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
The Junior class is studying the land, culture, and history of the United States all year long. Much of the first part of the year was spent learning about Native Americans from a variety of regions. In teams, the 3rd- and 4th-graders created dioramas depicting early Native American life. Each diorama represents a different geographical […]
Joan of Arc: saint or heretic? hero or traitor? These were the questions at hand as the NBS 7th & 8th graders represented either the prosecution or defense team or portrayed historical witnesses as Joan faced charges of heresy and treason. Both charges had ample evidence on both sides, making this an intriguing and exciting […]
The first days of school are an exciting time for our older students too!