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It’s OK to live in the moment…

Written by our 3s Teacher, April Green Most of you will probably not know that I used to be a perfectionist.  Everything was in its place everyday or I would take the time to make sure it was there by the end of the day. No stacks of mail lying around, […]

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Cooking With Kindergarteners

This post was written by Trudy Troy, our Kindergarten Assistant. Mrs. Troy cooks with our Red Apple Kindergarteners every Thursday, so we asked her to write a blog and share some of her secrets! Cooking with Kindergarteners!   Yes I know how you might feel.  That sentence can cause a feeling […]

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Incorporating Music and Movement Into Daily Life

Written By Michelle Bradberry and Kerry Wilson, Red Apple Music and Movement Teachers Our Music and Movement class at Red Apple School is a fun weekly experience that allows the students to be introduced to various songs, music concepts, instrument families, and new ways to move their bodies. We aim […]

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No TV Tuesdays

Written By Laura Pomrenke, Red Apple School’s Spanish Teacher I could easily live without a TV. Really, I could. I’m not saying I want to live on an uninhabited island without any modern conveniences, but I could live without a television. We (my husband and I) are not really “into” […]

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Children In Church

Marian Hamre retired from Red Apple School this year after serving as the Director since 1994. She was so kind to write this blog and share her ideas about taking children to Worship Service. When do we start bringing children to the Worship Service? There is no set age or time […]

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Like many parents my wife and I struggled with the decision to send our kids to Kindergarten or to hold them back and let them grow, both mentally and physically, for another year. The PreK II class that Red Apple offered was the perfect solution. Both of our boys were able to use this program to transition into Kindergarten and entered elementary school very well prepared. We could not have been more pleased with the decision that we made.

- Kyle - former Red Apple parent

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