There are many things
throughout our educational program and school that help students learn
about the world. Within each unit of inquiry students explore issues of
local and global significance. We also learn about our connection around
the world by learning about the diverse heritage of our students and
As well as developing our language in English, all students learn
Spanish. We also encourage and celebrate our multilingual students that
even speak a third or fourth language.
This past fall we officially celebrated with our new sister school Juana de Asbaje in Tlalnepantla, Mexico.
Our Leonard Elementary World Heritage Map celebrated the many diverse backgrounds of our school.