Athletics News, February 11, 2021

John O’Neill, Director of Athletics
February 12, 2021

Athletics Update: Hannum Advisory Brings Intensity

Without interscholastic teams or consistent coaching, it has been difficult to establish a “team” culture in athletics this winter. Athletes move from activity to activity on a daily basis with their advisory peers, and occasionally, effort and focus can waver. For the Hannum Advisory, however, it’s a different story. This group of eighth grade athletes has brought its very best day-in and day-out all winter long. Whether sledding outside, spinning in the Downing, or crushing a cross-fit workout in the Barn, this group has set the bar in terms of excellence in athletics.

A student in the air catching an ultimate disk

By John O'Neill, director of athletics |

May 17, 2024

It was a slow start to the spring for the varsity ultimate team. After the first two games were canceled due to bad weather, the team opened with lackluster performances and entered last weekend’s Middle School Jamboree with a 1-2…

By Josh Sussman, school counselor |

May 14, 2024

On Thursday, May 2, Belmont Day was represented at the AISNE Health and Wellness Conference in Norwood by food program director Tara Lightbody, second grade teacher Nancy Fell, physical education teacher and mindfulness director Alex Tzelnic, school psychologist Arlene Silva,…

By Sarah Merril, director of high school placement |

May 14, 2024

Congratulations to our eighth grade class on their recent decisions on which high schools they will attend in the fall. We’re proud of every student for the journey they’ve taken to reach this milestone in their education. While the decision…


May 14, 2024

PE Update: Fourth Grade Olympians Shine In Competition In fourth grade, the study of Ancient Greece made its way out of the classroom and into their physical education classes! The young Olympians learned all about the spirit of the Olympic…
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