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Learning Updates for November 13 to November 17

Second Grade’s New Mural Is a Feast For the Eyes For our summer reading book this year, second graders read Tomatoes for Neela, written by Padmi Lakshmi and illustrated by Juana Martinez-Neal. It is a story about a young girl named Neela who loves to cook tomato sauce with her

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Learning Updates for October 30 to November 3

Spanish Students Learn, Share About El Días de los Muertos Spanish students learned about and celebrated the traditional Mexican holiday, Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. Through different audio activities, students engaged in hands-on projects. Sixth grade students are making educational posters to teach the Belmont Day

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Buck Competes At Head of the Charles

If you were at last weekend’s Head of the Charles Regatta, you may have seen and heard our very own Nicole Buck, middle school Latin teacher, going by along the river. Nicole is a member of the Gentle Giant Rowing Club based in Somerville and competes as a coxswain for

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Learning Updates for October 23 to October 27

Seventh Grade English Digs Into First Novel Study For their first novel study of the year, seventh grade students have spent the fall thus far reading George Orwell’s Animal Farm. After spending the past several weeks studying the events in Animal Farm and their allegorical ties to the Russian Revolution,

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Athletics Update: Girls’ Soccer Program Has Productive Week

With back-to-back wins against Austin Prep (3-0) and Shady Hill (7-2), the girls’ varsity soccer team improved to 4-1-1 on the season and are hitting their stride just in time for their showdown with Meadowbrook a week from today. The team scored 10 goals in two games thanks to strong

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Model UN Members Debate Options for Helping Refugees

On Saturday, September 30, three intrepid middle school students–eighth graders Gideon Borisy and Tadhg O’Sullivan and seventh grader Vatche Balikian–took part in the Greater Boston Model UN Conference sponsored by the United Nations Association of Greater Boston. They participated with about 150 other middle school students from around Massachusetts, who came

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November 17, 2023

Second Grade’s New Mural Is a Feast For the Eyes For our summer reading book this year, second graders read Tomatoes for Neela, written by Padmi Lakshmi and illustrated by Juana Martinez-Neal. It is a story about a young girl…

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November 3, 2023

Spanish Students Learn, Share About El Días de los Muertos Spanish students learned about and celebrated the traditional Mexican holiday, Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. Through different audio activities, students engaged in hands-on projects. Sixth grade…

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October 27, 2023

If you were at last weekend’s Head of the Charles Regatta, you may have seen and heard our very own Nicole Buck, middle school Latin teacher, going by along the river. Nicole is a member of the Gentle Giant Rowing…

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October 27, 2023

Seventh Grade English Digs Into First Novel Study For their first novel study of the year, seventh grade students have spent the fall thus far reading George Orwell’s Animal Farm. After spending the past several weeks studying the events in…

By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

October 20, 2023

With back-to-back wins against Austin Prep (3-0) and Shady Hill (7-2), the girls’ varsity soccer team improved to 4-1-1 on the season and are hitting their stride just in time for their showdown with Meadowbrook a week from today. The…

By Jen Friborg, French teacher and middle school club advisor |

October 6, 2023

On Saturday, September 30, three intrepid middle school students–eighth graders Gideon Borisy and Tadhg O’Sullivan and seventh grader Vatche Balikian–took part in the Greater Boston Model UN Conference sponsored by the United Nations Association of Greater Boston. They participated with…
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