Today, we had a school wide parade to celebrate America’s birthday! The children created “Firecracker” and other festive hats and decorations for the event. The parade concluded with the children doing the “Pledge of Allegiance” and listening to the National Anthem. Happy fourth of July Oak Brook School !
Our School age program wrote, directed, and starred in their own puppet shows last Friday! Children created sock puppets , and intertwined the weekly curriculum summer theme of ” Skiing/Mountains” into their storytelling! We loved their creativity! Great job explorers!
This week we were able to see the acrobatic work of some amazing kids! The Dallas Cirque did a great job including the audience in their performance. They got us out of our chairs dancing and moving all around. All the children from Oak Brook were simply in awe as they watched the show. Thank you Dallas Cirque for a terrific day. tched the
The cutest foot prints we have ever seen and we are not Lion! Ms. Michele has used her creativity in helping our babies participate in Safari week.
This week our “Explorers” went on a Safari adventure to see lions and tigers at In Sync Exotics in Wylie. Although a little warm outside, the kids really had a good time. In Sync Exotics is a non profit BIG Cat rehabilitation and rescue facility. The oldest lion was 22 years old ( lions only live about 18 years in the wild)! These folks
Our kids were entertained by a local magician at the school. Rick Morrill who has been entertaining kids for 20 years had a plethora of magic tricks up his sleeve to keep the kids engaged. His show was interactive and kid-friendly. Thank you Rick for stopping by!
For over a century, scholars have recognized that summer vacation is a period when students’ rate of academic development declines relative to the school year. If not actively reading, writing, children lose academic skills during the summer months. Statistics show students generally lose about 2 months of reading achievement. During the summer months, all children are at risk of losing some of the learning
ALLEN, Texas – May 30, 2017 – PRLog — In order to better meet the needs of the local community’s demand for quality traditional early childhood education, Oak Brook School in Allen (formerly Greenville Montessori School) will transition over to a traditional education learning center on June 15th. Oak Brook School Allen will be modeled after the highly successful Murphy location which was voted
Oak Brook School, Murphy which opened in 2001 and is a leading provider of excellent child care in the Murphy/Wylie area, and are now opening their second location in Allen (right off Greenville and Exchange). The vision for the second location is to bring the same level of nurturing, dedication and education that is provided to the families in Murphy. The school in Murphy