In 1641, a man named Willem Kieft was sent by the board of directors of the Dutch West India Company to serve as the Director General of the New Amsterdam colony.
Lower School students’ work in Social Studies is the starting point for project-based learning, helps to form classroom culture as students learn to respect and admire other people and places, and serves as an integration point for other subjects.
Greetings, Northside families! As this will be the final blog of the school year, I would like to thank you for reading along on all of our adventures.
Greetings from Camp Sloane! Last week, our 5th grade class escaped the city for two days and three nights of outdoor education, personal challenges and team building experiences.
3rd Graders have been learning more about the Amazon rainforest to connect with ongoing social studies project work on South America.
You might have heard that Middle Schoolers love drama – and it’s true! But no, we’re not talking about drama as a form of gossip. Actually, our 5th graders truly have a love for theater!
In this week’s blog, Narwhal’s Head Teacher Natalie Connor leads us through the development of a Prekindergarten project on construction.
4th Graders engage in the world of data and begin to learn concepts such as mean, median, mode, and range.
What is power play, and how can adults facilitate a healthy experience for young children? Find out on this week’s Owl Blog!
Last week, our upper elementary classes traveled north to Ward Pound Reservation to release the trout we have been raising in the science lab this year.