The Northeast Native American Museum

On May 30th, the third grade at Ethical Culture presented the museum of the Northeast Native Americans. Third graders displayed their final writing pieces, which included myths and legends, as well as personal narratives where students wrote from a tribe member's view.

Grand Opening of The Bird Museum

First grade's grand opening of the "Bird Museum" was a hit! Students in both 1S and 1L presented their work in this much-anticipated culminating event.

The 2018 Voyage à Québec

Over the years, the Québec Trip has become an institution for Middle School French students. Although it usually is an 8th grade trip, this year's trip included 7th graders as well. The 2018 trip to Québec certainly lived up to its expectations and was nothing short of an adventure.

A Carnival To Remember

To walk around P.S. 146's Special Needs School Carnival on Friday, May 18th, was to see the power of child's play. Edible jewelry-making and face-painting stations, a DJ booth (led by a Venom-clad parent volunteer), popcorn and cotton-candy tables, and even a makeshift dance floor turned the Spanish Harlem school's gymnasium into a raucous, kid-friendly celebration.

Fifth Grade Spanish Book Publishing Party

Ceremonial Hall was bustling with around 100 members of the Ethical Culture community. The event was a Spanish fifth grade publishing party. As part of a long-standing Ethical Culture tradition, students in Joan Singer's Spanish class write and illustrate picture books en español for children in Guatemalan schools who have minimal or no access to books. The NGO that runs the school is Las Manos de Cristine.

Fieldston Lower Third Graders Celebrate Native American Culture at Picnic

This week third grade students at Fieldston Lower culminated the end of the year with a picnic and curriculum presentations. Before students gathered for food and merriment, they had the chance to showcase various aspects of their work in social studies this year. The third grade curriculum revolves around a study of the history and culture of the Eastern Woodland People.

Katherine Holabird, author of Angelina Ballerina visits EC

Katherine Holabird, author of the Angelina Ballerina series, visited Jo-Ann Solata's second grade class last week. Angelina Ballerina, based on Holabird's daughter, was a hit among the class. Prior to Holabird's visit, students had a chance to read books from the series.

A Look at EthicalMUN

An overview of EthicalMUN, by conference organizers Theo Dassin '20 and Iva Knezevic '20.