First and third grade art will be on exhibit at Cameron Village Library in Raleigh from Nov. 2-Dec. 10. The artists' reception will be Saturday, Nov. 5, from 1-2 p.m. Work on display will include first grade Kandinsky Tree Collages (shown).
Everything we do here is intended for one purpose – educating young children in the ideal manner.
We are passionate about nurturing children’s natural inclination to wonder, explore and discover.
Using an active, inquiry-based approach, we engage children’s hands, hearts and minds every day.
Two of our faculty members recently attended a conference on STEM education, as part of our strong commitment to professional development. They shared ideas and projects from the event at this month's elementary faculty meeting. Annual Fund donations helped make this possible.
Fifth grade families delivered huge amounts of water, food and other supplies to the Food Bank of CENC after the fifth grade students organized a disaster relief effort.
The Raleigh School has a long history of students finding ways to jump in and help out when their community is in need. The recent weather related events have left thousands in our state without homes, without power, and without basic necessities. The fifth grade felt compelled to help our neighbors and coordinated a school-wide response -- with amazing success from our generous community. Several large pickup trucks were needed to deliver all the items.