AP Psychology students participate in daycare

Annual event brings kids to campus


Max Eslava

Senior Isabel Cavosie plays with one of the children during the annual AP Psychology daycare.

Liam Keenan, Webmaster

Comprehension of the development of children in the mind of the AP Psychology teacher takes more than just a textbook and a printed curriculum. That’s why instructor Mr. Harold Spooner instituted the annual student daycare during which teachers drop off their children to be watched and taken care of by his students. In these classes, students are encouraged to participate with the children by walking around with them, playing with them and even blowing bubbles, if the mood strikes.