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Head of School Elected to AISNE Leadership

Congratulations to Brendan Largay, Belmont Day’s head of school, for his recent election to serve as secretary of the board of the Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE). Brendan has served on the AISNE board since 2018 and as secretary will join the board’s executive committee. Also in his service

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Lessons for Offsite Learning from Global Online Academy

Over the summer, many members of the Belmont Day faculty, including the entire middle school teaching team, attended the Global Online Academy (GOA). The goal of this shared professional development experience was to sharpen our approach and skills with online learning. As planned, we are now in a period of offsite

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Leana Endowment Grant Recipients Announced

Head of School Brendan Largay is delighted to announce the 2020-21 recipients of the Lenesa Leana Endowment for Innovative and Collaborative Education. Established in 2011, the endowment supports the multidimensional ways that our community comes together to explore, develop, and implement innovation, all the while upholding the values at our heart. Alice Henry,

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Associate Teacher Awarded the June T. Fox Scholarship Award

Lauren Catalano Wins Honor From Lesley University Lauren Catalano, a member of the 2019-20 associate teacher cohort, is the recipient of the 2020 June T. Fox Scholarship Award given on behalf of the June Fox Lecture Series Committee and the Lesley University Graduate School of Education. The committee recognizes only

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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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The Value of Joining AISNE Accreditation Teams

As a longstanding member of the Association of Independent Schools of New England (AISNE), Belmont Day is committed to maintaining the highest standards and we embrace the shared and continuous pursuit of excellence across the independent school landscape. A core responsibility as an AISNE member is participation in the accreditation

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Associate Teacher Receives Honor

Congratulations to associate teacher, Emily Davis, who was recently honored as the recipient of Lesley University’s Graduate School of Education June Fox Scholarship Award for 2019. Given once a year to one member of Lesley’s Collaborative Residency Program, the award recognizes outstanding work with children, interest in building equity in the classroom, and

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Associate Teacher Program to Host Technology Course

On March 2 and 3, teaching interns/apprentices from both BB&N and Shady Hill School will be joining our own cohort of associate teachers for a two-day course entitled “Designing a New Context For Learning.” The lead instructor will be Dan Riles, technology integration specialist at the Brookwood School.  Modeling best-practices by starting

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By Belmont Day School |

February 16, 2022

Congratulations to Brendan Largay, Belmont Day’s head of school, for his recent election to serve as secretary of the board of the Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE). Brendan has served on the AISNE board since 2018 and…
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By Liz Gray, Middle School Head |

November 30, 2020

Over the summer, many members of the Belmont Day faculty, including the entire middle school teaching team, attended the Global Online Academy (GOA). The goal of this shared professional development experience was to sharpen our approach and skills with online learning.…

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August 4, 2020

Head of School Brendan Largay is delighted to announce the 2020-21 recipients of the Lenesa Leana Endowment for Innovative and Collaborative Education. Established in 2011, the endowment supports the multidimensional ways that our community comes together to explore, develop, and implement innovation, all…
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By Heather Woodcock, Director of the Associate Teacher Program |

May 15, 2020

Lauren Catalano Wins Honor From Lesley University Lauren Catalano, a member of the 2019-20 associate teacher cohort, is the recipient of the 2020 June T. Fox Scholarship Award given on behalf of the June Fox Lecture Series Committee and the…
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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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December 16, 2019

As a longstanding member of the Association of Independent Schools of New England (AISNE), Belmont Day is committed to maintaining the highest standards and we embrace the shared and continuous pursuit of excellence across the independent school landscape. A core…

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April 8, 2019

Congratulations to associate teacher, Emily Davis, who was recently honored as the recipient of Lesley University’s Graduate School of Education June Fox Scholarship Award for 2019. Given once a year to one member of Lesley’s Collaborative Residency Program, the award recognizes outstanding work…
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By Heather Woodcock, Director of the Associate Teacher Program |

February 22, 2019

On March 2 and 3, teaching interns/apprentices from both BB&N and Shady Hill School will be joining our own cohort of associate teachers for a two-day course entitled “Designing a New Context For Learning.” The lead instructor will be Dan…
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