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Blankets Full of Grace

June 5, 2013

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Grace Beatty, an eighth grade student at Tower School, shares her love of knitting with newborn babies at North Shore Medical Center. Blankets Full of Grace: Knitting For Newborns My name is Grace Beatty. I am a Tower School student who loves to knit. I founded Blankets Full of Grace in 2012. I wanted to […]

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Tower School’s 5th Grade Students Welcome Soldiers

January 31, 2013

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Tower School’s fifth grade teachers connected with Peasegreeters.org and arranged for their students to visit Pease International Airport to welcome United States Service men and women who were returning from Afghanistan. Our students were eager to meet the troops and thank them for their work on our country’s behalf. They made signs and cards, and […]

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Teaching Children Empathy and Sensitivity

September 24, 2012

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With empathy on the decline in young people, Tower School’s character education is as important as ever.  Selflessness and sensitivity are values defined as “becoming more extra-centered and less self-centered. Learning to feel with and for others. Empathy, tolerance and brotherhood. Sensitivity to needs in people and situations,” according to valuesparenting.com.   In the halls and […]

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