ANNELIESE SCHOOLS ANNOUNCES WENDY BANA HAS JOINED THE ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM AS HEAD OF SCHOOL FOR THE WILLOWBROOK CAMPUS
Laguna Beach, Calif. (September 29, 2021) – Anneliese Schools, an award-winning private institution dedicated to providing unique educational opportunities for nursery school through 6th grade, today announced Wendy Bana, Ph.D. has returned as Head of School of the Willowbrook Campus. Bana returns to Anneliese Schools with a wealth of experience as an educator and administrator. In her previous position as Head of School for LePort Schools in Irvine, she directed all faculty and administrative staff throughout academic services
Laguna Beach, Calif. (August 25, 2021) – Anneliese Schools, an award-winning private institution dedicated to providing unique educational opportunities for nursery school through 6th grade, is spearheading out-of-the-box, hands-on learning through the creation of their Urban Farms Program. Anneliese Schools’ urban farm named Rebel Mountain sprawls across an acre of land in Claremont, Calif. The farm’s proximity to the school has allowed Anneliese to expand their already established environmental studies program further, and the sheer amount of organic fruits
Laguna Beach, Calif. (July 27, 2021) – Anneliese Schools, an award-winning private institution dedicated to providing unique educational opportunities for nursery school through 6th grade, today announced the success of their curated pop-up shop with plans for more locations. Anneliese schools pop-up shop located at 1816 Pacific Coast Highway, Laguna beach, Calif. is open to the public offering organic produce, textiles, apothecary, homemade meals, upscale pantry items, along with many other self care and wellness products. Glassware, pottery, books,
A quick YouTube search will turn up countless adorable videos of dogs, cats, and other animals of all shapes and sizes having interactions with children that are equal parts interesting, funny, and adorable. However, in recent years there has been an increase in interest regarding the child and animal relationship among the science and education communities. More and more educators and researchers are beginning to examine this wonderful phenomenon with the view of how this connection could benefit
Students in Ms. Shannon’s K1 class at our Aliso campus enjoyed their fourth week of the school year with plenty of activities to build development and classroom relationships. Ms. Shannon reports that her students worked on strengthening their fine motor skills and practiced writing and letters. They also participated in a fun literacy activity where the students had to match their friends’ photos to their names. A highlight of the week was when Ms. Shannon’s students tried out their new
Students in Ms. Rocio’s K1 class at our Aliso campus recently explored the letter B through writing and a sensory activity. The children made a bubble solution and had fun with their creations that reflected their letter of the week. Once they completed their sensory activity, the students each practiced writing the word “bubbles” out on the board in the classroom. The word “bubbles” has plenty of lowercase b’s for perfecting the motion in their handwriting practice!