The Rossman blog features content written by our faculty and staff.
by: Sixth Grade Teacher Zack Mouw
by: Sixth Grade Teacher Caroline Ivey
Engaging the Mathematical Conversations
by: Fourth Grade Teacher Leann Kane
Importance of World Music
by: Music Teacher Amira Fuller
Establishing Connection with Our Children at Home or in School: Using Principles from, Good Inside, a book by Dr. Becky Kennedy
The Benefits of Playing Board Games
Building Stronger Readers Through Vocabulary Instruction
by: Lower School Director Rachel Dixon
Focus on Gratitude
Rossman Kids Love Books!
by: Librarian Marie Unanue
Executive Functioning - How do I Function?
Why Elementary School is the Best Time to Learn a Second Language
Say Yes Whenever Possible
Junior Kindergarten is Where Learning Begins at Rossman
by: Junior Kindergarten Teachers Julie Renne, Mary Schwartz, and Diane Vujnich
Renowned psychologist and child development theorist Jean Piaget was quoted as saying “Our real problem is…what is the goal of education? Are we forming children that are only capable of learning what is already known? Or should we try developing creative and innovative minds, capable of discovery from the preschool age on, throughout life?” [...]
Science Enrichment at Home
Does your child love Science? Do you need to refresh your rainy day activities? Do you want to give memorable, cool, and educational gifts (to your child or others)? Look no further.
I’ve had many parents say, “My child loves Science, what can I do to foster this at home?”. [...]
Rossman School, nestled on a 20-acre campus in St. Louis, is a private preparatory school for students in Junior Kindergarten (four years old) through Grade 6. The school’s mission is to provide a strong, well-balanced education in a nurturing school community committed to excellence. Dedicated to developing personal, nurturing relationships with each child, Rossman’s experienced educators provide a solid foundation in academics, athletics and arts while emphasizing strong character development and leadership skills. To learn more or schedule a tour, visit our inquiry page.