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Reach gets mention in National Post

Sarah Boesveld interviewed several families about unschooling, and of course, Reach Sudbury School came up. http://www.nationalpost.com/todays-paper/textbook+education/4855114/story.html Some of the description is here: “A new ‘unschooling school’ is slated to open in Toronto this fall, a private learning centre… [which will … Continue reading

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Reach gets mention in National Post

Sarah Boesveld interviewed several families about unschooling, and of course, Reach Sudbury School came up. http://www.nationalpost.com/todays-paper/textbook+education/4855114/story.html Some of the description is here: “A new ‘unschooling school’ is slated to open in Toronto this fall, a private learning centre… [which will be] an alternative for parents who can’t be at home to facilite their children’s learning… […]

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Reach gets mention in National Post

Sarah Boesveld interviewed several families about unschooling, and of course, Reach Sudbury School came up. http://www.nationalpost.com/todays-paper/textbook+education/4855114/story.html Some of the description is here: “A new ‘unschooling school’ is slated to open in Toronto this fall, a private learning centre… [which will be] an alternative for parents who can’t be at home to facilite their children’s learning… […]

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Reach gets mention in National Post

Sarah Boesveld interviewed several families about unschooling, and of course, Reach Sudbury School came up. http://www.nationalpost.com/todays-paper/textbook+education/4855114/story.html Some of the description is here: “A new ‘unschooling school’ is slated to open in Toronto this fall, a private learning centre… [which will be] an alternative for parents who can’t be at home to facilite their children’s learning… […]

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Reach gets mention in National Post

Sarah Boesveld interviewed several families about unschooling, and of course, Reach Sudbury School came up. http://www.nationalpost.com/todays-paper/textbook+education/4855114/story.html Some of the description is here: “A new ‘unschooling school’ is slated to open in Toronto this fall, a private learning centre… [which will be] an alternative for parents who can’t be at home to facilite their children’s learning… […]

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Information Night, April 20, 2011

Our next Information Night will be on: Date: April 20, 2011 Time: 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. Topic: Problem solving through the Judicial Committee Location: 400 Walmer Rd., West Tower, Party Salon, 2nd fl. TTC directions from St Clair West Station: http://tiny.cc/x2tyy

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Information Night, March 22, 2011

Becoming a Sudbury Student, becoming a Sudbury Family What does it take to become a Sudbury student? How can your family support your educational journey? What changes can you expect as you embark on your Sudbury experience? Discuss these ideas with people who successfully made the transition from homeschooling or traditional schooling to Sudbury education. Date: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 Time: [...]

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Discussion Meeting on Curriculum

There were 16 of us at the last general discussion meeting. Some new faces (welcome), some who attended before (welcome back). A lot of the discussion revolved around the question what what curriculum is. Most of us — and the general public — initially think of curriculum as a set of information that one needs to know. Teachers talk [...]

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Building a community at Reach

Thirteen people interested specifically in Reach Sudbury School met to discuss the current status of the school and to ask questions about school policies. We talked about the kinds of students we thought would be appropriate for the school, attendance policies, School Meeting, Judicial Committee, what we’re looking for in a site. I [...]

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Daily Life at Reach

It is hard to describe what a typical day at Reach will be as every day is different at this type of school, and each student has a unique school experience. For some students the day is free-flowing; others like to schedule themselves or participate in more organized activities. Without bells enforcing changes in [...]

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