Confident, Resilient, Middle Schoolers: PRICELESS!by: John FixxHead of Schoolrelishing the joy, exploration and laughter of childhood. Ourprogram is specifically designed to counter students anxietyand worries and seeks to make stress a positiveWhy pay tuition for a Middle School education?Because your child is likely to love school and thereforeapply themselves academically with more verve. TheMiddle School years are a critical time for students tounderstand that teachers are their allies and to takeresponsibility for their learning. At The Country Schoolteachers tend to the social and emotional growth of studentsthrough opportunities for leadership, outdoor education, andglobal community serviceHow does a school turn stress into a positive feeling?Every day students enjoy two recesses, and walking outsideon our campus between classes allows for additional freshair and social moments to clear their heads. Country Schooleachers are experts on Middle School development andsupport students in navigating peer relationships. Ourtechnology program addresses head-on the complexities anddangers of social media, and the Middle School technologyteachers engage students and parents in frank conversationsabout internet safety.How will my child be different if I invest in a MiddleCountry School students buck statistical trends andpartake in far less risk-taking behavior than typical.School education?Why inShe or he will be confident, care deeply about educationand be well-prepared for high school and college. Knowingeach student fully, teachers set the bar high academicallyand students get involved in far more activities than theyever imagined: all students participate in team sports, theperforming arts and the visual arts. These experiences createrusting (and lasting) relationships between teachers andstudentsin a Middle School Education?Who influences your child?For our families, the tuition is an investment not only ina lifetime of leaning but in parental peace of mind. Weoften hear it said that the first tuition check is the hardestIf you are doing your job as parents, your child is becomingmore independent and is beginning to pull away. MiddleSchoolers still nced approval but they are beginning to seekit elsewhere. The peer group is becoming a bigger influenceDuring the Middle School years, brain development isoccurring at a rapid pace and students are experiencingphysiological, as well as social changes. Leadership is ahuge component of our program and we want our studentsto collaborate, be kind, and bring the quieter voices forwardAt The Country School, the low teacher-student ratio allowsstudents easy and frequent access to adults. They look totheir teachers for approval as much as to their peers. Theirtrusting relationships with their teachers are partly whyto write. Once students are here and thriving, however.the value is beyond disputeHow can a school best support Middle Schoolers as theyconfront current day stresses?The Country School341 Opening Hill Road, MadisonPreSchool Grade 8 203.421.3113thecountryschool.orgIn addition to the age-old struggles of fitting in, peerpressure and succeeding academically, today's pre-teensmust deal with social media and fears about gun violenceand personal safety. Students confront rigor while still Confident, Resilient, Middle Schoolers: PRICELESS! by: John Fixx Head of School relishing the joy, exploration and laughter of childhood. Our program is specifically designed to counter students anxiety and worries and seeks to make stress a positive Why pay tuition for a Middle School education? Because your child is likely to love school and therefore apply themselves academically with more verve. The Middle School years are a critical time for students to understand that teachers are their allies and to take responsibility for their learning. At The Country School teachers tend to the social and emotional growth of students through opportunities for leadership, outdoor education, and global community service How does a school turn stress into a positive feeling? Every day students enjoy two recesses, and walking outside on our campus between classes allows for additional fresh air and social moments to clear their heads. Country School eachers are experts on Middle School development and support students in navigating peer relationships. Our technology program addresses head-on the complexities and dangers of social media, and the Middle School technology teachers engage students and parents in frank conversations about internet safety. How will my child be different if I invest in a Middle Country School students buck statistical trends and partake in far less risk-taking behavior than typical. School education? Why in She or he will be confident, care deeply about education and be well-prepared for high school and college. Knowing each student fully, teachers set the bar high academically and students get involved in far more activities than they ever imagined: all students participate in team sports, the performing arts and the visual arts. These experiences create rusting (and lasting) relationships between teachers and students in a Middle School Education? Who influences your child? For our families, the tuition is an investment not only in a lifetime of leaning but in parental peace of mind. We often hear it said that the first tuition check is the hardest If you are doing your job as parents, your child is becoming more independent and is beginning to pull away. Middle Schoolers still nced approval but they are beginning to seek it elsewhere. The peer group is becoming a bigger influence During the Middle School years, brain development is occurring at a rapid pace and students are experiencing physiological, as well as social changes. Leadership is a huge component of our program and we want our students to collaborate, be kind, and bring the quieter voices forward At The Country School, the low teacher-student ratio allows students easy and frequent access to adults. They look to their teachers for approval as much as to their peers. Their trusting relationships with their teachers are partly why to write. Once students are here and thriving, however. the value is beyond dispute How can a school best support Middle Schoolers as they confront current day stresses? The Country School 341 Opening Hill Road, Madison PreSchool Grade 8 203.421.3113 thecountryschool.org In addition to the age-old struggles of fitting in, peer pressure and succeeding academically, today's pre-teens must deal with social media and fears about gun violence and personal safety. Students confront rigor while still

