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.
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.
Williamsburg Northside Lower School was proud to host our 5th Annual Science Fair this week! When we started this journey, there were about 10 projects total – and now we’ve expanded to include every grade in the school!
If you’ve been to the second floor at the Lower School lately, you’ve probably noticed a transformation across from the elevators. What was once our Materials Center has evolved into a MakerSpace – but what is a MakerSpace, anyways? Most …
This week on the Owl blog, meet Matt Crane and learn more about our Summer Camp options, including our new Lower School Summer Camp!
A big part of developing a deep understanding of numbers in Kindergarten is to have many experiences thinking about how numbers are related to each other in different ways.
At Williamsburg Northside, homework assignments help students to develop study routines and nurture a sense of responsibility in their own learning.