For one morning last week, Upper School student and faculty attention shifted from classroom learning to a different kind of learning, environmental education. The annual Eco Bash devoted a morning to raising awareness for sustainability, climate change, and green initiatives.
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The fortune cookie in America is perhaps one of the most recognizable homages to Chinese culture. But as students in Upper School Chinese teacher Yinong Yang's class learned earlier this February, in many parts of China, the fortune cookie is not even a recognized part of the culture.
Middle School students spent their last community time before winter break traveling the world from the confines of their own campus. With passports for stamping in hand, students chose from more than 15 different informational sessions held by Middle School faculty...
On October 16, the Middle School launched a new field trip. Seventh graders participated in the first ever Heading Home Day of Service. Students watched and discussed, A Place at the Table, a documentary about hunger and food insecurity in America.
The fourth grade team—homeroom teachers Christina DelloRusso and Louisa Connaughton—and science teacher Maria Elena Derrien were fortunate to be able to participate in an intensive course on climate change during the summer of 2018.
A BB&N team joined more than 40 other participants for the fifth Global Citizenship Institute (GCI), held at St. Mark's School in Southborough, MA, from July 8 through 14.