Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn." ~ Benjamin Franklin
Our Vision for Student Learning
Every child can achieve the goals he or she wishes to achieve. Necessary for the attainment of these goals is a supportive and nurturing learning environment, curricula that compels critical thought and instruction that is individualized so that the needs of all learning styles are met with 21st century competencies.
Every child should develop a passion for learning. Children will grow socially and emotionally when they “see” the learning process as an exciting and energizing experience.
SUMMER READING CHALLENGE - Book by Book, Warriors Pave the Way!
Little Silver Summer Music Academy - FREE music instruction
Markham Place music teacher, Mrs. Stephanie Bennett and Point Road music teacher, Mr. Jason Lakshmanan will be offering four, 30 or 45-minute small group lessons, for students entering 4th-8th grade interested in beginning or continuing their studies in music. There is no cost for this program.
Lessons will include:
• Instruction on developing technique and fundamentals
• Tone production
• Music literacy
• Small ensemble performance skills
If your child is brand new to playing an instrument, please contact Mrs. Bennett at email@example.com for information on instrument rental. (Fourth grade band and orchestra lessons at Point Road School will begin in September. The beginner sessions listed below are for any students who are beginners are entering or already attending Markham Place School.)
Little Silver Curriculum Presentations
Curriculum Mapping is a procedure for collecting and maintaining a database of the operational curriculum in a school and/or district. It provides the basis for authentic examination of said database (Heidi Hayes Jacobs, 1997). The completed curriculum map then becomes a tool that helps teachers keep track of what has been taught and plan what will be taught. Click the Rubicon Atlas logo to browse our unit calendars, curriculum maps and course descriptions.
We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future. - Franklin D. Roosevelt