We enjoyed many and varied presentations at Friday’s assembly. First up was Oscar’s Son y Sabor (Rhythm and flavor) elective, comprised of 6 seniors (one was at a swim meet, so Oscar substituted). From Oscar: “The main goal of this elective was learning and practicing Latin-American dances like Cumbia, Merengue and Salsa. February is the […]
The celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and works culminated in last Friday’s assembly. Students and teachers spent the week studying his works, going out into the community to volunteer, and drawing, singing and writing about ways to change the world for the better. Here is Krista’s Primary One class reciting a poem they […]
For the past month, Maggie’s 5th-6th grade science class has been doing a unit on Arthropods. The students all made a model of their favorite type of arthropod – the creatures were not real-life species, instead the students created their own hybrid within a realistic framework. Thus we had soda-can bugs, disco ball spiders, “Blind […]
The first week of school was rainy due to a tropical storm, but when the sun finally came out, students enjoyed a game of Capture The Flag on the field: There will be a more detailed post on this later, but Maggie’s middle school science class has been analyzing data from the anemometer in our […]
We began the first week of school with hurricane remnants. This picture was taken on the first truly sunny day we had since returning. The students were playing Capture the Flag with Oscar during Spanish Games. By today, it was raining again. That did not deter Jebb and the newly formed NBS soccer team.