Dyslexia Awareness Month 2018

  • Dyslexia News
Amy Dempster

Children with dyslexia look at the world differently ... we are so lucky they do. In celebration of Dyslexia Awareness Month during October 2018, we set out to show how our students look at the world differently. We chatted with students across our three school campuses and got the incredible opportunity to witness and experience their talents.


Dyslexia, Crafting & Making

Hear how Rina Canute, 9th grader, uses her passion for creating and making to solve real-world challenges.


Dyslexia and the Performing Arts

Sophia Lucontoni, 7th grader, talks about how dance inspires her - on the stage, in her friendships, and in school.


Dyslexia and Music

Willem Hurd and Bini Hill (7th graders) share how their enthusiasm for making music connects them in their art & friendship.


Dyslexia and the Visual Arts

Peek into the creative world of two of our Lower School students, Max and Miles. You'll frequently find these two in the Art Room with Mrs. Siftar and making things from just about any material they can get their hands on.


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Eric Falke, Rachel Foster, John D.E. Gabrieli

John D.E. Gabrieli (Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology and Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences Massachusetts Institute of Technology) discusses how Targeted Cognitive Intervention is improving reading fluency in struggling readers.

Arts & Innovation Center: Building for the Future
Amy Dempster

If you’ve been on Carroll’s Lincoln campus recently, you may have noticed construction crews working at the Gatehouse. Big things are happening inside. We’re thrilled to announce the transformation of the Gatehouse into an arts and innovation center.

Tips for Helping Kids with Executive Functioning Challenges
Amy Dempster

We recently hosted an executive function panel for Carroll parents. We think a lot about executive function strategies and how to approach each student’s unique capacity in this area, whether it’s amplifying strengths or remediating weaknesses ... at school. What we realized at this workshop was how many parents are also craving strategies and tools they can use to support their children at home. In the first of an Executive Function blog series, we tackle some basic information and a few approaches parents can use at home.