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Learning Updates for October 2 to October 6

Down to the Cellular Level in Seventh Grade Science Cells are considered the basic units of life which is where seventh grade begins their year of science. For the first significant science lab of the year, students are learning how to use microscopes while also taking a closer look at

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Athletics Update: Volleyball Making Noise In Inaugural Season

If you listen closely you can hear the chatter in the middle school volleyball community about the new team from Belmont Day. In their first interscholastic season, Belmont Day opened their campaign with a pair of wins against BB&N and Shady Hill, and took a talented Southfield team to three

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Learning Updates for September 25 to September 29

Middle School Spanish Students Honor Hispanic Heritage Month Hispanic Heritage Month is a national celebration to recognize the contribution of the Hispanic and Latinx communities to the United States. Middle school Spanish students at Belmont Day are showing joy and respect by honoring the language and culture of the Hispanic

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Learning Updates for September 18 to September 22

Update: Special Delivery from the White House!   In the spring, our first grade students (now awesome second graders!) learned how to write and mail letters as part of a letter-writing unit. They learned the structure of a letter, how to share about themselves, how to ask questions, and how

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Learning Updates for September 11 to 15

Second Graders See Themselves, Classmates In second grade, we have been working on building our community and using our collective intelligence to create norms and guidelines to ensure friendship, fun, and learning for all. After reading This Plus That, Life’s Little Equations by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, we created our own

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Athletics Update: Volleyball Begins New Chapter

After a handful of years as an intramural sport, volleyball is taking its show on the road and will take on interscholastic competition this year. The transition has moved the sport from the winter to fall season and attracted 23 middle school athletes into the program. Leading the way for

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Welcoming New Associate Teachers

Join us in welcoming our 2023-2024 Associate Teacher Program (ATP) cohort! Our five new associates have been on campus since last week, participating in orientation, faculty meetings, and classroom set-up and planning with their mentor teachers. This fall, associates will be working and learning in our early childhood, elementary, and

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Learning Updates for May 29 to June 2

Seventh Graders Explore Many Dimensions in Math As seventh grade students wrap up their last math unit of the year, they’re expanding on some geometric ideas to think beyond the two and three-dimensional figures from their workbooks. What would a four-dimensional figure be like? How can we think about the

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Learning Updates for May 1 to May 5

PE Update: Flinging Frisbees During our frisbee unit in physical education, our students get to fling it all: foam frisbees, beamos, plastic discs, and even giant frisbees that we launch onto Claflin from the top of the hill behind the tennis courts in order to set distance records. And in the

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October 6, 2023

Down to the Cellular Level in Seventh Grade Science Cells are considered the basic units of life which is where seventh grade begins their year of science. For the first significant science lab of the year, students are learning how…

By John O'Neill, director of athletics |

October 6, 2023

If you listen closely you can hear the chatter in the middle school volleyball community about the new team from Belmont Day. In their first interscholastic season, Belmont Day opened their campaign with a pair of wins against BB&N and…

BDS

September 29, 2023

Middle School Spanish Students Honor Hispanic Heritage Month Hispanic Heritage Month is a national celebration to recognize the contribution of the Hispanic and Latinx communities to the United States. Middle school Spanish students at Belmont Day are showing joy and…

BDS

September 22, 2023

Update: Special Delivery from the White House!   In the spring, our first grade students (now awesome second graders!) learned how to write and mail letters as part of a letter-writing unit. They learned the structure of a letter, how…

BDS

September 15, 2023

Second Graders See Themselves, Classmates In second grade, we have been working on building our community and using our collective intelligence to create norms and guidelines to ensure friendship, fun, and learning for all. After reading This Plus That, Life’s…

By John O'Neill, director of athletics |

September 15, 2023

After a handful of years as an intramural sport, volleyball is taking its show on the road and will take on interscholastic competition this year. The transition has moved the sport from the winter to fall season and attracted 23…

BDS

September 8, 2023

Join us in welcoming our 2023-2024 Associate Teacher Program (ATP) cohort! Our five new associates have been on campus since last week, participating in orientation, faculty meetings, and classroom set-up and planning with their mentor teachers. This fall, associates will…

By Belmont Day School |

June 2, 2023

Seventh Graders Explore Many Dimensions in Math As seventh grade students wrap up their last math unit of the year, they’re expanding on some geometric ideas to think beyond the two and three-dimensional figures from their workbooks. What would a…

BDS

May 5, 2023

PE Update: Flinging Frisbees During our frisbee unit in physical education, our students get to fling it all: foam frisbees, beamos, plastic discs, and even giant frisbees that we launch onto Claflin from the top of the hill behind the…
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