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Main Street School's Dr. Seuss Lunch
Dr. Seuss theme for Open Circle lunch at Main Street School in Exeter

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No matter what your role in your school or community, you are critical to the social and emotional development of children. We appreciate all that you do and we wish you a relaxing, rejuvenating summer.

 

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Main Street School Celebrates Students at Open Circle Lunches

By Meredith Shaw
Open Circle Trainer & Coach 
 
How do we guide children to carry over Open Circle skills outside of the classroom to areas where they are most in need -- the cafeteria, playground, and hallways? New Hampshire's Main Street School, a Pre-K to Grade 2 elementary school nestled in downtown Exeter, has found a way to help increase students' use of Open Circle skills. 

Summer Book-Bag: Stories That Spotlight Social and Emotional Themes


By Peg Sawyer
Open Circle Trainer & Coach


Shifting alliances - overwhelming emotions - challenging life-circumstances - comforting friendships - self-discovery - acts of courage: These are some of the themes in this list -- books that are worth spending time with this summer.



Fourth Grader Highlights Open Circle in Winning Essay


 

Swasey Central School fourth-grader Ada Brown won the Weekly Reader National Writing Contest, "The Greatest Teacher Ever!" in the Elementary Level category. Ada wrote an essay about her teacher, Robert Schroeder, noting how much she had learned from him through Open Circle.

 

Ada's essay is published on the Weekly Reader Website.  

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