The Community School

Category: How We Work


The Rise and Fall of Stinktopia

This article explains how caring for even the smallest life forms can be a fertile ground for intellectual and social emotional growth.

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A Reflection from Dave Nelson upon his Recent Visit to the Rebecca School for the 2019 ICDL DIR Regional Conference

Written by our executive administrative director, Dave Nelson, this is a reflection on Nelson’s recent attendance of the Rebecca School for the 2019 ICDL DIR Regional Conference where Nelson was a featured guest speaker.

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The Spice of Life – Cooking 101

This article illuminates one of our many cooking classes, and has a wonderful recipe for salsa which we hope you will feel empowered to try at home!

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Life Behind the Lens – The Start of a New Photography Program

Written by our Marketing Manager, Benjamin J. Davidow, this article illustrates our budding relationship with Illuminate Atlanta who have graciously donated the gift of photography education to our hike program.

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Making Mistakes

Written by our Executive Administrative Director, Dave Nelson, this article focuses on the fundamental social-emotional growth that comes from making mistakes and working through discomfort head-on.

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So Far Out Safari!

Written by Ben Davidow, our Marketing Manager, this blog post explores our participants private, behind the scenes tour of The Georgia Safari Conservation Park as they prepare to open their gates in 2020.

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The Growing Trend of D&D at TCS

Let our very own Jimmy Holt be your guide as you enter into the world of D&D, social problem-solving and relationship building.

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The Ropes Course of Life

Please enjoy our latest post written by Kim Evans, our Associate Director of The Community Services Team, talking about our yearly staff retreat.

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The Finding Thing – An Evolving Tale

This article explores “The Finding Thing,” a program wide game created by our very own Jimmy Holt!

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Coming Back: The Difference a Year Makes

Melissa Davis writes about her 2nd, 1st day at TCS and what it is like to not only do the work but what it is like to get “in the deep end” of it.

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