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Confident, Resilient, Middle Schoolers: PRICELESS! by: John Fixx Head of School relishing the joy, exploration and laughter of childhood. Our program is specifically designed to counter students anxiety and worries and seeks to make stress a positive Why pay tuition for a Middle School education? Because your child is likely to love school and therefore apply themselves academically with more verve. The Middle School years are a critical time for students to understand that teachers are their allies and to take responsibility for their learning. At The Country School teachers tend to the social and emotional growth of students through opportunities for leadership, outdoor education, and global community service How does a school turn stress into a positive feeling? Every day students enjoy two recesses, and walking outside on our campus between classes allows for additional fresh air and social moments to clear their heads. Country School eachers are experts on Middle School development and support students in navigating peer relationships. Our technology program addresses head-on the complexities and dangers of social media, and the Middle School technology teachers engage students and parents in frank conversations about internet safety. How will my child be different if I invest in a Middle Country School students buck statistical trends and partake in far less risk-taking behavior than typical. School education? Why in She or he will be confident, care deeply about education and be well-prepared for high school and college. Knowing each student fully, teachers set the bar high academically and students get involved in far more activities than they ever imagined: all students participate in team sports, the performing arts and the visual arts. These experiences create rusting (and lasting) relationships between teachers and students in a Middle School Education? Who influences your child? For our families, the tuition is an investment not only in a lifetime of leaning but in parental peace of mind. We often hear it said that the first tuition check is the hardest If you are doing your job as parents, your child is becoming more independent and is beginning to pull away. Middle Schoolers still nced approval but they are beginning to seek it elsewhere. The peer group is becoming a bigger influence During the Middle School years, brain development is occurring at a rapid pace and students are experiencing physiological, as well as social changes. Leadership is a huge component of our program and we want our students to collaborate, be kind, and bring the quieter voices forward At The Country School, the low teacher-student ratio allows students easy and frequent access to adults. They look to their teachers for approval as much as to their peers. Their trusting relationships with their teachers are partly why to write. Once students are here and thriving, however. the value is beyond dispute How can a school best support Middle Schoolers as they confront current day stresses? The Country School 341 Opening Hill Road, Madison PreSchool Grade 8 203.421.3113 thecountryschool.org In addition to the age-old struggles of fitting in, peer pressure and succeeding academically, today's pre-teens must deal with social media and fears about gun violence and personal safety. Students confront rigor while still Confident, Resilient, Middle Schoolers: PRICELESS! by: John Fixx Head of School relishing the joy, exploration and laughter of childhood. Our program is specifically designed to counter students anxiety and worries and seeks to make stress a positive Why pay tuition for a Middle School education? Because your child is likely to love school and therefore apply themselves academically with more verve. The Middle School years are a critical time for students to understand that teachers are their allies and to take responsibility for their learning. At The Country School teachers tend to the social and emotional growth of students through opportunities for leadership, outdoor education, and global community service How does a school turn stress into a positive feeling? Every day students enjoy two recesses, and walking outside on our campus between classes allows for additional fresh air and social moments to clear their heads. Country School eachers are experts on Middle School development and support students in navigating peer relationships. Our technology program addresses head-on the complexities and dangers of social media, and the Middle School technology teachers engage students and parents in frank conversations about internet safety. How will my child be different if I invest in a Middle Country School students buck statistical trends and partake in far less risk-taking behavior than typical. School education? Why in She or he will be confident, care deeply about education and be well-prepared for high school and college. Knowing each student fully, teachers set the bar high academically and students get involved in far more activities than they ever imagined: all students participate in team sports, the performing arts and the visual arts. These experiences create rusting (and lasting) relationships between teachers and students in a Middle School Education? Who influences your child? For our families, the tuition is an investment not only in a lifetime of leaning but in parental peace of mind. We often hear it said that the first tuition check is the hardest If you are doing your job as parents, your child is becoming more independent and is beginning to pull away. Middle Schoolers still nced approval but they are beginning to seek it elsewhere. The peer group is becoming a bigger influence During the Middle School years, brain development is occurring at a rapid pace and students are experiencing physiological, as well as social changes. Leadership is a huge component of our program and we want our students to collaborate, be kind, and bring the quieter voices forward At The Country School, the low teacher-student ratio allows students easy and frequent access to adults. They look to their teachers for approval as much as to their peers. Their trusting relationships with their teachers are partly why to write. Once students are here and thriving, however. the value is beyond dispute How can a school best support Middle Schoolers as they confront current day stresses? The Country School 341 Opening Hill Road, Madison PreSchool Grade 8 203.421.3113 thecountryschool.org In addition to the age-old struggles of fitting in, peer pressure and succeeding academically, today's pre-teens must deal with social media and fears about gun violence and personal safety. Students confront rigor while still