Building community is at the heart of our work at Long-View. We believe learning is accelerated through meaningful interactions with others. Furthermore, we believe families should be involved in creating a culture of learning that blurs the lines of “school learning” and outside learning. We cannot achieve that end if we do not involve families in developing meaningful relationships with us (the school and staff) and with each other. Thus, to begin and reconnect those relationships, we kick off each school year with an event we call the Parent Tailgate….
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This crazy guy visits us daily, looking in our window from time-to-time but mostly busying himself making trip after trip down the sidewalk to manage his nuts. Apparently it takes somewhere around 15 runs a day to carry your nuts back and forth from your tree to your hiding place in the potted plants . . . .
No name yet for this squirrel, outside of "small but cute distraction!"