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Learning Updates for Week of March 15 to 19

Sixth Graders Hone Their Creative Writing Skills When English begins, the clock strikes WRITE! Sixth grade students continue to explore themes of growth and change–this time in their own writing. Each class starts with a unique prompt to inspire exploration and experimentation. We are starting as many stories as possible

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Learning Updates for Week of March 1 to March 5

Second Graders Begin Research on Environmental Changemakers Over the last few weeks, second graders have been exploring what it means to be a changemaker. Through the exciting, vibrant books of our visiting authors Suzanne Slade and Heather Lang, students have been reading stories of people who made the decision to

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Athletics News, February 26, 2021

Belmont Day’s resident groundhog (sightings have been made on Claflin Field) apparently saw his shadow because there are another five weeks of the winter athletics season on tap for our middle school students.

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Learning Updates for Week of February 8 to February 12

Fourth Graders Describe Themselves In French The fourth grade French intensive was “All About Me!” Students started the six-week intensive by creating a self-portrait using the media of their choice—sculpture, drawing, collage, etc. They created a group song, mastering building sentences with different sentence starters and finishers. They played “Guess Who?” in partners.

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Learning Updates for Week of February 1 to February 5

Third Graders Tackle Design Project For Book Character Third graders have been reading “A Boy Called Bat” by Elana K. Arnold about a third grader named Bat who has autism. The students have been learning about the autism spectrum disorder as we read the story so that we can better

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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

March 26, 2021

After a winter season indoors competing only amongst their cohorts, the change of season will be welcomed by all.

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March 19, 2021

Sixth Graders Hone Their Creative Writing Skills When English begins, the clock strikes WRITE! Sixth grade students continue to explore themes of growth and change–this time in their own writing. Each class starts with a unique prompt to inspire exploration…

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March 5, 2021

Second Graders Begin Research on Environmental Changemakers Over the last few weeks, second graders have been exploring what it means to be a changemaker. Through the exciting, vibrant books of our visiting authors Suzanne Slade and Heather Lang, students have…
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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

March 5, 2021

Sixth graders Perin Fine and Aleta Sandoski attacked the agility circuit in athletics this week with purpose.
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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

February 26, 2021

Belmont Day’s resident groundhog (sightings have been made on Claflin Field) apparently saw his shadow because there are another five weeks of the winter athletics season on tap for our middle school students.

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February 16, 2021

Fourth Graders Describe Themselves In French The fourth grade French intensive was “All About Me!” Students started the six-week intensive by creating a self-portrait using the media of their choice—sculpture, drawing, collage, etc. They created a group song, mastering building sentences with…

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February 5, 2021

Third Graders Tackle Design Project For Book Character Third graders have been reading “A Boy Called Bat” by Elana K. Arnold about a third grader named Bat who has autism. The students have been learning about the autism spectrum disorder…
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