On March 18th, Senior & Middle School science teachers Maggie and Smith released 133 native brook trout they and their science students raised as part of the Trout in the Classroom program. The first photo shows students testing the aquarium water earlier in the year. This project gave students the chance to observe, measure, and […]
A letter from our Head of School, Smith Coleman March 23, 2020 Dear North Branch Families, As I am sure you are aware, Governor Northam has ordered public and private schools closed for the remainder of the school year. North Branch will continue with our distance learning program, but we will not be opening doors […]
#weareallinthistogether #eventhoughweareapart Teachers and students started organizing late last week for the possibility of remote learning. Everyone is amazingly upbeat and flexible as they continue school, just in a different way. Our #1 commitment is to instill a love of learning. This is another way to show students that learning can happen anytime, anywhere! Here […]
As part of their unit on energy, North Branch Middle School students created posters illustrating and explaining various types of energy. Enjoy their renderings!
Sarah Cooperman of the Rockfish Wildlife Sanctuary brought several friends from the wild to North Branch School on Thursday, November 14. The students (and adults) learned so much from her presentation. Many thanks to the News & Advance, Nelson County Times, and NBC29 for covering this event. http://bit.ly/NorthBranchWelcomesWildlife https://www.nbc29.com/clip/14950486/rockfish-wildlife-sanctuary-visits-afton-school