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Inspired Reflections and The Hundred Languages

The Reggio Emilia Approach (REA) is a philosophy that views young children as capable and compassionate citizens who have tremendous capacity as learners. It inspires our teachers and students to be co-constructors in their work of discovery and expression. Written by Loris Malaguzzi, the founder of the REA, The Hundred Languages is a metaphor for the many unique ways that children express themselves when given the opportunity.

The students at The Dewey School express themselves through a myriad of ways as they respond to the environment as a third teacher, inside and out. Please enjoy a sampling of our community's collective body of visual art!

It has been our pleasure to work and learn alongside these amazing and capable humans this year!

"Nothing without joy!" ~Malaguzzi


November 3 Teacher Workshop Day/Voting --no students

November 11 Veterans Day--Holiday

November 20 "Good to the Last Crumb" orders due!

November 20-22 Gibson's Weekend Shopping

November 24 Come pick up your Crust and Crumb deliciousness

November 25-29 Thanksgiving --Holiday

December 22 Solstice Celebration



to our October and November birthday friends

Afton                            Oct 8

Charlotte                     Oct 26

Cooper                         Oct 31

Charlie                        Nov 5

Jocelyn                        Nov 19

Chloe                           Nov 21


The Dewey School would welcome donations of any of the following:


Sensory Bin Fillers:

*packing peanuts

*cardboard tubes

*bird seed

*cotton balls

*rubber bands


Materials and Tools

*tape: colored masking tape

*smallish shovels

Outside Messy Materials

*rope for bridges

*plastic culvert


*outdoor musical instruments





Think Gardening

Real gardening tools for our garden

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