“The maple tree is prized for its cool summer shade, its beautiful wood grain, its red fall foliage, and its delightful sap. It can weather many a storm by sending its roots deep. The maple spends its days absorbing nutrients from the earth and the sun, and drinking moisture from nature’s bounty. The cold winter nights are essential for the tree to be able to produce its sweet syrup in the spring. But the cold winter night doesn’t hurt the maple because it has stored nutrients in its trunk.”
Our school strives to prepare every child for life, just like the maple tree, firmly rooted and blossoming into its full beautiful potential.