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Students Attend Global Leadership Conference

On October 6, thirteen middle school students took part in the Global Leadership Conference at Suffolk University sponsored by the United Nations Association of Greater Boston. At this Model UN event, about 200 middle and high school students learned about the issue of cholera in Haïti and were assigned countries

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Athletics News, October 11

Cross Country Remains Undefeated On a day when every other team canceled their games due to the ominous forecast, cross-country braved the cold temps and blustery conditions while hosting Shady Hill and Charles River. As it turned out, it was a banner day for the Blue & Gold, with 18

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Arts News, October 10

Exploring the Fiber Arts Students in the grades 7 and 8 arts electives, “Fiber Explosion” are working with different materials to explore macrame, knitting, felting, and crotchet techniques. This week, students were finishing their exploration of wool fibers to create felt. They learned about both wet felting (using water, soap,

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Arts News, October 4

Developing Characters in Improv Elective The seventh and eighth grade students in this year’s improvisation class have been working hard on developing characters and expressing emotions. Improv scenes are more captivating to watch when they involve one crucial element: emotion. Feeling emotions in improv enables audiences to enjoy a deeper

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Athletics News, October 4

Field Hockey Falls to Pike The field hockey team had its best showing of the fall season against Pike this week. The game was much closer than the 3-1 final indicted, and head coach Abbey Nyland was happy with the way her team performed. Eighth grader Michelle Mejia-Levy netted the

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Arts News, September 27

Building Prototypes to Address Global Issues Middle school students in Mr. Robinson’s global goals class began prototyping their projects this week. The students’ ideas for problem-solving models focused on a range of environmental challenges. From coding a soil sensor to test moisture levels to building a boat to filter microplastics

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Athletics News, September 26

Varsity Football Comes Up Short on Final Play The varsity flag football team dropped a heartbreaker to Park (33-26) this week. Trailing by a score with under a minute to play, the Blue & Gold had multiple chances at the end zone before time expired, but couldn’t connect. Michael Timmins

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Middle School Clubs: Choice and Exploration

Mountain biking, Model U.N., Yearbook, and Magic: The Gathering—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 topic or activity.

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Athletics News, September 20

Noble, Friedbauer Both Strike Twice in 5-1 Win After taking a 1-0 lead into the half, the girls’ varsity soccer team exploded for four goals in the second frame on their way to a commanding 5-1 win over DCD in their season opener. In front of a supportive home crowd,

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Arts News, September 19

Studying Ancient Laughs In Ms. Dempsey’s theater arts elective, The History of Comedy, seventh and eighth graders are learning about the origins of western comedy and its influence through the ages. In an introduction to Greek theatre, they examined the differences between tragedy and comedy. The students also learned how

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October 11, 2019

On October 6, thirteen middle school students took part in the Global Leadership Conference at Suffolk University sponsored by the United Nations Association of Greater Boston. At this Model UN event, about 200 middle and high school students learned about…
bds athletics news 101119web

By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

October 11, 2019

Cross Country Remains Undefeated On a day when every other team canceled their games due to the ominous forecast, cross-country braved the cold temps and blustery conditions while hosting Shady Hill and Charles River. As it turned out, it was…
bds arts news 5 101019

By Kathy Jo Solomon, Visual Arts Teacher |

October 10, 2019

Exploring the Fiber Arts Students in the grades 7 and 8 arts electives, “Fiber Explosion” are working with different materials to explore macrame, knitting, felting, and crotchet techniques. This week, students were finishing their exploration of wool fibers to create…
bds arts news 11 100419

By Christopher Parsons, Theater Arts Teacher |

October 4, 2019

Developing Characters in Improv Elective The seventh and eighth grade students in this year’s improvisation class have been working hard on developing characters and expressing emotions. Improv scenes are more captivating to watch when they involve one crucial element: emotion.…
bds athletics news 100419web

By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

October 4, 2019

Field Hockey Falls to Pike The field hockey team had its best showing of the fall season against Pike this week. The game was much closer than the 3-1 final indicted, and head coach Abbey Nyland was happy with the…
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By Kurt Robinson, Innovation and Art Teacher |

September 27, 2019

Building Prototypes to Address Global Issues Middle school students in Mr. Robinson’s global goals class began prototyping their projects this week. The students’ ideas for problem-solving models focused on a range of environmental challenges. From coding a soil sensor to…
bds athletics news 092619web

By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

September 26, 2019

Varsity Football Comes Up Short on Final Play The varsity flag football team dropped a heartbreaker to Park (33-26) this week. Trailing by a score with under a minute to play, the Blue & Gold had multiple chances at the…

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September 20, 2019

Mountain biking, Model U.N., Yearbook, and Magic: The Gathering—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…
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By John O'Neill, Director of Athletics |

September 20, 2019

Noble, Friedbauer Both Strike Twice in 5-1 Win After taking a 1-0 lead into the half, the girls’ varsity soccer team exploded for four goals in the second frame on their way to a commanding 5-1 win over DCD in…
bds arts news 4 091919scoop

By Susan Dempsey, Theater Arts Teacher |

September 19, 2019

Studying Ancient Laughs In Ms. Dempsey’s theater arts elective, The History of Comedy, seventh and eighth graders are learning about the origins of western comedy and its influence through the ages. In an introduction to Greek theatre, they examined the…
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