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Next Schools for the Class of 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 be that of the individual students, getting successfully to

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Learning Updates for May 6 to May 10

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 games and competed this week as members of an Ancient

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Athletics Update: Girls’ Lacrosse Program Continues to Battle

The girls’ lacrosse program has healthy numbers this year with 31 athletes spread across two teams. Despite the strong numbers, however, both teams are struggling to find their competitive footing and have opened the season with a combined record of 2-6. Head coaches Abbey Nyland (varsity) and Syd Garner (junior

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Learning Updates for April 29 to May 3

Fifth Grade Math Tackles Volume Calculations Fifth graders have been studying how to calculate the volume of rectangular prisms using the length times width times height formula. Each Thursday is station rotation day in math class, and this week students were exploring various ways of calculating volume, including constructing with

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Athletics Update: Varsity Tennis Opens Season With Two Wins

After an extended pre-season and a couple of canceled matches, the varsity tennis team finally got their season off the ground this week traveling to Nashoba Brooks and hosting Charles River. On Wednesday, the Blue & Gold swept Nashoba, winning all eight matches in commanding fashion, the closest result being

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Athletics Update: JV Teams Take Center Stage

With the eighth grade class traveling in the Southwest, three junior varsity teams took center stage this week as the only interscholastic competitors. On a sun-soaked Thursday afternoon, the ultimate, tennis, and girls’ lacrosse programs each sent their junior varsity teams into action. Ultimate recorded a commanding 13-6 home win

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Athletics Update: Track & Field Opens With Strong Showing

The track & field team traveled off campus this week for a tri-meet against Shady Hill & BB&N. The Blue & Gold jumped out to a fast start with notable performances in the field events. Eighth grade classmates Alexander Meredith (26’2”), Quinn Clark (24’3”), and Clive Sutton (21’3”) swept the

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Athletics Update: Tennis Program Adds Third Team

With a program record of thirty-three athletes playing tennis this spring, Belmont Day has added a third team to the athletics offerings. Led by Alex Tzelnic, intramural tennis will kick off its inaugural season with eight to ten players eager to learn the game and hone their skills. The team

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Learning Updates for March 4 to March 8

Pre-K Interviews Game Designer Pre-kindergarten is deep into a study of games this month. First, the students explored four kinds of games: board games, card games, building games, and matching games. Then, they each chose their favorite category and began designing their own game within that category. Last Friday, we

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Learning Updates for February 26 to March 1

First Graders Design, Create Scientific Tools Earlier this year, first graders in Ms. Gibson’s homeroom read the book What is a Scientist? by Barbara Lehn. Based on their reading, students became scientists and created their own tools to measure, sort, and carry out experiments. First, they made a plan describing their new

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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…

BDS

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…

By John O'Neill, director of athletics |

May 14, 2024

The girls’ lacrosse program has healthy numbers this year with 31 athletes spread across two teams. Despite the strong numbers, however, both teams are struggling to find their competitive footing and have opened the season with a combined record of…

BDS

May 3, 2024

Fifth Grade Math Tackles Volume Calculations Fifth graders have been studying how to calculate the volume of rectangular prisms using the length times width times height formula. Each Thursday is station rotation day in math class, and this week students…

By John O'Neill, director of athletics |

May 3, 2024

After an extended pre-season and a couple of canceled matches, the varsity tennis team finally got their season off the ground this week traveling to Nashoba Brooks and hosting Charles River. On Wednesday, the Blue & Gold swept Nashoba, winning…

By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

April 26, 2024

With the eighth grade class traveling in the Southwest, three junior varsity teams took center stage this week as the only interscholastic competitors. On a sun-soaked Thursday afternoon, the ultimate, tennis, and girls’ lacrosse programs each sent their junior varsity…

By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

April 5, 2024

The track & field team traveled off campus this week for a tri-meet against Shady Hill & BB&N. The Blue & Gold jumped out to a fast start with notable performances in the field events. Eighth grade classmates Alexander Meredith…

By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

March 15, 2024

With a program record of thirty-three athletes playing tennis this spring, Belmont Day has added a third team to the athletics offerings. Led by Alex Tzelnic, intramural tennis will kick off its inaugural season with eight to ten players eager…

BDS

March 8, 2024

Pre-K Interviews Game Designer Pre-kindergarten is deep into a study of games this month. First, the students explored four kinds of games: board games, card games, building games, and matching games. Then, they each chose their favorite category and began…

BDS

March 5, 2024

First Graders Design, Create Scientific Tools Earlier this year, first graders in Ms. Gibson’s homeroom read the book What is a Scientist? by Barbara Lehn. Based on their reading, students became scientists and created their own tools to measure, sort,…
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