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Learning Updates for April 3 to April 7

Third Graders Start State Research With Great Questions Third grade state research has officially kicked off! We started the research process this year by using a modified version of the Question Formulation Technique in order to take ownership of our research. In class, students generated questions about the state they

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Athletics Update: Mountain Biking Hits the Trails for Year Two

After a successful inaugural season, the mountain biking team returns for its second season this spring. Under the tutelage of coaches Geoffrey Fox and Vlad Hucko, the squad is mixing in some fitness training, bike maintenance, and trail work into their weekly practice sessions. Second-year riders Ben Dowers and Clive

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Athletics Update: JV Teams Rounding Into Form

This spring, a trio of JV teams will be competing interscholastically for Belmont Day. The girls’ lacrosse, tennis, and ultimate programs are all fielding junior varsity teams this year and athletes are off to a great start. Eighth graders Audrey Chuang and Lydia Scharer will bring some much-needed institutional experience

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Learning Updates for March 20 to March 24

Fifth Graders Write Free Verse Poetry Over the past week, our fifth graders have been writing their own free-verse poetry. The fifth graders’ definition of free verse poetry is a poem that has no rules but requires the author to work hard at creating a piece that is beautiful and

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Learning Updates for March 13 to March 17

Seventh Grade Math Tackles Problem Sets & ChatGTP Our seventh grade mathematicians have been working on problem sets throughout the year. They have recently been exploring what it is like to work on these challenging problems with a broader mathematical community. By working together with family members, friends, and past

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Athletics Update: Sixth Grade Crushes Fitness Testing

The sixth grade class got after it in athletics this week. Whether participating in a competitive badminton tournament, some intense fitness stations, a joyous game of kickball, or the infamous beep test, each and every sixth grade athlete brought their best effort. The week culminated with the second running of

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Learning Updates for February 27 to March 3

Capstone Studio Week Was a Great Success! This week was Capstone Studio Week for our eighth graders. They had several hours each day in which to work on their Capstone projects. They were in small workgroups based all around campus, supporting each other with ideas and positivity. Arts and technology

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Learning Updates for February 13 to February 17

Fourth Grade Returns to the MFA The Museum of Fine Arts Arts Boston has opened back up to school groups, and the fourth grade wasted no time scheduling a visit! The MFA visit is a fourth grade tradition that was put on hold due to Covid so we are so

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Learning Updates for February 6 to February 10

Kindergartners Build On Their Knowledge of Architects Each year in kindergarten, we welcome student choice by holding an election in which the kindergartners can vote for the community helper they would like to learn about most. This year, our top-three community helpers were veterinarians, architects, and professional dancers. After learning

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April 7, 2023

Third Graders Start State Research With Great Questions Third grade state research has officially kicked off! We started the research process this year by using a modified version of the Question Formulation Technique in order to take ownership of our…

By John O'Neill, director of athletics |

March 31, 2023

After a successful inaugural season, the mountain biking team returns for its second season this spring. Under the tutelage of coaches Geoffrey Fox and Vlad Hucko, the squad is mixing in some fitness training, bike maintenance, and trail work into…

By John O'Neill, director of athletics |

March 24, 2023

This spring, a trio of JV teams will be competing interscholastically for Belmont Day. The girls’ lacrosse, tennis, and ultimate programs are all fielding junior varsity teams this year and athletes are off to a great start. Eighth graders Audrey…

BDS

March 24, 2023

Fifth Graders Write Free Verse Poetry Over the past week, our fifth graders have been writing their own free-verse poetry. The fifth graders’ definition of free verse poetry is a poem that has no rules but requires the author to…

BDS

March 17, 2023

Seventh Grade Math Tackles Problem Sets & ChatGTP Our seventh grade mathematicians have been working on problem sets throughout the year. They have recently been exploring what it is like to work on these challenging problems with a broader mathematical…

By John O'Neill, director of athletics |

March 10, 2023

The sixth grade class got after it in athletics this week. Whether participating in a competitive badminton tournament, some intense fitness stations, a joyous game of kickball, or the infamous beep test, each and every sixth grade athlete brought their…

BDS

March 3, 2023

Capstone Studio Week Was a Great Success! This week was Capstone Studio Week for our eighth graders. They had several hours each day in which to work on their Capstone projects. They were in small workgroups based all around campus,…

By Belmont Day School |

February 16, 2023

Fourth Grade Returns to the MFA The Museum of Fine Arts Arts Boston has opened back up to school groups, and the fourth grade wasted no time scheduling a visit! The MFA visit is a fourth grade tradition that was…

BDS

February 9, 2023

Kindergartners Build On Their Knowledge of Architects Each year in kindergarten, we welcome student choice by holding an election in which the kindergartners can vote for the community helper they would like to learn about most. This year, our top-three…
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