News related to: Rosalie Whitlock
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Dear Friends of CHC:
It’s been a very exciting summer at CHC. We’ve completed a major construction project that includes a spectacular outdoor playground, new state of the art classrooms, outdoor learning environments, updated lobby, signage and new paint. We are also continuing our commitment to providing more access to more kids and families who need our services. Read more ›
Connections, the Journal of the California Association for the Education of Young Children, Publishes Article by Rosalie Whitlock, PhD
Connections, The Journal of the California Association for the Education of Young Children, published “When Something Isn’t Right in School: Early Intervention to Get Young Learners Back on Track,” an article written by CHC Executive Director Rosalie Whitlock, PhD.
PALO ALTO, CA (January 6, 2011) Children’s Health Council announces the opening of Sand Hill School, a new private school for kindergarten through third grade children who are bright but who are struggling in a conventional classroom.
When children start to show signs that school is not working for them in preschool, kindergarten or first grade, parents typically think, “Maybe he’ll grow out of it.” But Rosalie Whitlock, educational specialist and executive director of Children’s Health Council, advises, “Act now to relax later.” While acting early may be counterintuitive for parents, early support can change a child’s entire self-perspective and his outlook on school, especially as academic challenges grow. Read more ›