"I firmly believe that my students have a running life of their own too; they just don't know it yet....a need to pursue something that helps them find their physical and emotional health connection and well-being; a part of their life that helps them gain confidence and foster friendship, affords them time for reflection and restoration, challenges them, and provides them with opportunities to both fail and succeed."
CFS students are integrating the visual and performing arts in conjunction with the Nasher Museum's Joan Miro exhibit.
At the end of October our students spent time in the Meeting Room listening to Sue (our Head Teacher) tell a story about the history of our Quaker Meeting House and our Early School. To the children's surprise, they learned their teacher Hallie attended preschool in the lower level of the Meeting House.
CFS was founded as a racially integrated school in 1964. As part of our ongoing efforts to be as inclusive and welcoming a community as possible, please join us to hear Tim Wise on Monday November 10th.
See facilities and student horizons expanding right before your eyes!