus, and organization. During the break from school and the regular routine,

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