The Cooper School is a private, independent, non-sectarian school that values the participation of families from diverse backgrounds. The Cooper School offers an exceptional holistic education for children grades K-5.
Mission: The Cooper School supports the development of the whole child through an integrated curriculum that balances academic, physical, artistic, emotional, and spiritual endeavors. We provide an education that respects the unique qualities of each child and encourages a passion for learning throughout a lifetime. The Cooper School fosters the ability to think with clarity, to create with imagination, and to feel with compassion. Our learning community offers an opportunity for students to grow in their ability to know and nurture the self, understand and care for others and the environment, and to act with purpose, service, and social responsibility in the world.
Operating as usual
3rd Graders made creative cards and sent them off to our Navy sailors who are overseas. They love learning more about those who serve our country. We thank you for your service!
Kindergarteners are PUMPED to start their next Science unit...Buildings!!! Some chose to kick off the study by building a structure of their own.
Second Graders are working on creating Inuksuk stone sculptures and igloos out of sugar cubes!
1st Graders are learning about the habits of good readers this week. Happy reading!
Nice costume Miss Heath...and thank you for keeping us safe and healthy here at school!
Third Graders put their nonfiction reading skills to good use today in our researching center where they discovered amazing facts about different animals!
Are you "All In" for Cooper this year? We are! Please help us reach our Annual Fund goal that bridges the gap between tuition revenue and operating expenses. To give today, click on the following link: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M6J2JTVB3PW48.
We thank all of our supporters!
Second Graders are learning about different types of Inuit art. Here they are learning about carvings made out of soapstone!
Today, we are reflecting on the tremendous growth we have already seen this year in our Kindergarten classroom. This picture was taken of some current Kindergarteners when they visited The Cooper School in February. These little ones continue to amaze us daily!
First Graders used linking cubes to create subtraction number sentences. Math is fun!
Mama shark gets things done 🦈
Middle School students had a “Thriller” time carving and painting pumpkins, telling spooky stories, walking in a Halloween fashion show, breaking out of a spooky escape room, competing against each other in Halloween trivia, and watching The Addams Family. It was a jammed-packed monster mash!
Happy Halloween from TCS!
Since TCS is currently closed to outside visitors while students are on campus, these tours will be on Saturday, November 14th and Saturday, December 5th. We will be hosting two families per time slot, and all participants will be required to wear a mask. To sign up, please click on the following link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A054FABAD2AA1FB6-saturday
3rd Grade is gearing up for Halloween by spelling with slime. Happy Centers Day!
Second Graders are getting excited for Halloween! They were given a variety of “scary” books to read in SSR this week.
First Graders created insect masks during Centers as part of their Insect Study. They will be added to their Insect Museum!
6th Grade students completed their Module One Assessment today, and the 5th Grade students practiced distance learning. Everyone did a great job!
Fourth Graders created a wonder wall at the beginning of our Ancient Civilizations unit. This wall is compiled of wonders they wanted to solve about Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece. They have answered almost all of the questions on the Egyptian wonder wall and are beginning to investigate Ancient Greece!
Third Graders learned that nonfiction writing comes in all forms and created their own travel brochures today!
Second Graders had a blast playing the game Roll to 100 with their math partners. Working on exchanging for ten has never been so fun!
Kindergarteners may not be able to take their annual trip to the pumpkin patch this year, but they have a mini patch of their own!
First Grade scholars take a closer look at their ant farm while they study insects!
We are going “All in for Cooper” this year! We hope that you will consider supporting our biggest event of the school year, the Annual Fund. This is the cornerstone of our fundraising efforts!
To give today, click here: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M6J2JTVB3PW48 or contact Amanda Brodbeck, Director of School Advancement, [email protected].
We appreciate your generosity and support!
Fourth graders recently finished the book “Literally: Amazing Words and Where They Come From” by Patrick Skipworth and Nicholas Stevenson. As a class, they learned that the original meaning of the word ‘ukulele’ was “jumping fleas” in Hawaii. This is because the noises that the ukulele makes sound like fleas jumping on the strings!
Third Grade waters their new classroom plants!
Second Graders got busy writing nonfiction books. Areas of expertise include football, Lego, fishing, and bats!
Kindergarteners activated a new Reading Superpower today: snap word power! They practiced learning new snap words and then celebrated by searching for these high frequency words with their stuffed reading partners!
First Graders get creative playing tic tac toe with their “window” partners!
Fourth Grade Egyptologists recreated the Nile River this week in Social Studies. To model the Nile, scholars mixed potting soil with grass seed. They added a river bed to flood with water creating a rich, fertile soil for the growing season, often known as “peret” in ancient Egypt.
3rd Grade paints trees using pointillism which is a painting technique in which small, distinct dots of color are applied in patterns to form an image. What fun!
Kindergarteners celebrated wrapping up their very first reading unit with a book parade through our school’s backyard! We are readers! Hooray!
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