Kids and adults alike are spending more and more time stuck in stale offices and classrooms, trying to keep up with a fast paced, technology driven lifestyle.  In the past 20 years, the average amount of time spent in the classroom and office has increased by 2 hours per day.  This isn’t helping …

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In celebration of Valentine's Day, we went to Friendly's just before our winter break. To prepare for this fun event, we spent time earlier in the week discussing our trip and brainstorming about healthy choices.  As a class, we agreed to drink water at Friendly's instead of soda or lemonade because we wanted dessert too!
 
Part of our Social Studies curriculum in Room 149 focuses on the culture, geography, and history of Boston. Recently, our class went on a field trip with the Duck Tours of Boston. The students learned many facts about the Charles River, as well as the history of Boston. The weather was perfect and the students …

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As a high school teacher in the Pathfinder Program I have the opportunity to watch my students grow and meet social and academic challenges. The League School provides a team of teachers that collaborate and work towards finding ways to interest students in the curriculum and build 21st century skills. The students amaze me by …

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The teachers of 153 are driven to increase the emotional regulation strategies implemented in the classroom. Ideally, the goal is to give the students the ability to utilize various approaches in order to keep themselves regulated throughout the day. Our vision is that these strategies will be easily accessible for our students to use them …

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As the speech-language pathologist for the Transition team at League School, I have had opportunity to work with families and discuss options for post-graduation plans for the past six years. Many families inquire about competitive employment opportunities, and after our students turn 22, these families are left with little assistance in finding these openings. Autism …

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