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Posted by Sissy Witte, Primary Department Head on Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Fay Tips on avoiding summer learning loss
The summer months are a great time for reset, rest, and fun. A time to re-energizing after an engaged and productive school year. Your child learned and grew both physically and academically. While your child will continue to grow over summer with proper nutrition and rest,  there is a good chance... Read More
Posted by Allison Teare, Director of Enrollment on Monday, June 24, 2019
Private vs. Public School The Fay School
As a parent, you may find yourself asking this question: “Do I send my child to a public or private school?” This question can be quite a simple question, while on the other hand a rather complex one. To help you determine which type of school makes sense for your family, it is helpful to start... Read More
Posted by Laura Dols, Director of Advancement on Monday, June 3, 2019
Class of 2019
During the Fifth Grade graduation video shoot, students were asked to share a farewell message to Fay. A current Fifth Grader’s message stated, “Fay is the first school I will ever call home.” Fay will forever be a home to our former students and their families. As Fay continues to amplify our... Read More
Posted by Katie Laird, Guest Blog Author and Account Director at The Black Sheep Agency on Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Digital Wellness Tips for Families
As parents and educators, nurturing our children’s physical and mental health is a no-brainer. We understand what check-up appointments to schedule, how to nourish their bodies and what warning signs to look for, but how recently have you really paid attention to digital wellness?  Lead an... Read More
Posted by Allison Teare, Director of Admissions and Sissy Witte, Principal on Friday, May 3, 2019
Young children are special! They come into this world without a manual, but fortunately for them, they train the adults around them to speak their language early on. As children grow from early childhood into school age, they have picked up many clues about the world around them. So, when they... Read More

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