Parent Presentation at Woodrow Wilson Middle School on Wednesday, February 22nd at 7:00 p.m.
Who knew that learning could be so much fun? Take Doug Passaro’s technology class at John Adams Middle School, where students are making and programming robots from LEGOs in a new district-wide seventh grade initiative. During a recent visit, about 27 students were swarming
The academic arena at John Adams Middle School is filled with a comprehensive, differentiated curriculum that meets the needs of all learners and challenges students, while providing the proper support necessary to achieve. The team concept within each grade level provides opportunities for self-discovery and growth; students learn about one another and build relationships that are nurtured and endured. Classrooms are filled with interactive, wireless technology that supports hands-on, authentic learning experiences – reflecting future promises of workplace readiness. The energy and excitement that fill the classrooms and hallways is contagious!
John Adams Middle School embodies a sense of community and belonging that students, staff, and parents foster and enjoy. The six pillars of character shine through student interactions daily; their knowledge of these pillars becomes obvious through their respect and understanding for one another. Learning to celebrate one another for similarities and differences is what makes John Adams Middle School extraordinary!