Free Early Reading Screenings: A Community Outreach Initiative

Free Early Reading Screenings: A Community Outreach Initiative

The Learning Center at The Lexington School is pleased to announce free early reading screenings to children in grades Kindergarten through third grade. Free and open to the public. The screenings take approximately 45 minutes to one hour. Parents will leave with feedback, as well as recommendations, for home and the classroom. This is a […]

“Passing the Dad Test,” A September Heads Letter by Chuck Baldecchi

“Passing the Dad Test,” A September Heads Letter by Chuck Baldecchi

I have spent the summer thinking about whether there is a difference between a child jumping off a pier into the water for the first time and giving your teenager keys to a car. I can argue both sides. I remember when they were babies. I remember that first step. I remember their first day […]

“Pass on a Good Word”: A Heads Letter by Chuck Baldecchi

“Pass on a Good Word”: A Heads Letter by Chuck Baldecchi

Do you remember your first real job interview? Was it for a summer internship or during the spring of your senior year in college? Who helped you get that interview? Did a family friend pass your resume onto the right person? Connections are an important part of any job search, especially that first one. I […]

Managing Screen Time: Lessons from “Screenagers”

Managing Screen Time: Lessons from “Screenagers”

EYES WIDE OPEN. That’s the parent-school partnership mantra. Sometimes it can be uncomfortable because parenting is difficult, but working together is in the best interest of our children and our community as a whole. That’s why The Lexington School Parent Association sponsored the film “Screenagers.” The topic of screen time is an important one that […]