We teach Habits of Mind: Curiosity, Imagination, Agility, Openness, and Initiative.
In our school community, any individual or group is welcomed, respected, supported, and valued to fully participate.
Our teaching practices are guided by the best available research into how children learn.
Children are naturally full of life, power and confidence.
Children develop best in a community where curiosity, challenges and learning are valued.
Our students develop habits, skills and creativity to make the world a better place.
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Calendar Update: the first day of school is August 19! / Actualización del calendario: ¡el primer día de clases es el 19 de agosto!

Visit our Ready To Learn website to find information on how we will start the school year in light of Covid-19. - Visite nuestro sitio web Ready To Learn para encontrar información sobre cómo comenzaremos el año escolar a la luz de Covid-19.

Coronavirus Response Page - Página de respuesta de coronavirus

CPSC Family Need Request Form. During the ongoing crisis, if your family has a need that you're having trouble filling, please complete this form and we will reach out with the help and guidance we can provide.

Formulario de solicitud de necesidad familiar de la CPSC. Durante la crisis actual, si su familia tiene la necesidad de que tenga problemas para llenarla, complete este formulario y nos comunicaremos con usted con la ayuda y orientación que podemos brindarle.

An Uncommon Education

Mission

To create a community rooted in justice and equity where all children thrive.

Values Guiding Our Work with Children

We honor and nurture the whole unique child. We believe and cherish that:

  • Children grow from the richness of diversity in community--racial, ethnic, social, religious, gender, and learning style.
  • Children are inherently curious and imaginative.
  • Children are naturally eager to understand their world and communicate their ideas.

We honor and nurture each child’s:

  • Capacity for kindness, empathy, generosity, and truthfulness.
  • Ability to explore, understand, and change the world through learned skills in math, language arts, scientific method, critical thinking, and problem-solving.
  • Right to learn through play, art, music, dance, and drama.
  • Need for outdoor learning--including games, imaginative play, and exploration of the natural world.

Supporting Values for the School

  • Research guides our decision-making.
  • Great teachers are at the heart of the learning process, and we provide them with opportunities to collaborate, network, and grow professionally.
  • We innovate and embrace solutions toward racial, economic, and language equity.
  • We build our community through partnerships.
  • We ensure sustainable finances and seek resources to support outrageously ambitious projects.
  • We believe in and contribute to high-quality public education, critical to a great democracy.

Our All Children Thriving Goals include:

    1. Accelerate Social Justice

    2. Advance Equity in Instruction and Learning

    3. Shift and Share Power with all our People

    4. Promote Healthy Integration for Diversity, Inclusion and Equity

This page (Home) last updated August 18, 2020