The Maker Space is one of the Technology Department's latest initiatives, and it fits into the larger context of the philosophy of technology in the classroom at the Middle School.
This year's Middle School Girls Math Collaborative was an afternoon of problem-solving, teamwork, and lots of fun!
Four birds of prey –a Barn Owl, Great Horned Owl, Red Tailed Hawk, and a Turkey Vulture –visited the Middle School this week during Community Time.
Lower and Middle School students finished out 2017 with captivating performances.
Mindful Lunch at the Middle School evolved about 5 years ago out of realization that kids were expressing an interest and also a need for more ways to “de-stress.”
Pedestrians in Cambridge may look twice as they stroll by Central Square’s Sonnet Park this fall. They may think twice as well, if Middle School art teacher Sasha Bergmann has it her way.
Topping bowls of ice cream with all variety of treats, Middle School students gathered last week for that most delicious of traditions, the annual Middle School ice cream social.
The BB&N Middle School Closing Ceremony, held on June 7th at the Nicholas Athletic Center, marked an important milestone for the 88 eighth graders making the transition to high school
When BB&N's Director of Information Technology Demetri Orlando used the phrase, "Apples Up," at a faculty meeting earlier this year, Ethan Rossiter '93 was inspired. The Middle School English teacher, who is also a children's music practitioner, immediately began marinating the concept for musical treatment.
Harnessing their inner rock stars, BB&N middle schoolers took to the stage this spring for a rollicking performance of the play, School of Rock the Musical.
...In the Middle School, the Library Learning Commons, known as the LLC, hums with activity...
BB&N Middle Schoolers recently garnered a silver medal at The Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild middle school drama festival. Hosted by the Winthrop Middle School, the event featured numerous performances by area schools, including BB&N's production of OMG (Opposite Machine Gadget.