Our Creative Writing class has been hard at work since September and we are happy to share the beginnings of our story. In the fall, we put our heads together to brainstorm the plot, characters and setting. Over the winter session, we’ve been working to write the first act line-by-line. Chapter One is split into […]
As an inclusive community, we recognize the importance of all voices being heard. Since the pandemic began, teachers at Whole Children and Milestones noticed a new interest in current events and curiosity in our students. It may be hard to understand or even process how the world has shifted for everyone, but they have really […]
Check out pictures from our latest Spring dance!
A film 12 years in the making features an Amherst family dealing with autism. Ethan at 21 is the showcase film at a film festival hosted by Pathlight, Whole Children and Five College Realtors with two showings and locations the weekend of February 10. The festival also features three short documentaries from the renowned […]
If you had to use just one word to describe 14-year-old Alice, you’d have to go with theatrical. Ask her what she enjoys and she will tell you two things: performing and makeup. She loves musicals, from West Side Story to Oklahoma to Singing in the Rain, and has danced in countless local ballet performances, including […]
Carrie McGee’s introduction to Cammie McGovern, winner of Samuel Minot Jones Award for Literary Achievement (SAMMY) on May 2, 2017 atAmherst College. Cammie and I were introduced to one another by a fellow parent when our children were in Amherst’s integrated preschool together. We found ourselves cast into the world of disability, where information was […]