“Kids’ Rosetta Stones are special. They are a piece of art.”
– Aedan, Upper Elementary Student
Natalie Deciphers Parent Rosetta Stone (0:15)
As an educator for 25 years, the thing that fills me up and gives me energy is knowing that our efforts make life better for each and every child. At the recent KMS Open House, a current Upper Elementary parent shared her child’s experience with this year’s KMS school-wide intention of researching: “Natalie is talking non-stop about the Library of Alexandria,” Allison said. “She is so hungry for knowledge – it’s thrilling and exhausting. I can’t even describe it. She is so on fire.”
This “fire” is created by a partnership of student, school, and family. Recently, parents made Rosetta Stones for Back-to-School Night and their children deciphered the messages. Click on the audio clip above to listen to Natalie’s discovery.
Upper Elementary Students made Rosetta Stones for their parents to decipher, as well. “Kids’ Rosetta Stones are special,” said Aedan. “They are a piece of art.”
In the weeks leading up to KMS Conferences, Upper Elementary students will be going deeper with the Rosetta Stones hand-crafted by students and parents. If you have not yet created one, please join in!
All are invited to come see the Rosetta Stones at KMS.
What worlds will YOU unlock?