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Learning Updates for Week of March 30 to April 3

With the switch to offsite learning due to the coronavirus outbreak, our faculty will be sharing various curriculum highlights from their “classrooms” over the coming weeks. Pre-k Launches Lunch Bunch! Community building and social-emotional learning are the cornerstones of pre-kindergarten education, and we are doing our best to maintain these

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Learning Updates for Week of March 23-27

With the switch to offsite learning due to the coronavirus outbreak, our faculty will be sharing various curriculum highlights from their “classrooms” over the coming weeks. PE Keeps Students Moving Although we love exercising in the Barn, and using our fabulous array of physical education equipment, it turns out with

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Learning Updates for Week of March 16-20

With the switch to offsite learning due to the coronavirus outbreak, our faculty will be sharing various curriculum highlights from their “classrooms” over the coming weeks. Kindergarten Learns About Measurements Our students have been engaged in a variety of interactive and creative learning activities at home. In math, students have

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Spring Conference Day Program Registration

Sign Up for the Conference Day Program! We have a great program planned offsite to Xtreme Craze during parent conference day on Wednesday, April 1! The program is available for children from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with extended day coverage until 5:30 p.m. Please enroll by Wednesday, March 25 to ensure proper staffing ratios and program preparation. Registration

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Athletics News, March 6

Alumni Speaking to Middle School Athletes Next week, the athletics department will welcome back Adam DeFranc ’13 and Samantha Friborg ’14 as the second installment in the Mud Week Speaker Series. This fall, Belmont resident and World Marathon Champion Becca Pizzi shared her story with middle school athletes, and on

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Technology News

On March 19, we will host Devorah Heitner, Ph.D., author of Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive and Survive in Their Digital World for workshops with students in grades five to eight and an evening presentation for parents at 6:30 p.m. In preparation for the workshop we invite you to check out this podcast from NPR’s Life Kit

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Athletics News, February 28

Following back-to-back winning seasons, the boys’ varsity basketball team will need to rebuild next year. A program-record nine eighth grade players were on the roster this winter, and their experience will be sorely missed moving forward.

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Arts News, February 27

Students Develop Range of Woodworking Skills The woodworking studio teaches lessons across a broad range of students each day. In first grade, students recently completed work on some very colorful pencil holders which they designed and created. Students in grades seven and eight are making progress on learning the intricate art

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Social Studies Faculty Reflect on Conference

In November, four Belmont Day social studies teachers attended the National Council on Social Studies (NCSS) annual conference in Austin, Texas. From a city well-known for great music, the team returned with their minds dancing with new lesson plans, resources, pedagogical approaches, and professional contacts. Attendees Larissa Rochford ’93 (third

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Arts News, February 14

Grade 7 & 8 Actors Rehearse for Seussical JR Premiere A cast of seventh and eighth grade students have been busily rehearsing for their upcoming production of Seussical JR, a fantastical musical journey that brings together all of Dr. Seuss’s beloved characters. Performances are Friday, March 13 at 6:00 p.m.

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April 6, 2020

With the switch to offsite learning due to the coronavirus outbreak, our faculty will be sharing various curriculum highlights from their “classrooms” over the coming weeks. Pre-k Launches Lunch Bunch! Community building and social-emotional learning are the cornerstones of pre-kindergarten…

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March 30, 2020

With the switch to offsite learning due to the coronavirus outbreak, our faculty will be sharing various curriculum highlights from their “classrooms” over the coming weeks. PE Keeps Students Moving Although we love exercising in the Barn, and using our…

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March 24, 2020

With the switch to offsite learning due to the coronavirus outbreak, our faculty will be sharing various curriculum highlights from their “classrooms” over the coming weeks. Kindergarten Learns About Measurements Our students have been engaged in a variety of interactive…

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March 10, 2020

Sign Up for the Conference Day Program! We have a great program planned offsite to Xtreme Craze during parent conference day on Wednesday, April 1! The program is available for children from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with extended day coverage until 5:30 p.m. Please enroll by Wednesday,…
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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

March 6, 2020

Alumni Speaking to Middle School Athletes Next week, the athletics department will welcome back Adam DeFranc ’13 and Samantha Friborg ’14 as the second installment in the Mud Week Speaker Series. This fall, Belmont resident and World Marathon Champion Becca…

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March 2, 2020

On March 19, we will host Devorah Heitner, Ph.D., author of Screenwise: Helping Kids Thrive and Survive in Their Digital World for workshops with students in grades five to eight and an evening presentation for parents at 6:30 p.m. In preparation for the workshop…
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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

February 28, 2020

Following back-to-back winning seasons, the boys’ varsity basketball team will need to rebuild next year. A program-record nine eighth grade players were on the roster this winter, and their experience will be sorely missed moving forward.
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By Bill Smith, Woodworking and 21st Century Skills Teacher |

February 27, 2020

Students Develop Range of Woodworking Skills The woodworking studio teaches lessons across a broad range of students each day. In first grade, students recently completed work on some very colorful pencil holders which they designed and created. Students in grades seven…
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By Belmont Day School |

February 19, 2020

In November, four Belmont Day social studies teachers attended the National Council on Social Studies (NCSS) annual conference in Austin, Texas. From a city well-known for great music, the team returned with their minds dancing with new lesson plans, resources,…
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By Christopher Parsons, Theater Arts Teacher |

February 14, 2020

Grade 7 & 8 Actors Rehearse for Seussical JR Premiere A cast of seventh and eighth grade students have been busily rehearsing for their upcoming production of Seussical JR, a fantastical musical journey that brings together all of Dr. Seuss’s…
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