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Summer Success Tips: Helping Neurodiverse Students with Learning Differences Thrive

Freedom from homework and days filled with sunshine sound so refreshing at first, but days and days of unstructured time could be filled with anxiety and stress for children with learning differences. To help curb the stress for you and your child and keep the learning momentum going, we are sharing summer strategies and tips to set everyone up for success. Check out the article to learn more.

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5 Learning Differences Myths and the Facts to Set Them Straight

Chances are, you know someone facing the challenges of a learning difference. 1 in 5 students in the United States have learning and attention issues. Check out our blog for 5 common myths when it comes to learning differences and the real facts to set them straight.

The Janus Journal – Summer 2023

See a message from Janus’ new Head of School Heather Strunk, as we enjoy summer and look forward to the start of another school year with our students! We also share the exciting announcement about surpassing our $100,000 Annual Fund goal, recognize our seniors’ convocation and students who have received awards for their great achievements, and more!

The Janus Journal – Spring 2023

Head of School Jan Gillespie reflects on her years of service at Janus, and we express our gratitude for the significant impact she has had on every student here over the last 12 years. In this issue, you’ll also see moments from our annual Raising Spirits Gala, which raised $45,000, and can read more about alumnus Nicki Liss, our students, and the experiences they’ve been enjoying this season!


Success Story: Meet Parker – Archaeological Field Technician & Janus Graduate

“Everyone at Janus helped me realize my own potential and gave me the hope for the future I wished to create. The support level of the staff and students – I say students, too, because it really was everyone there – built the environment that helped teach me new ways to approach things, interact with others, and understand myself,” shared Parker Chadwick, 2015 Janus graduate.

The Board of Trustees Announces Our Next Head of School

We are excited to announce the appointment of Heather L. Strunk as The Janus School’s next Head of School, effective July 1, 2023. Heather currently serves as the Director of Academics at Janus, a position she has held since 2015, and has served in a variety of leadership and educational roles since 2010.

The Janus Journal – Winter 2023

We are excited to announce that Heather Strunk, Director of Academics, will be the new Head of School on July 1, 2023, and Lower Division Teacher Brenda Keller will assume the Director of Academics position. Read more about The Janus School Annual Fund (just $16,000 away from reaching our $100,000 goal!), our upcoming Raising Spirits Gala, what our seniors are sharing about their learning journeys, and more!

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Anxiety & Stress – The Difference and How to Help

Helping children with learning differences manage these powerful emotions can have a transformative impact on how they feel about and perceive themselves, others, and the world around them. Read more about the five ways that you can help to provide an even more positive and encouraging environment for your child, helping them recognize, manage, work through, and overcome obstacles related to anxiety and stress.

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