Our Schenck School librarians recommend this holiday gift guide list from Reading Rockets for book selections for young readers. Happy shopping... and reading!
Build a solid educational foundation for students with dyslexia
and develop their rich potential.
Thank you for your interest in The Schenck School. We look forward to working with you and your family throughout the admissions process.
Dyslexia is a language-based learning difference. It affects the organization in the brain that controls the ability to process the way language is...
While at The Schenck School, students learn to advocate for themselves and to celebrate their dyslexia. They view themselves as smart, independent learners capable of great things.
There is new artwork on display in the Childress Family Gallery!
Some of the most popular offerings at the Gala are the "mini wine cellars" of specially-grouped wines donated by parents. If you missed carpool collection days on November 29 and 30 and still want to donate a bottle, contact one of the Wine Cellar Chairs, Jennifer Godfrey or Amanda Love.
On Friday, December 7, join Dr. Anna Moore as she explores Helicoptering vs. Helping. If a skinned knee is a blessing, can we still hand out Band-Aids? This event will be in the Fuqua Family Dining Hall from 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided! Please be sure to RSVP.
The winter session of Phoenix Fun After-School Activities runs through Friday, February 22. There is space available, so you can still register if your child is interested. This session includes returning favorites and exciting new offerings. Find details and the registration link on the website.
Volunteers are needed to help with the Auction & Gala. This is a short-term time commitment during December, January, and February with a large pay-off for the School! No prior experience is needed; our team will tell you everything you need to know. If you are interested, please contact Auction & Gala coordinator Karen Altman.
Day of Giving is a day when students, faculty, and staff work together to make grade-level projects for non-profit organizations. Some grades will need assistance prepping their projects. Room parents will coordinate volunteers if needed.