Mark your calendars for the 11th Annual ECFS Benefit - The Orange Party - on Saturday, February 25, 2017. Visit www.ecfsbenefit.org for more information and to buy your tickets. Help make this a night to remember!
At a forum sponsored by the ECFS All-School Multicultural Committee and the P+T on November 15, principals from ECFS's four divisions discussed broadening diverse viewpoints throughout the PreK-grade 12 curricula and the school community in general.
Students considered the double-edged sword of having the world at their fingertips with constant internet access and personal electronics.
Grocery stores serve a pivotal purpose. They are places where we get our food, connect with neighbors, and learn about new ingredients that can help show off our culinary skills. For EC third graders, grocery stores also serve as places to learn math.
The Fieldston hockey team began its 2016-2017 season in unique fashion, by participating in the "Brooklyn Beanpot" tournament at the Barclays Center.
Students in Michael Wilkinson's fourth-grade science class have been engaged in a series of investigations exploring the pigments in leaves. They hypothesized that there must be something in light that causes chlorophyll, the green pigment in plants, to be expressed. To test their hypothesis, they designed a series of investigations, growing seedlings in different lighting conditions.
The essay advocates for strengthening our educational system and creating a cultural change toward building compassion and empathy between people of different backgrounds.
The first section of Fieldston Lower's new space--including an Adler Lab, dedicated to engineering, tinkering, art, and other disciplines--was completed this fall.
Class 2SJ read to local seniors on November 1, and will continue building this relationship by visiting the Hamilton Senior Center once a week throughout the school year.
Fieldston Lower's Celebration of Books kicks off this morning with a vast array of age-appropriate books.