December 14, 2017

The Blubber Experiment

Mrs. Bachman’s science students have been learning about the various ways animals are adapted to their natural habitats. Adaptations may be physical like a camel’s humps or a duck’s webbed feet; others may be behavioral such as when an animal … Continue reading

Hunter-Gatherer or Agricultural Settlement?

If you lived in 5000 BC, would you prefer to be a hunter-gatherer or live in an agricultural settlement? This was the question explored by Ms. Ballard’s 6-8 team social studies class. And what tool did they use to consider … Continue reading

Electrons Will Travel

Electrons will travel – given a source and a circuit. That’s what Ms. Sparling’s 4-6 team science students are learning through a series of hands-on activities using batteries, wires, light bulbs, switches and more. An electric circuit is an electric … Continue reading

Hope

You can give HOPE to students with autism and the parents and other family members who love them. Your financial contribution to Linden Grove School will help us maintain small class sizes and implement new research-based programs proven to increase … Continue reading

Helping Individuals with Autism Have a Happy Holiday Season

The holiday season can bring joy – and challenges – for families who have one or more members with autism. The Autism Society offers Twelve Tips for Helping Individuals with Autism Have a Happy Holiday Season. The first few tips … Continue reading

THANKSgiving Feast with Friends

LGS’s Fall Feast is one of the most anticipated events of the year. Held the last school day before Thanksgiving, students are asked to bring in their favorite foods to share with friends and staff. There’s french fries, mac-and-cheese, pizza, … Continue reading

Enthusiasm and Engagement

I thank God for this school every day! I have never dealt with such a kind, compassionate, & POSITIVE, staff. These teachers, therapists, & administrative personnel truly are dedicated to their profession, and I see it among their interactions with … Continue reading

Supports for Success

Our son is on grade level academically, he has grown more confident with his social skills and when his behavior goes awry, all kinds of modifications are made to help get him back on track. —Angie from Loveland, OH   … Continue reading

Building Social Skills with LEGO

It’s Monday morning and in Mrs. Kubachka’s classroom students are gathered in small groups working intently on LEGO™ projects including a drumming monkey and a chomping alligator. Students were organized into groups of three, and each has his or her … Continue reading

Potential

My son started in first grade and is now in the fourth grade. His focus is better. His planning, organization, and following directions have improved significantly. There is a comprehensive approach to each child and if something is not working, … Continue reading