Jay’s dad, a science teacher, visited Mrs. Williams class last week to teach the children about Oobleck! “Bartholomew and the Oobleck” is the name of a Dr. Seuss book. The OObleck mentioned in the book is a non-Newtonian fluid made out of cornstarch and water that behaves like a liquid until pressure is applied, then it acts like a solid. The kids had a blast playing with it! So did the adults! Thank you for the fun visit!
There is nowhere I would rather my daughter be than CNS. My 4.5 year old daughter Kayla, a once hesitant leg-hugger, has slowly morphed into an active participant who adores school, her teachers, and her peers. This transition in Kayla is due to the wonderful guidance of Kayla’s teachers, who challenge her while also allowing her to develop at her own pace. The school treats my daughter like family, and they have instilled a love for learning in Kayla that is crucial in her formative years. I am so thankful to CNS for all they do to nurture my daughter into the student she is capable of being. I could not give CNS a higher recommendation. THANK YOU!!!!