CS Campus is a Certified Schoolyard Habitat Thanks to the hard work of two CS middle schoolers, Community School is once again a Certified Schoolyard Habitat! To achieve this certification, the students had to show our campus has food and water sources, places for animals to take cover and raise young and examples of CS’s […]
Middle School Recognized at AMLE Conference Community School Middle School was recognized last week at the annual conference for the Association of Middle Level Education as one of the inaugural twelve schools worldwide to receive the honor of being a School of Distinction. A core goal of the program is to foster a network of […]
From Executive Director Linda Roth Dear Members of our Community, This school year began with gratitude for brighter and lighter days. It has been wonderful to see our families on campus for Coffee by the Creek, the Family Picnic, and the return of pizza day lunches. Fall Festival excursions returned to pre-Covid days, and we […]
The theme helps the school come together by providing a shared focus and teachers find new ways to collaborate through integrated curriculum. We wanted to find ways to make connections and work together to find solutions. Ideas and topics we talked about included threads of life, cultural preservation, pieces of art and music (mosaics, quilts, songs, stories, dance), conflict mediation, immigration and global understanding. […]
Community School today announced that it has been named to the Association for Middle Level Education (AMLE) Schools of Distinction program. It is one of only 12 schools worldwide to receive this honor in the inaugural year of the program, which is designed to both recognize exemplary schools and guide them through a process of strategic vision setting to help foster ongoing growth and success. […]
Today, I’m here just to say ‘thank you.’ Thank you to the parents who make the tuition payments, pack the lunches, rearrange work schedules to make 3:15 pickups, midweek conferences, and the Strawberry Festival. Thank you for the sacrifices you make to have Community School in your lives.
Thank you to our students, who have to be the luckiest kids in the world, to go to school in this environment and with these tremendous teachers. Our children have taken so many things in stride in the past few years and they have performed beautifully. […]
Our theme for 2021-2022 was To the Stars. We used the theme to provide a new perspective and appreciate the stars in our life and also identify what makes each of us a star. We looked at friends, family and famous people who we admired. I was happy to see the middle school artists who selected […]
While we had to split the preschool/elementary and middle school performances for the Spring Arts Festival over the last two weeks, the art, music, and drama presented by our students was wonderful to see. Late spring is not always an easy time to ask students to focus, challenge themselves, take risks, and work together as […]
We have been carefully watching the risk level metrics for our region, as well as considering our school level of transmission over the last month. Due to the continuing decline in cases and hospitalizations, the COVID Working Group recommended, and the Board of Trustees approved optional mask wearing both outside and inside. This will go into effect at the start of the school day on March 28 for all students and staff on campus. We appreciate all you have done to support our health and safety protocols over the last two years and hope that we will not have to return to mandatory masking. Under these revised protocols, we respect everyone’s choice on whether they want to wear masks at school.
Congratulations to CS Alumnus Conner Hunt on his submission to the Mill Mountain Theater’s Sixth Annual Write Stuff Festival! Connor’s original work was performed on the Waldron Stage in February. It is his second submission to be selected for this festival in as many years. Conner graduated from Community School middle school in 2020 and […]