April 29, 2017

Integrated Therapies Increase Potential for Learning

An LGS parent recently remarked on her son Alex’s change in behavior: “Tuesday and Wednesday he was emotionally volatile and prone to upset. Today he was really sweet and affectionate.” Why the change? Alex struggled with controlling his emotions and … Continue reading

Alum Spends Spring Break Giving Back to LGS

Collin Leonard (class of 2011) spent time at LGS while on spring break from Marshall University, sharing college experiences and offering tips like “reach out to teachers for help” and “create a schedule for yourself.” He also spent time helping … Continue reading

Friendships Valued Most among LGS Grads

  Twelve incredible young people will soon graduate from Linden Grove School and move on to the next chapter of their lives. Many will attend high school at The Children’s Home of Cincinnati. Others will attend their local public high … Continue reading

Creative Lessons Make Math Easy

Everyone knows the Associative Property of Multiplication, right? You know, the property that states that when multiplying three or more real numbers, the product is always the same regardless of their grouping. LGS students recently learned this pre-algebra concept through … Continue reading

Rain Cloud in a Glass

Students of our K-2 team recently learned about clouds and rain using shaving cream, water and food coloring. The class started with glasses of water to which was added a layer of shaving cream – the water representing the atmosphere … Continue reading

Absolutely Incredible Kids!

It’s Absolutely Incredible Kid Day! Each LGS student is receiving a surprise note from at least one family member as well as a note from Mrs. Tennyson, Head of School. Our younger students had their notes read to them and … Continue reading

Students “See” Germs with Glitter

A recent Health experiment helped students “see” germs – invisible things that can cause them and their friends to get sick. Students were asked to wash their hands with soap and water, then glitter was dumped on their hands. After … Continue reading

Kids First with LGS Students

LGS Applied Skills students recently went on a class outing to Kids First Sports Center on East Kemper Road in Cincinnati. They completed three circuits including trampolines, a foam pit, hopping, rolling and climbing. The students absolutely loved it and … Continue reading

A Lesson in Dining Out

Students from the K-2 team recently had a lesson in dining out with assistance from LGS Speech-Language Pathologist Laura Detzel and Occupational Therapist Abby McKenzie. Students took turns donning an apron and chef’s hat to play the role of waiter. … Continue reading

Geology Lesson for Lunch

Students of the 6-8 team recently made appetizing (?) visuals to increase their understanding of the earth’s multi-layered crust. With the help of Mr. Kennedy and Mr. Loar, students constructed sandwiches from the bottom up with the following layers: paper … Continue reading