The younger pirates are working on a major group project, building an aqueduct, as part of their study of Ancient Rome. They were able to get gutters and blocks donated from local businesses. (THANKS Super Landscape supply on Augusta Rd.) The students have had to calculate the...Read More
The students at The Chandler School are now learning COMPUTER SCIENCE, thanks to Eric Ward, CTO and Cofounder of Website Pipeline. In this class, the students will take a computer apart, then put it back together. They will also build a computer from scratch! ...Read More
Orton Gillingham and multisensory techniques are the backbone of our teaching methods at The Chandler School. Every student receives one-on-one or two-on-one tutoring on a daily basis. Language skills are taught phonetically, using a a blend of proven methods, predominantly...Read More
2013 has started and we are off! Not a minute wasted, math, science, reading, social studies are in full swing! The students who completed summer homework earned an ice cream trip to Pickwick for all the Pirates! (Of course, those that did the work got extra scoops.) The upper...Read More
To conclude our unit on Ancient Greece, we held Olympic Games. The students had a passport, and as they visited each place we studied this year, (Pangaea, Mesopotamia, Ancient China, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, ) they got their passports stamped. The games included...Read More
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
Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I will understand.