News From Campus
Grades 5-7 presented their projects on the scientific method to the rest of the school on Wednesday. They were able to present their findings to their parents and families at night. The 8th graders, who have had a few years of practice, were the guest judges!
Our first and second graders learned about habitats, biomes and adaptation through interdisciplinary study. They did research, built dioramas, used the 3D printer, created replicas of biomes, learned and performed a musical and mastered the subject matter in the process. Watch the full play “Biomes, The Musical” performed by our…
Thank you to Michelle Cove and Mediagirls for an invaluable 3-day workshop. Our middle school students learned that media needs the makeover – not them – and now they are empowered to change the story.
The first and second grades got a visit from some reptiles! The Bearded Dragon and his two gecko friends entertained the class while their human friend taught them about the habits of reptiles.
Grade 4 took a field trip to Boston. They were able to visit the Paul Revere House and Vilna Shul. Both locations provided context to their immigration unit. In the second half of the 19th century, the Paul Revere House was used as an immigrant tenement. Vilna Shul was opened…
Our annual Kindergarten Havdalah program was a big success! The children performed a short play in Hebrew which told the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears. The highlight of the show was the rap song! A wonderful time was had by all!