Bowl making has become a fourth grade tradition. This integrated project melds academics, arts and community service. The bowls are created in art class and are sold in the classrooms while soup is served to the students and parents. The money raised is used to buy canned goods and other products for the Urban Ministries Food Shelter. The students purchase and deliver the goods, tour the facility and help to stock the pantry shelves.
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.
The TRS Class of 2012 gathered on campus this past Monday for a reunion dinner. Students and parents enjoyed reconnecting and catching up. Wish them luck as they finish their high school years and embark on the next chapter of their lives. #trscommunity #trsalumni #trsclass2012
Our third graders in Mr. Sather's class honor the class theme of community by inviting their Growing Together Preschool friends to The Raleigh School for a Thanksgiving feast. Leading up to the feast, the third graders design several Thanksgiving themed crafts to teach their preschool buddies. This week these new friends enjoyed time together as they made crafts and sat down for a Thanksgiving meal prepared by the third grade parents. A heartwarming tradition, familiar faces such as Ted Storck returned to campus for the event, helping with the roasting of turkeys and serving of the food.