On October 8, NBS students helped JumpStart set a world record by having more than 1,000,000 people read the same book on the same day. Students read The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle with their teachers and with other students, and teachers found ways to bring the caterpillar’s story and character into activities all […]
The seniors and middle schoolers (and of course, the teachers) are thrilled with the spacious, bright new building. We were fortunate to have a gorgeous first week – clear skies and temperatures in the 70s – so the students were able to enjoy the outside as they settled back into the routines of school. The […]
On this particular morning, shortly after the bell rang, students were involved in a variety of projects. They ranged from glue and construction paper to creating electrical charges to discussion of Greek literature. Seniors in Maggie’s science class spent the morning learning about and then experimenting with electrical charges. Head teacher Charlotte Zinsser Booth and […]
In a relatively new tradition, students gather on a spring morning to run the mile. Nursery students, parents and teachers cheered on the rest of the school as they ran five laps around the field. Various dogs, teachers, parents and siblings also joined in. Watch for professional photos of the run from Stephanie Gross soon.
Students at North Branch have performed the play St. George and The Dragon since the school was founded. It is a popular and much-loved annual tradition, attended by both current students and their families, as well as many alumni. The plot remains the same from year to year, but many of the songs, skits and […]