This GratiTUdESDAY also happens to be the day of the North Branch Thanksgiving Soup & Program. The children, with the help of some parents, have chopped enough vegetables to make a soup that feeds our students and their families. Join us for this North Branch tradition that includes some familiar songs – Tis A Gift […]
Middle School students, representing six different civilizations, presented evidence about why they were the first (non-Native) explorers to discover America. During today’s presentation, we heard from the Japanese Komon Civilization (3,000 B.C.), Hoei Shin, a Chinese explorer from 451 A.D., Irish monks representing St. Brendan from 551 A.D., Leif Ericsson and the Vikings (1,000 A.D.), […]
Here is a clip from the recent middle school play – showing the princes in fierce competition for the crown. My favorite part is the whining during the “horse” race.
Jon’s Senior class opened the morning with the biennial Mayan Market. Every other year, Seniors study the Mayans and their culture. They spent several weeks learning about the Mayans and how they lived, their gods, beliefs and foods. They each picked a god to study and came to the market in costume. They also prepared […]
The Middle School presented the play The Princess King yesterday. It was quite funny and very well done. Congratulations to all the students and their directors! More pictures and video to come, but here’s a preview. Thank you very much to Tandem Friends school for hosting us!