The annual Thanksgiving program and dinner was held tonight at North Branch. Soup as been cooking for days, with the guidance of Elizabeth Ferrall and Mary Marshall. The younger students all took turns in the kitchen chopping vegetables, making butter or bringing in cider and the older students made cornbread and helped set up for […]
At yesterday’s assembly, the Junior (3rd-4th grade) class ended their unit on Native Americans with an amazing presentation of dioramas, costumes and a song. Earlier in the day, Jess’ class had a Native American feast that featured food eaten 500 years ago: venison, berries, squash, beans, fish and more. At assembly, the class presented their […]
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.
There were so many activities at school today for Earth Day that I am going to break them up into several posts. However, I wanted to put this one up right away. During the afternoon Earth Day assembly, the students, teachers and audience sang “This Pretty Planet.” We sing this song every year on Earth […]