CONGRESSIONAL SCHOOL BLOG
During Black History Month, Congressional students came together to celebrate many unsung heroes who made significant contributions to the fields of math, science, literature, music, and art.
Learning in preschool centers on organized, play-based activities that provide context for what the students are learning. When they make a connection to what they learn, it becomes meaningful to them.
An Interview with Coach Laws, Director of Physical Education and Athletics: Physical education is an essential part of a well-rounded education. Beyond the obvious health benefits of exercise, physical education and participation on athletic teams offer students important life lessons that can help boost self-esteem and build can-do attitudes.
“Our curriculum is active, vibrant, and incorporates the best of modern thought,” says Andrea Weiss, Director of Innovation and Learning and Middle School Math teacher. “We live in a world of technology and technology is intrinsically mathematical, so it’s important that our students develop these skills.”