WEST ORANGE, NJ - Students in Eileen Lambert's Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) third, fourth and fifth grade classes worked during the month of March to research famous women as part of their Women's History Month projects.
Students used books, computers and other sources to select to prepare their reports on women that have made contributions to our world and presented to their class on March 28.
Lambert has taught at Redwood Elementary School for 14 years: first as a third grade teacher and then transferred into the Special Education Department in 2009.
"The joy of my career has been to work with special needs students," said Lambert. "I can think of nothing more gratifying than to help a child learn skills to move them forward in life."
Students in Lambert's class show off their Women's History Month projects.