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Learning Updates for November 1 to November 5

Spanish Students Learn Traditions of Day of the Dead

El Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican tradition to celebrate life and honor the loved ones who have died. The holiday is celebrated from October 31 through November 2. Spanish students at BDS celebrated and honored this tradition; we watched videos and engaged in different activities.

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Athletics News, October 29, 2021

With three one-goal losses on the season, girls’ soccer’s 2-4 record doesn’t tell the full story of the team’s fall campaign. A talented squad led by a handful of eighth grade standouts, the team has been competitive in every game they’ve played and is primed for a big performance at Friday Night Lights.

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Learning Updates for October 25 to October 29

360 Degrees of Discussion in Sixth Grade

Students in sixth grade English observed and practiced discussion skills with a “fishbowl” protocol. Five brave “fish” sat in the center of the room to discuss a question from the current book we’re reading in class, The Giver by Lois Lowry while their classmates observed the dynamics of the discussion.

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Learning Updates for October 18 to October 22

PE Update: Some Pain, A Lot of Gain

When your workplace involves dynamic action, flying projectiles, and blistering speed, there are bound to be some bumps and bruises. Though we never like to see one of our students get hurt, learning to deal with injuries is part of physical education and an opportunity for growth and insight.

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Athletics News, October 22, 2021

The boys’ soccer team traveled to Carroll this week and returned with their first win of the season. After opening their campaign with a close loss to DCD, the team was on the wrong end of some lopsided scores to Park and Pike before turning things around this week.

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Learning Updates for October 11 to October 15

Los diseñadores de modas de séptimo grado

Seventh grade Spanish students are learning about clothing in the context of Guatemalan culture and traditions. Inspired by the Mayan attire, students designed a style they believe would be a perfect mix of Guatemalan-style clothing and their favorite clothing.

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Athletics News, October 15, 2021

The boys’ soccer team traveled to Carroll this week and returned with their first win of the season. After opening their campaign with a close loss to DCD, the team was on the wrong end of some lopsided scores to Park and Pike before turning things around this week.

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Sixth Graders Participate in Model UN Conference 

On Saturday, October 2, two sixth grade students, Duncan Bierne and Quinn Clark, took part in the Global Leadership Conference sponsored by the United Nations Association of Greater Boston. This activity was a Model UN event, held virtually. We explored the issue of the internet as a human right. Duncan

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BDS

November 5, 2021

Spanish Students Learn Traditions of Day of the Dead El Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican tradition to celebrate life and honor the loved ones who have died. The holiday is celebrated from October…
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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

October 29, 2021

With three one-goal losses on the season, girls’ soccer’s 2-4 record doesn’t tell the full story of the team’s fall campaign. A talented squad led by a handful of eighth grade standouts, the team has been competitive in every game…
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BDS

October 29, 2021

360 Degrees of Discussion in Sixth Grade Students in sixth grade English observed and practiced discussion skills with a “fishbowl” protocol. Five brave “fish” sat in the center of the room to discuss a question from the current book we’re…
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BDS

October 22, 2021

PE Update: Some Pain, A Lot of Gain When your workplace involves dynamic action, flying projectiles, and blistering speed, there are bound to be some bumps and bruises. Though we never like to see one of our students get hurt,…
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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

October 22, 2021

The boys’ soccer team traveled to Carroll this week and returned with their first win of the season. After opening their campaign with a close loss to DCD, the team was on the wrong end of some lopsided scores to…
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BDS

October 15, 2021

Los diseñadores de modas de séptimo grado Seventh grade Spanish students are learning about clothing in the context of Guatemalan culture and traditions. Inspired by the Mayan attire, students designed a style they believe would be a perfect mix of…
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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

October 15, 2021

The boys’ soccer team traveled to Carroll this week and returned with their first win of the season. After opening their campaign with a close loss to DCD, the team was on the wrong end of some lopsided scores to…
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By Jennifer Friborg, Model UN club advisor |

October 14, 2021

On Saturday, October 2, two sixth grade students, Duncan Bierne and Quinn Clark, took part in the Global Leadership Conference sponsored by the United Nations Association of Greater Boston. This activity was a Model UN event, held virtually. We explored…
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