|Cold Spring Harbor Labs Visits East Woods|
On Thursday, June 2nd Frank O'Keefe, East Woods parent and CEO of Infinitree, and Raffaella Sordello, Assistant Professor at the Cold Spring Harbor Labs paid a visit to our Upper School students.
|East Woods Open House Saturday|
East Woods Open House Saturday
A morning of classes for kids of all ages!
Saturday, February 6th
Mommy and Me Music (Ages 1-3)
Crafty Kids (Ages 2-4)
Tiny Tots Ballet with Ovations (Ages 2-4)
Story Board Time (Ages 3-5)
Readers Theater (Ages 5 -10)
Fun with Physics (Ages 5-12)
Animal Adaptation Lab (3rd-5th grades)
STEAM Lab with ALPs (3rd grade to 5th grade)
French with Madame Tawaji (open to all)
Reservations are required in advance for planning purposes.
Availability varies by class.
Tours of East Woods will be offered to parents while the children are in class.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a class.
|Cinderella Kids comes to EWS|
Join us on Friday, January 29th at 6:00pm and on Saturday, January 30th at 11:00am for an EWS Ovations presentation of Cinderella Kids!
|EWS Faculty and Staff Prepare for the Opening of School |
The faculty and staff have been hard at work getting school ready for the 1st day! We look forward to seeing everyone at Orientation and the Opportunity Fair on Tuesday, September 8th at 9:30 am. Come and sign up for after school activities, see your classrooms, meet your teachers, and stay for the ice cream social!
|Inside the EWS Science Labs|
As a "STEAM" school (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics), East Woods is a school where advanced learning opportunities abound. The robust and accelerated science program at East Woods ensures that all of our students - from Nursery through 8th grade - have access to our state-of-the-art science labs on a regular basis.
|New York Times Columnist Jessica Lahey visit EWS|
East Woods School hosted our first "East Woods Forum" of the school year on the evening of Thursday, November 13th with our featured guest speaker Jessica Lahey. Jessica Lahey is a teacher and a contributor to the New York Times and the Atlantic, and has a forthcoming book from Harper Collins titled The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed.