Boys varsity basketball is off to an impressive start with a 10-0 record midway through the season.
The next time you're at Fieldston Middle, be sure to take a look at the baby photos of faculty, staff, and students that are on display around the building.
Each student in 2G chose a body of water connected to their identity or experience and created a 3-D clay map of it.
Right before fourth graders embarked on creating their own comic strips, cartoonist Jerry Craft '80 stopped by to discuss basic drawing tips and how he illustrates stories and visually develops his characters.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in colonial times? Ever wondered what toys children played with or how they navigated the world without smart phones, or how they made ink to write letters? This week fifth graders at Ethical Culture had a chance not only to wonder, but to learn how colonists lived by investigating topics related to that time period.
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The seventh grade engineering class capped off their semester by creating a zoo of robotic creatures programmed with computers, but built from cardboard. They first learned about cardboard's value as a building material during a field trip to the Adaptive Design Association (ADA).
Recently the Ethical Issues in Science class visited NYU Langone Hospital and Bellevue Hospital to learn about the philosophies and calculations of saving lives.
Calling upper elementary and middle school teachers: Shannon McPartland and Jeannie Gargiulo will run a workshop called "Introducing the Metric System through Discovery-based Learning" on January 8.