Monthly Archives: November 2018

30 Nov, 2018

6 Tips to Get Ready for Final Exams

2018-11-30T15:43:34-06:00

Thanksgiving is over, and the end of the semester looms. You want to be able to buckle down and finish strong as you prepare for final exams. Thus far, your pattern of learning has included learning for a few weeks, then sitting down for a test. During the semester, these tests evaluate your short-term memory. [...]

6 Tips to Get Ready for Final Exams2018-11-30T15:43:34-06:00
26 Nov, 2018

6 Benefits for Students Attending a Small Private School

2018-11-26T09:42:40-06:00

Have you been wondering if a smaller or private school would be a better experience for your child? This is a decision almost every parent asks themselves at one point or another. You wonder if your child would do better in smaller classrooms, with more teacher attention, or just not having to navigate through several [...]

6 Benefits for Students Attending a Small Private School2018-11-26T09:42:40-06:00
16 Nov, 2018

The Story of Anthony Graves

2018-11-16T17:07:09-06:00

The Tenney School was honored to hear first hand the story of Anthony Graves. The Tenney School Crime Scene Investigation class had studied Anthony's case this fall, and were grateful he accepted their invitation to speak at our school. As a 25 year old, Anthony was convicted for the murder of six people. He was [...]

The Story of Anthony Graves2018-11-16T17:07:09-06:00
13 Nov, 2018

4 Reasons You May Regret Getting Your Child Tested for a Learning Disability

2018-11-08T09:02:14-06:00

"Mom, I just can't do it!" "I can't figure this out no matter how hard I try." "It's just too hard!" If your child is struggling in school, chances are, you've heard several of these statements--and as a parent, you want to help your student as much as possible. If your child continues to struggle, [...]

4 Reasons You May Regret Getting Your Child Tested for a Learning Disability2018-11-08T09:02:14-06:00
7 Nov, 2018

Tenney Gives Back-Gift Donation Drive

2019-11-07T11:08:21-06:00

The Tenney Yearbook Staff  has organized a gift donation drive with The Star of Hope Mission. Please see the attachment for details. They are asking for everyone's help to make the holidays brighter for those who are less fortunate. Please email Ms. Brahier if you have any questions. TENNEY GIVES BACK - GIFT DRIVE

Tenney Gives Back-Gift Donation Drive2019-11-07T11:08:21-06:00
6 Nov, 2018

5 Signs That Your Child Would Do Better in a Small School

2018-11-08T09:39:29-06:00

Not every child is cut out for the constant press and hustle of large public schools. While it's true that some children thrive in a crowded environment and rise to the top surrounded by hundreds and thousands of peers, not every child is like this. Many children are quiet, reserved, or work better in small [...]

5 Signs That Your Child Would Do Better in a Small School2018-11-08T09:39:29-06:00
2 Nov, 2018

Come Hear Anthony Graves Tell His Story

2018-11-02T10:27:56-06:00

Did you know The Tenney School has a Crime Scene Investigation (C.S.I.) class?  Tenney C.S.I. is hosting a talk from Anthony Graves, a man falsely convicted of murdering six people. Anthony Graves spent 6,640 days in prison for a crime he did not commit.  Of the eighteen and a half years in prison sixteen were [...]

Come Hear Anthony Graves Tell His Story2018-11-02T10:27:56-06:00