Saint Michael Episcopal School is pleased to offer a series of parenting events to partner with you as we SHAPE our children in service, education, love and faith.
March 24, 9:00 AM
Don't Mom Alone
Calling all SMES moms! Join us in welcoming Heather MacFadyen from the Don't Mom Alone podcast as she speaks to parenting our toddlers, twos and preschoolers.
PAST SHAPE EVENTS:
Sept. 23 & 24
Kimochis: Our Preschool and Kinder SEL
Dr. Matthew Housson and Eve Wiley in a presented a special program geared towards our PreK 3 - Kindergarten parents about our Social Emotional Learning Curriculum.
Oct. 21 & 22
Baby Doll Circle Time: Our Toddlers & Twos SEL
Katie Balderston led a presentation to learn more about our Social Emotional Learning Curriculum for our youngest students.
January 8 & 9
Classroom Offerings Informational Session at SME
Administration presented an informational session about the various preschool offerings at SMES, the curriculum offered in each and their respective schedules.
Saint Michael Episcopal School was thrilled to join with Good Shepherd Episcopal School, The daVinci School, Westminster Preschool and Kindergarten, Wesley Prep and Incarnation Academy to welcome the renowned educator and New York Times bestselling author, Dr. Michael Gurian.
After a day of training with 150 educators from participating schools, teachers left equipped to see their classrooms and curriculums through a gender lens and with a better understanding of the brains of boys and girls.
In a night tailored to parents of children of all ages, Dr. Gurian explored the topic of how the minds of boys and girls develop distinctly and his keynote brought to life how a child's learning mind grows. His work is based on 30 years of research in brain science, education and practical parenting to support the unique needs of both our daughters and our sons.
In addition to his work authoring 32 books published in 23 languages, Dr. Gurian is featured weekly on his podcast, The Wonder of Parenting. In each episode, he and Rev. Tim Wright break down research on the brain and it’s intricate functions and helps bring to life the strategies necessary to nurture the nature of our children.