We traveled to Saunderstown and set two traps to catch new species for our saltwater classroom tank using hot dogs as bait. While there, we released some of our silversides and crabs from an earlier trip and replaced them with […]
Good Morning Middle School Community, As you may have noticed, this newsletter was published late, but that does not mean that we have been up to nothing. In fact, this letter was published late because we are doing so much! […]
Routine is settling in and Upper Elementary has been very busy this month! The students have had a few weeks to get used to using their work journals to plan their days and we have been able to deliver […]
This week, our 3rd Year students visited Saunderstown to check on the minnow trap they have set for their classroom study and observations. They discussed the anatomy of crabs and then took time to collect shells, sea glass and razor […]
It must be October. Everywhere you turn, you see the word spirit. Local High Schools are celebrating Homecoming and hosting spirit days, Spirit Halloween has taken up residence in retailers everywhere and here at Quest, we devote an entire week to […]
For the last several weeks, Quest’s Primary and Lower Elementary classrooms have been immersed in the lifecycle of the great Monarch Butterfly. Each level has spent time observing, reading books, and creating art related to this amazing metamorphosis.
Maria Montessori was a leader in Peace and an advocate of Peace education. She was nominated for three consecutive years, 1949, 1950, and 1951, for the Nobel Peace Prize. She told us, “Establishing lasting peace is the work of education;