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On January 27, Fieldston Lower came together to celebrate the life, work, and philosophy of non-violent activism of Dr. King at its annual Martin Luther King Peace and Justice Assembly.
Here, captured on video, are the stories of four alumni pairs, how they got together, and how Fieldston has influenced them over the years. Enjoy!
Fieldston's boys varsity basketball team recently completed one of the school's greatest regular seasons ever. The team finished with a record of 20-3 by beating Dwight (74-57) in their final home game of the regular season on Monday.
Athletics director/football coach/Fieldston alumnus Gus Ornstein has been named one of 50 national winners of Positive Coaching Alliance's 2017 Double-Goal Coach Award.
Upper school history teacher Jim Cullen writes about the importance of reading history in the online journal startingpointjournal.com.
Ben Altschuler '18 was chosen to present his research on brain lateralization at the New York City Science and Engineering Fair on March 5, and his classmate Ben Ginsburg's '18 documentary was selected as Best Local Documentary at the movies4movies film festival, to be held in Dobbs Ferry on February 25.
This year's seventh-grade Human Geography class has been driven by current events, including the presidential election, immigration, natural-resource allocation--and, most recently, the international refugee crisis.
This week EC fourth graders began a new STEAM unit, where they are learning how to create and operate their own circuits.
A group of upper school students went "on exchange" this past Monday to Keio Academy, a Japanese high school in Westchester, where they had the opportunity to meet their Japanese peers, develop personal connections, and learn about Japanese culture.