As the modern world encroaches on our time with nature, at Rectory all three divisions, Middle School, Elementary and CARe purposefully plan for children to explore the wonders of the world they live in through hands-on science-based curriculum, daily outdoor experiences, and field trips into nature.
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It's time to re-enroll your students for the 2018-2019 academic year. All re-enrollment contracts can be found online, in the Wolf Den (the parent portal). The deadline to submit your request for financial aid is fast approaching. Be sure to get your current tax documents submitted by February 21.
The Elementary School parents help organize after school activities to enjoy each others company outside the classroom. Building a sense of community is a central part of our vision at Rectory, as we believe that our children will thrive when we behave with understanding, kindness, compassion, and the belief that we share responsibility for one other's well-being.
What if a preschooler is interested in Ancient Egypt? Well, we bring Ancient Egypt to CARe, of course! One little girl wanted to learn more about the gods Horus and Anubis as well as all about mummies. She was so interested, she started to play "Egypt" in the classroom, role playing mummies, pharaohs, and gods. After a few days all the children were interested in Ancient Egypt. The CARe teachers recognized the interest and immediately started to create curriculum.
Please join us in celebrating our legendary faculty with this RPA-sponsored event on Monday, February 26. Baked goods may be brought to the Faculty Workroom, located in the Old Tutor Tower starting at 7:30 a.m. Please send an email to email@example.com to find out how you can participate.
First implemented during the 2014-2015 academic year, the Capstone provides an opportunity for our ninth graders to explore, and consider solutions to, issues that are present in today's society. We are so pleased to see so many of our passionate 9th graders involved in reviewing current issues and caring about the future of our world and society. Future leaders are being made here at Rectory!
Using balsa wood, seventh graders build bridges in earth science class and then put them to a weight challenge. The purpose of the project is to learn basic engineering principles, teamwork, communication skills, and to understand how structures are made to resist earth forces like earthquakes, hurricanes, and tornadoes.
The annual benefit concert for Music at Rectory will be held on Sunday, February 25. All proceeds go to the MARS Scholarship Fund which are provided exclusively to non- Rectory students through TEEG. The concert begins at 2:00 pm on Sunday, February 25 and tickets cost $15. Call 860-963-7640 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information or to reserve tickets. Tickets are also available at the door.
What is guaranteed to thaw a wintry afternoon? Watching our students reenact comedic scenes from a favorite play of our favorite bard.
Check out this edition of the Wolf Den Sports Center and find out what is going on with your favorite Wolves!