A Collaborative Learning School
Turning Sun School is a progressive school inspired by the Reggio Emilia approach and place-based education focusing on our local community and natural world. We build our year around seasonal celebrations and class projects following the project approach.
We are an open and affirming program. Turning Sun School is a non-religious school that welcomes families from various religious and non-religious traditions alike.
We are a half day school for children ages 6 months-5 years old. Our school day hours are from 9am-Noon. Our snacks are vegetarian, simple and whole. Children over 2 years old have the option to stay for our picnic pals program until 1pm.
The Krewe of Kids established themselves this week- first learning about Krewes from New Orleans and how Chantelle brought the Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons to Atlanta!
Krewes are a New Orleans tradition. A Krewe is a group of friends who host parades and other creative events as gifts to their community. The Krewe of Kids will invent a parade and take it to Decatur Health nursing home on Friday afternoon.
Bizarre Bazaar — Turning Sun’s 1st Annual Craft Fair