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Learning Updates for Week of October 19 to October 23

Athletics: Finding Their Way At Orienteering This week our Outdoor Adventures athletics teams got to try their hand at orienteering. Orienteering involves a combination of map reading and cross-country running, relying upon speed as well as spatial awareness, ingenuity, and willingness to take the route less traveled. Navigation Games, a

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Learning Updates for Week of October 12 to October 16

Sixth Graders Dig Farm School This week, sixth graders enjoyed spectacular weather, bountiful harvests, uplifting interactions with animals, and nourishing companionship as we made our annual visit to the Farm School in Athol. Condensing the traditional overnight trip into two separate day trips and traveling in separate cohort groups, students

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Learning Updates for Week of October 5 to October 9

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month! Middle school Spanish students worked in teams to create two amazing murals to honor and to recognize the contributions of Hispanics to the culture and history of the United States. Sixth grade students researched and wrote biographies of different people, including Rita Moreno, Shakira, Jaime Escalante,

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Learning Updates for Week of September 28 to October 2

Pre-kindergarten: Into the Woods … In pre-kindergarten, we have always viewed the surrounding woods as an extension of our classroom. This year, in particular, we are excited to spend additional time exploring and discovering the woods and we have visited on a daily basis. For many reasons, the woods are

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Learning Updates for Week of September 21 to 25

Author Visits Fourth and Fifth Grades   On Thursday morning, fourth and fifth grade students had the opportunity to meet with author and illustrator Remy Lai from Brisbane, Australia. She gave us a tour of her home studio and talked about her brand new book Fly on the Wall and how the editing

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Two Middle School Students Take Honors for Their Artwork​​​​​​​

Students’ Artwork Help Raise Awareness About Environment and Climate Change Congratulations to eighth grader Bonnie Wang and seventh grader Juliana Li who were winners in separate environmental-themed art contests. Bonnie earned an honorable mention in a marine art contest held by the Massachusetts Marine Educators and the Stellwagen Bank National Marine

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Learning Updates for Week of September 14 to 18

Great First Week for First Grade  First graders have been busy getting to know their teachers and cohorts. We have been playing a lot of community building games and practicing how to be back in school. Students have also been exploring many of the materials, some of them brand new, that

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Leana Endowment Grant Recipients Announced

Head of School Brendan Largay is delighted to announce the 2020-21 recipients of the Lenesa Leana Endowment for Innovative and Collaborative Education. Established in 2011, the endowment supports the multidimensional ways that our community comes together to explore, develop, and implement innovation, all the while upholding the values at our heart. Alice Henry,

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Introducing New Information Tools for Parents & Students

Connected • Responsive • SecureIntroducing Veracross, Magnus Health, and Seesaw As a school dedicated to transparent and relevant communications, maintaining a safe and healthy environment for students and faculty, and inspiring and challenging every student, Belmont Day is excited to introduce three new tools that support the home-school partnership: Veracross,

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October 26, 2020

Athletics: Finding Their Way At Orienteering This week our Outdoor Adventures athletics teams got to try their hand at orienteering. Orienteering involves a combination of map reading and cross-country running, relying upon speed as well as spatial awareness, ingenuity, and…

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October 16, 2020

Sixth Graders Dig Farm School This week, sixth graders enjoyed spectacular weather, bountiful harvests, uplifting interactions with animals, and nourishing companionship as we made our annual visit to the Farm School in Athol. Condensing the traditional overnight trip into two…

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October 9, 2020

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month! Middle school Spanish students worked in teams to create two amazing murals to honor and to recognize the contributions of Hispanics to the culture and history of the United States. Sixth grade students researched and wrote…

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October 2, 2020

Pre-kindergarten: Into the Woods … In pre-kindergarten, we have always viewed the surrounding woods as an extension of our classroom. This year, in particular, we are excited to spend additional time exploring and discovering the woods and we have visited…

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September 25, 2020

Author Visits Fourth and Fifth Grades   On Thursday morning, fourth and fifth grade students had the opportunity to meet with author and illustrator Remy Lai from Brisbane, Australia. She gave us a tour of her home studio and talked about…

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September 18, 2020

Great First Week for First Grade  First graders have been busy getting to know their teachers and cohorts. We have been playing a lot of community building games and practicing how to be back in school. Students have also been…

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August 4, 2020

Head of School Brendan Largay is delighted to announce the 2020-21 recipients of the Lenesa Leana Endowment for Innovative and Collaborative Education. Established in 2011, the endowment supports the multidimensional ways that our community comes together to explore, develop, and implement innovation, all…

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July 27, 2020

Connected • Responsive • SecureIntroducing Veracross, Magnus Health, and Seesaw As a school dedicated to transparent and relevant communications, maintaining a safe and healthy environment for students and faculty, and inspiring and challenging every student, Belmont Day is excited to…
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