Spring Break: April 3-7


  • March 14, 2023

    Pi Day Activities & Giving

    North Branch School students will celebrate Pi Day (3/14) with lots of math activities, including creating a paper chain of Pi decimals. Stay tuned to see how long the chain…
  • October 24, 2022

    The Average Senior

    While every child is exceptional in their own way, when it comes to Math, there is such a thing as an "average" student. In this case, the Seniors (5th- and…
  • July 23, 2021

    Math Philosophy and Practice

      It's July. Why are the teachers pictured here, and two more joining via the computer, gathered? Because they chose to spend a week pulling together the strands of the…
    Posted in: Academics, Math
  • February 21, 2021

    Building Bridges

    The 5th and 6th graders put their engineering, construction, and problem-solving skills to work building bridges. First, they chose a type of bridge - truss, suspension, beam, cantilever, arch, cable-stayed…
  • May 24, 2019

    A To-Scale Model of The Friend Ship

    What is hands-on learning? Here's a great example. Maggie's Pre-Algebra class worked on this to-scale replica of the Friend Ship on and off all year. It was finished during the…
    Posted in: Academics, Math
  • September 12, 2014

    Assembly time, September 12

    Margaret's math group has been working hard to figure out old they are.  Of course, these 10- and 11- year-olds know their age in years, but Margaret challenged them to…
    Posted in: Assembly

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