We want our youth to be inclusive, empathetic, and knowledgeable of others’ experiences; and knowing how to deliver this sensitive content and inspire dialogue with our youth is essential for both teachers and parents.
Our Bullis Faculty Feature Blog addresses topics for parents with school aged children by providing insights, activities, and tips from our educators, experts, and fellow parents on Bullis’ campus. We hope that you find this series accessible and useful as your family navigates the summer months.
With summer fast approaching, Art Teacher Kelsey Donegan offers 10 ideas to keep your middle school students’ creative juices flowing.
Despite all of this movement forward from the pandemic with more opportunities for face-to-face connection, we find ourselves with a generation of middle schoolers who have become reliant and complacent when it comes to technology use.
Get Your Middle Schooler Excited About Summer Reading!
As a busy mom of four, I am constantly trying to sprinkle in learning and fun while we shuttle around to our various activities. Summertime can be a challenge for promoting literacy behaviors and finding time for learning, but I’ve compiled a list of some of my tried and true favorite tips for making summer reading fun.
We are excited to announce the launch of our new Bullis Faculty Feature Blog and will address important topics of parents with school-aged children by providing insights, activities, and tips from our educators, experts, and fellow parents on Bullis’ campus.
Bullis teachers redesign lessons to keep collaboration alive and engage all learners – whether face-to-face or remote.
Students use Google Earth to pitch an idea for an agribusiness as part of their year-long Ambassador Projects.
Bullis students working on the "WheeStroll" aka Wheelchair Project won two international awards in the PrintLabs 2021 make:able design challenge.