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May 20, 2022

Sixth Grade and Kindergarten Continue ‘Big Flower’ Tradition Last Friday, kindergartners met with their sixth grade partners during a scheduled cross-graded time to engage in a Belmont Day tradition that goes back several decades. When kindergarten and sixth grade were…


May 16, 2022

PE Update: Fourth Graders Experience the Glory of the Games! Fourth grade students competed this week in the (epic and glorious) second annual Greek Olympics as a way to prepare their bodies and minds for their upcoming Greek Festival. Students…
Middle School Students Seated and Reading Books at Belmont Day School


May 9, 2022

Middle School Researches and Reads More Diverse Books In these final five weeks of school, middle school students are embarking on an independent reading challenge—to seek out and read books with characters, settings, plot points, or themes that we don’t…

By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

May 6, 2022

Athletics Update: Ultimate Teams Battle Hard, Fall Short Both of Belmont Day’s ultimate teams took to the field on Thursday afternoon and turned in impressive performances. The varsity team squared off against a huge Newton Middle School squad who rolled…

By Heather Woodcock, director of the associate teacher program |

May 2, 2022

Congratulations to associate teacher Elizabeth Ho who is the recipient of the 2022 June Fox Award from Lesley University’s Graduate School of Education. Each year, the June Fox Committee recognizes one student in the collaborative residency programs for that individual’s…
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By Belmont Day School |

April 19, 2022

The heartbreaking images of the war in Ukraine sparked a discussion at home and then a project at school to provide comfort for young refugees fleeing the violence in their homeland. Late last month, kindergartner, Griffen, asked her mother, Megan…

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