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Take a look at the Day: Our 2022-2023 schedule

Many of you have been asking about what the day will look like, so here is a first look at where everyone will be hour by hour, class period by class period. We include here also a blank form so that you can print and fill out where YOU will be each moment of the day. This may be a helpful tool for you the first few weeks of class.

If you would be so kind as to take a look, especially at the portions which pertain to you, to make sure we don't have you scheduled twice, we would be so grateful. It was complicated, to say the least, to sort all of this out! We ask for grace as we work out any kinks.

The elementary schedule has much shorter times for each subject, but this chart shows how they roughly translate to the blocks we are using for the upper grades. It is especially important for those of you doing elementary and upper school to chart out where you will be at a given time.

Let us know via email if you notice any flaws! Special thanks to Mrs. Conner for masterminding the schedule. Really, give this woman a hug. Or some chocolate or ice cream. Or a cocktail. She deserves it.

Here is your blank schedule:

Blank LCC schedule 2022-2023
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Last question. What is "Studio" on Tuesday afternoon?

Sep 01, 2022
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"Studio time" means work time that is not directly related to a particular class.

In practice, it mean students can work in their various notebooks--Book of Centuries, Commonplace book, Nature study notebook, etc.

We also hope to teach some folk dances--contras, etc, (maybe the Botsolis can teach a simple Greek one!), as well as work on basic steps of ballroom dances they've learned.

Finally, families are welcome to leave at 2:00 on Tuesdays.


Aug 22, 2022

Yes, that is what Christina meant by "A.F.T.E.R.N.O.O.N. A.C.T.I.V.I.T.I.E.S."! ;)

(The scheduled things between 9 - 12 are generally academic.)

If you look on the CM google doc that lists all the subjects and teachers that we sent a while ago (that CM families have been commenting on), you will see a list of "afternoon activities." The particular activities will vary each day, and will be somewhat child-directed--though not simply. Activities will include: nature walk; work in the nature study book (narrations of observations, brush drawings, and field guide info); singing; folk dancing; handicrafts (clay modeling, origami, knitting, crocheting, sewing, woodworking, etc.); work/ cleaning; etc.

Hope that helps!

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Thanks 😉


Are there afternoon activities planned for the 1st - 3rd and 4th - 6th grades? I only see activities for Tuesdays and Fridays until 12:10

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