This post was written by Mindy Bender-Webster while teaching our summer Pre4/5 class.  Our teachers are highly skilled with using children’s literature to not only learn about the content of the story, in this case the life of Aretha Franklin, but also weaving it into our ongoing work with social . . . Read More

Family Traditions

This post was written by Erin Kelly, our Preschool 3s teacher.  She describes how she invited families to share their family traditions around the winter holidays and is an exceptional example of inclusion and honoring diversity. Our winter break is upon us so I wanted to say an extra thank . . . Read More


 On Monday, June 19, the Seed will be closed in honor of Juneteenth for the first time in the school’s history.  Now a federal holiday, Britt Hawthorne describes it as a day “to commemorate the day that enslaved Black Texans in the U.S. were finally free.”  It’s the longest Black . . . Read More