We are currently planning and preparing for the 2020-21 school year reopening. Operational blueprints and COVID protocols will be available on the website by August 15, 2020. Please connect through the Contact Us page for more information and follow us on Facebook for updates.
What’s happening in their brain during a big feeling
How to survive the moment, together
Tools for emotion regulation that support resilience
Sensory education: overresponsivity and underresponsivity
Sensory profile spectrum: understanding different sensory needs
Three simple sensory strategies to try at home
The evening is facilitated by Jenifer Trivelli, MSRYT and Bethany DeJarnatt, MOT, OTR/L
Bethany DeJarnatt, MOT, OTR/L Pediatric Occupational Therapist & Certified Kids Yoga Instructor is passionate about educating families on sensory modulation and developing sensory strategies to increase independence for daily activities. Learn more at www.littlechicks.org
Jenifer Trivelli, MS, RYT Social-Emotional Educator, Youth Mindfulness Instructor, & Author/Writer offers her heart-centered blend of digestible neuroscience and practical tools to parents, educators, and kids.
Visit the Young Artists’ Showcase at Bush Barn to view some of our student’s art!
March 6 – April 18, 2020
A.N. Bush Gallery | Bush Barn Art Center
Now in its 11th year, the Young Artists’ Showcase has grown into a highly anticipated event for K-12 students, teachers, and parents in Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties. The exhibit features artwork by hundreds of students at the Bush Barn Art Center.
Great job everyone. And a big thanks to Mrs. Newton!!
On February 28, we held our first Science Expo. What a great success it was! Parents, friends, and community members all came to see the students’ work.
The students, with guidance from Mr. L and Dr. Shelton, presented the experiments they had worked on during the month of February. Students presented on centripetal force, electromagnetism, plant biology, composition of crystals, rising ocean levels, anatomy of marine animals, and others. Great job students!