In observance of both Learning Disability Awareness Month and ADHD Awareness Month in October, Springer School and Center is partnering with Cincinnati Children’s to bring a new documentary film to Cincinnati for an exclusive one-time screening.
The outdoor piazza at Springer School and Center received a bright upgrade in May when the Maureen Wenker Artist in Residence program brought Chicago muralist Molly Zakraijsek, “Molly Z.” to Cincinnati.
Reading can give students a peek into the lives of people who live differently from themselves. This winter at Springer School and Center, reading stories prompted students to find ways they could give to others.
Students at Springer School and Center were wowed by Jim McCutcheon’s demonstrations of the link between music and science during his stay as the Norita Aplin Musician in Residence in December. reading stories prompted students to find ways they could give to others.
The Journal of Learning Disabilities has chosen the artwork of Springer School and Center seventh-grader Abby Beutel to be featured on the journal’s cover in 2019. Each year, the scientific journal selects three works of art from those submitted by students with learning disabilities from across the country.