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Athletics News, February 14

Volleyball Aces Second Season Led by head coach Ellie Brennan, the volleyball team made tremendous strides this winter and is now poised to consider a shift to interscholastic competition next year. In their second season of intramurals, the team grew from 13 to 23 players and competed in weekly games

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Athletics News, February 7

Veteran Wrestlers Shine against Belmont Hill In only their second year on the mat, Belmont Day tri-captains Xander Lightbody, Evan Seymour, and Theo von Gottberg all wrestled strong this week against Belmont Hill. Lightbody and von Gottberg both recorded big wins, while Seymour lost a heartbreaker after a gritty performance.

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Student Seeks Medical Supply Donations for China

For grade six student Lucy Zhang, the outbreak of the coronavirus and the threat of its spreading from China to the rest of the world is an immediate and very real concern. Something more than a passing news story that might grab her attention for just a moment before losing

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Athletics News, January 31

Girls’ JV Basketball Continues to Roll With a pair of victories against Newton Country Day School and Dedham Country Day this week, the girls’ JV basketball team extended their winning steak to four in a row. Currently, at 4-1 on the season, the team has used a balanced attack to

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Arts News, January 30

Back to the Future Using Microsoft MakeCode Arcade which is a web-based code editor, middle school students in the games programming arts elective are creating retro arcade games. We have delved into six of the most common level design patterns present in 2D videogames. Who needs 4K (4096 x 2160

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Middle School Clubs: Choice and Exploration

Pop Knitting, Model U.N., Dungeons and Dragons, and Brush Lettering and Calligraphy—these are some of the clubs options available for middle schoolers this semester. Comprised of mixed-grade groups, middle school clubs meet weekly and are led by faculty and staff who have expertise in or share a passion for a particular

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Athletics News, January 24

New Winter Offering Takes Hold After launching wrestling and volleyball a year ago, Belmont Day athletics added yet another winter offering this year. Geared towards students who are seeking a break from traditional team sports, the Intramural Games & Adventures curriculum has provided an alternative athletic experience where students can

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Athletics News, January 17

Fencing Remains Undefeated With a commanding 16-11 win over the International School of Boston, the fencing team kept their unblemished record intact and will roll into next week’s showdown against Beaver with momentum on their side. Despite losing sabre (4-5) and foil (4-5) the epee squad propelled the team to

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Arts News, January 16

Making it Move! Seventh and eighth grade students in the Kinetic Sculpture arts elective class are currently exploring how to use air as an integral component in their sculptural work. Students began the term by investigating various types of sculptures they had seen in person, which included local examples of

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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

February 14, 2020

Volleyball Aces Second Season Led by head coach Ellie Brennan, the volleyball team made tremendous strides this winter and is now poised to consider a shift to interscholastic competition next year. In their second season of intramurals, the team grew…
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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

February 7, 2020

Veteran Wrestlers Shine against Belmont Hill In only their second year on the mat, Belmont Day tri-captains Xander Lightbody, Evan Seymour, and Theo von Gottberg all wrestled strong this week against Belmont Hill. Lightbody and von Gottberg both recorded big…
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By Belmont Day School |

January 31, 2020

For grade six student Lucy Zhang, the outbreak of the coronavirus and the threat of its spreading from China to the rest of the world is an immediate and very real concern. Something more than a passing news story that…
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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

January 31, 2020

Girls’ JV Basketball Continues to Roll With a pair of victories against Newton Country Day School and Dedham Country Day this week, the girls’ JV basketball team extended their winning steak to four in a row. Currently, at 4-1 on…
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By Kurt Robinson, innovation and art teacher |

January 30, 2020

Back to the Future Using Microsoft MakeCode Arcade which is a web-based code editor, middle school students in the games programming arts elective are creating retro arcade games. We have delved into six of the most common level design patterns…

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January 28, 2020

Pop Knitting, Model U.N., Dungeons and Dragons, and Brush Lettering and Calligraphy—these are some of the clubs options available for middle schoolers this semester. Comprised of mixed-grade groups, middle school clubs meet weekly and are led by faculty and staff who…
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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

January 24, 2020

New Winter Offering Takes Hold After launching wrestling and volleyball a year ago, Belmont Day athletics added yet another winter offering this year. Geared towards students who are seeking a break from traditional team sports, the Intramural Games & Adventures…
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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

January 17, 2020

Fencing Remains Undefeated With a commanding 16-11 win over the International School of Boston, the fencing team kept their unblemished record intact and will roll into next week’s showdown against Beaver with momentum on their side. Despite losing sabre (4-5)…
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By Anne Armstrong, Visual Arts Teacher and Arts Coordinator |

January 16, 2020

Making it Move! Seventh and eighth grade students in the Kinetic Sculpture arts elective class are currently exploring how to use air as an integral component in their sculptural work. Students began the term by investigating various types of sculptures…
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