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By – Nicole Buck, middle school Latin teacher and faculty representative on the board of trustees, on behalf of the Belmont Day School faculty |

October 21, 2022

It is an honor to announce the publication of the new Belmont Day Curriculum Scope and Sequence guide. Across departments and grade levels, teaching faculty thoroughly examined various strands and aspects of their curriculum over the past two years through…
A pre-k student joyfully jumps over an obstacle in PE class

By Alex Tzelnic, physical education teacher and mindfulness director |

October 14, 2022

The October weather has been a gift, allowing our physical education classes to soak in the sunshine with outdoor activities. Our pre-kindergarten students did their best bunny, kangaroo, and frog impressions during a “hopstacle course” on Claflin Field. After bounding…
A student with his original finger puppet design

By Anne Armstrong, visual arts teacher and arts coordinator |

October 14, 2022

Seventh and eighth grade students in the “Be Handy” arts elective this term are working on their first major challenge: to tell a story using finger puppets. Working independently or in small groups, students decided on the story they wanted…

By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

October 14, 2022

Athletics Update: JV Soccer Shuts Out Carroll After a winless 2021 campaign and a tight one-goal loss in their season opener, the JV soccer team finally broke through this week with a commanding 2-0 win on the road against Carroll.…
A fifth grader works on a Jacob Lawrence-inspired work

By Vaniecia Skinner, fifth grade humanities teacher |

October 7, 2022

Fifth grade students were “commissioned” this week by the Phillips Collection to create the sixty-first panel to add to Jacob Lawrence’s The Migration Series. Students created a piece of artwork that built on the artist’s visual narrative while adding a…
A young student navigates nets and noodles in a PE obstacle course

By Alex Tzelnic, physical education teacher and mindfulness director |

October 7, 2022

It is a good time to talk about PE-appropriate apparel now that October is here. September was sunny and delightful, but with autumn in full swing, the temperatures are dropping, and some much-needed rain has arrived. That means many students…

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