The Role of Today’s School Library
It’s time to recognize the role of today’s school library. It serves as a place for exploration of the mind and excitement of reading, a service for digital learning, a research hub, and most importantly a cornerstone to thecommunity.
Make Time for Grammar
O’Neal focuses on the little things by introducing a grammar curriculum for grades 1-12.
The Importance of Community in Schools
Our youth can say the sweetest things. As children learn to properly articulate their thoughts, there is a special truthfulness that always rises to the top. In January 1972 words from O’Neal’s students were printed in the program for its first-ever Monte Carlo Benefit. The section was called “Why I Like Wallace O’Neal School”. Fourth-grade…
Swimming and O’Neal have gone hand in hand from almost the beginning. The natatorium was a part of O’Neal’s first brick and mortar project which is comprised of the Edward Taws Education Center, Tate Gymnasium and the pool. For many years it was the only offering in town. Read More »
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