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BNS/BCS Poetry Reading of Maya Angelou’s “On the Pulse of Morning”
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BNS/BCS Poetry Reading of Maya Angelou’s “On the Pulse of Morning”

The BCS/BNS Librarians (Amanda Clarke, Susan Westover, Karen Klein) proudly present: BNS/BCS Poetry Reading of Maya Angelou’s “On the Pulse of Morning”. Many members of our BNS/BCS community embraced and supported this project, though the majority did not appear on film. Educators, administrators, building staff, BNS and BCS families, students and other members of our special … Continue reading

1/31 – Lower Grades Intensives Update
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1/31 – Lower Grades Intensives Update

EL Education students learn from fieldwork, experts, and service in addition to learning from text. They use the natural and social environments of their communities as sites for purposeful fieldwork and service connected to academic work, and they use professional experts and citizens with firsthand knowledge of events and issues to ensure accuracy, integrity, and … Continue reading

1/19 – “Looking for a Better Argument” Expo was a success!
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1/19 – “Looking for a Better Argument” Expo was a success!

Students from the Looking for a Better Argument (LFBA) elective participated in their end-of-the-semester expo, inviting community members and students into our classroom to discuss, debate, and learn about a variety of topics from equal pay for women, cell phone use for students, and college, among others.  It was a great success, with parents, staff, … Continue reading