CONGRESSIONAL SCHOOL BLOG
"Can we do that project again, Ms. Rice?" That is the question that tells me that something is going right in my classroom. That is the enthusiasm my students have when something interests them, sparks their curiosity, and engages their whole selves.
Dried Indian Corn is often pulled out as a fall decoration, just like pumpkins and multi-colored leaves, but this year 2nd grade students found had a special interest in them that led to an intriguing experiment...
Congressional School has many strengths and one of those is our Faculty. Our teachers work tirelessly to educate and teach, to support, nurture and challenge.
When Mrs. Brock, our middle school art teacher, saw one of the techniques that 5th grade is learning for multiplication, a light bulb went off, and her and Mrs. Gaal set off to combine forces.
Our teachers commit themselves to teaching students in varied ways. We know that not all students learn the same way and therefore the lessons are different depending on each child’s needs.