"Young children respond to gestures and movement before they react to the spoken word. They understand and explore sound before they learn to speak. They draw pictures before they form letters. They dance and act out stories before they learn to read."

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Visit Lucy School

We welcome parents and visitors by appointment; bring your child and join us in the Big Red Barn at 9:00am to learn more about Lucy School programs as well as our LEED Certified Green Builiding.
Please contact us if you would like to schedule a visit.

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Lucy School in the News

Below is an excerpt from The 5th Floor Blog, written by Ken Scrzesz, Coordinator of Fine Arts For Maryland Department of Education, about his visit to Lucy School recently (May, 2015):

The Lucy School
The setting of the Lucy School in Middletown defines bucolic, and the tone of instruction is reflective of the setting. Arts integration drives the curriculum of the school. There is an excitement about learning that is motivated by constant investigation. The “why” of skill-building is underneath each instructional decision. Among the many observations, I saw third-grade students presenting and defending the merits of product design to deal with oils spills, first grade students kinesthetically exploring a musical score, kindergarten students investigating three-dimensional shape on mirror, and fifth grade students rehearsing a production of THE WIZARD OF OZ. In each observation the teacher facilitated the lesson allowing students the time and space to experience new information. I truly appreciate Victoria Brown’s invitation, and the work of her faculty, for modeling arts integrated instruction at its best!

And here is a recent video broadcast by local station WHAG: 

Read the full article on WHAG's website.

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