The topic of anxiety appears in everything from social media platforms to business journals. Societal messages often center around the detriments of anxiety: reducing workplace productivity, wreaking havoc on your child’s social life and other undesirable effects.
We celebrated our community’s heritage and traditions at our annual Heritage Potluck Dinner! Middle School students in our Global Explorers elective hosted hands-on activities for children at the event. Families were entertained by Djapo Cultural Arts Institute.
Old Trail School's Teaching & Learning Center invites you to attend The Adolescent Brain: Practical Strategies for Navigating Stress, Anxieties and the Emotions of Young People, presented by Steven G. Feifer, DEd., ABANSP on Monday, January 28, 2019 at 7 p.m. at the School. This event is free and open to the public.
Grade 7 students completed their Future City Competition Projects recently. For this project, teams were asked to dream up their ideal city 100 years in the future, and they had to think about how to solve a problem that their city faced.
Old Trail School Forms School Farm Partnership with Countryside
Old Trail School and Countryside (formerly Countryside Conservancy) have formed a new partnership (the “Farm Project”) that will ensure the future of the OTS Farm, a major priority of the School for the last two years.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math - It’s Elementary
More and more, business leaders, employers, educators, entrepreneurs, and others are focusing their attention on individuals who received an education with an emphasis on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
If you’ve happened to stumble into the child psychology or social science sections of your local bookstore recently, you’ve also probably noticed an increasing number of works focused on the resilience of children.
It is increasingly rare to see a group of neighborhood kids playing kickball, performing a skit for a backyard audience or building forts. More often, children are focused on two-dimensional screens or are being shuttled to multiple lessons.