Mr. Dana taught the older pirates a lesson about Sparta today. As always, it was a lesson that will not soon be forgotten. The student role played kids of that time. At age 12, they were put through grueling challenges that could be life or death situations. Even at age 7,...Read More
Math education is a priority at The Chandler School. Our goal is to provide a solid foundation of basic math skills, so that higher math skills will come more naturally. Hands-on activities help our students see math in a “real life” manner that can be applied to...Read More
GREAT NEWS! Beth Moore is coming back this summer (June 17-26,) to teach Orton Gillingham! Beth Moore has over 35 years experience as an educator and Fellow in the Academy of Orton Gilligham Practitioners. An information session will be held at The Chandler School on April 25 at...Read More
Every few months, Mr. Dana surprises everybody with an impromptu game of CAPTURE THE FLAG. The students and staff work together in teams to create strategies and implement them in this challenging game. Teamwork is key, as is physical fitness. This is always a big hit with...Read More
After studying the phases of the moon, the little pirates enjoyed a delicious activity. They created the moon phases using oreo cookies. The boys were amazing in their knowledge of each moon phase. Needless to say, the best part of the activity came at the end when they...Read More
Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I will understand.
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