It’s amazing how hard it can be to just...notice. There is always so much to think about, to foresee, to consider, to worry about, to remember, to deliberate upon, to plan for, to fix, that all our attention is so often stolen from us, lost in the ever worrying buzz of our brains. We’re hardwired this way. It’s not bad, necessarily. We use these capacities to protect ourselves, and our children, from danger, to solve problems, to learn, to improve at our jobs.Read More
Education Director and Facilitator Sharon Cook led a Community Coffee conversation on the theory of loose parts and how we employ it at PCS.
School leaders discuss the role of trust- from the perspective of both parents and the school- in education.Read More