Mrs. Terri Hill, the Lower School Director and Kindergarten Instructor, explains that her students have chosen to have a learning expedition about the ever-changing weather and how it affects us all.
“My students are so excited to show off their knowledge of temperature and cloud formations. The hands-on learning truly helps them understand weather and how it affects us all,” says Mrs. Hill.
In the first-grade classroom, the children show off their anatomy projects and talk about the human body.
“This is the digestive system,” one first grader proudly explains, while another says, “This is the spinal cord,” as he points to his vest with a diagramed human anatomy.
“The Expeditionary Learning Journey that is taken by the Lower School students is meant to inspire. The discovery that they make during the journey is an invaluable experience. It makes research and learning fun and exciting,” says Mrs. Sue Troff, Dean of Students.
Eastminster School extends an invitation to the community to join them on campus the morning of Monday, October 21st for an open-house style visit anytime between the hours of 8:00-10:00AM. The exhibitions will be held in the Lower School building and visitors can tour the kindergarten through fourth-grade classrooms as they celebrate each classroom's Expeditionary Learning Journey.
“We are extremely proud of our students and their hard work. I personally hope the community can join us to see the positive environment in which our students thrive!” says Troff.
Eastminster School provides the highest quality academic education to motivated and disciplined students of any race or religious affiliation from the East Metro Atlanta area, emphasizing every student’s social, physical, and spiritual well-being. To find out more information about this topic, or to schedule a tour at Eastminster School, please call Sarah Christopher at 770/785-6780 or email Sarah at email@example.com.