The Castlewood School
Castlewood Community Happenings
Respect For All Week 2021 (Feb. 5 - Feb. 11)
Families have access to additional RFA Week activities & resources via Castlewood's "Family First" Google Classroom
Favorite Animal Spirit Week
Show your school spirit the week of February 22nd by dressing up as your favorite animal (wear hats, socks, t-shirts, ears, or tails each day of the week)!
Each day you will also be voting for your favorite animal via a google form (more info to follow).
Virtual Recycled Art Night
February 23rd at 7:00 PM
You will have a choice of making a Puffer Fish, a Penguin, or a Hot Air Balloon. All projects can be made with objects found in your home. Be on the lookout for more information to follow.
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At Castlewood, we strive to meet the needs of our students and ensure that our unique and diverse population has strong academic opportunities. We do this by assuming a multi -faceted approach to learning and through the development of advanced literacy skills to prepare our students for life in the 21st Century.
In order to support all students, Castlewood will bolster instruction in all classrooms and ensure that every student acquires, and every parent/guardian understands, advanced literacy skills by creating equitable learning opportunities for culturally and linguistically diverse students. We will provide a welcoming and affirming environment, high expectations, rigorous instruction, inclusive curricula, and assessments through ongoing professional learning and support as well as family engagement opportunities.