The Yadkin Valley Community School will host an open house Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. at 240 Standard St. At the open house, families will be able to meet the staff, explore the classroom and ask questions about educational philosophy. The open house will include refreshments and is free and open to the public.
Enrollment for the 2016-2017 academic year is now open. “We have a few spots open for next year. This open house is a great opportunity for anyone that is interested in the school, or just curious, to come out and see it in person. We are always happy to answer questions,” said Kimberly Seipel-Parks, board president.
This kindergarten through sixth-grade school offers small, multi-age classrooms, a Montessori-inspired curriculum and many hands-on learning opportunities. Students are allowed to move through the curriculum at their own pace and explore areas of their own interests.
The mission of the Yadkin Valley Community School is: To develop a unique educational environment that fosters the whole child by encouraging academic excellence, joy of learning, creativity, curiosity, mindfulness, self-empowerment and community awareness. For more information, visit www.yadkinvalleyschool.org.