BCS News

2/24-28 – Highlights of the Week

A very busy week to finish out February!

 

2/24 – Professor Harhie Hahn, leader of John Hopkins Agora Democracy Institute, joined the senior economics class on Monday to share her views on mass budgeting and democracy.

 

2/24 - Professor Harhie Hahn, leader of John Hopkins Agora Democracy Institute, joined the senior economics class on Monday to share her views on mass budgeting and democracy.

 

2/26 – Photographer Emily Chan joined the internship seminar on Wednesday to share her marriage and proposals portfolio plus her small business experiences.

Photographer Emily Chan joined the internship seminar on Wednesday to share her marriage and proposals portfolio plus her small business experiences.

 

2/26 – Williamsburg Podcaster, Rosangel Perez, visited Stephen & Tamika’s Economics class on Wednesday to share her wit and wisdom about gentrification and NYC housing politics.

Williamsburg Podcaster, Rosangel Perez, visited Stephen & Tamika economics class on Wednesday to share her wit and wisdom about gentrification and NYC housing politics.

 

Our Lower Grades students continue to love the library, borrowing a ton!!  We can’t wait to see what the readership/circulation is this year!

reading in library

 

 

We are starting our Grade Robotics with Grade 7 students, to read a story and program the robot to act out the story and then share with BNS classrooms.

 

 

2/27 – Upper Grades students enjoyed their first spring ET.  Stay tuned for our longer post.

 

2/27 – Grade 6 students shared their autobiographies with each other.

 

2/28 – PE students worked on different fitness activities, including creating their own push-ups.

 

2/28 – Grade 6 students shared their Thermal Energy comics and gave each other feedback.

 

 

2/28 – Poet Sahar Muradi joined Stephen’s crew, featuring senior guests, on
Friday to share her poetry in English and Farsi.

 

 

 

2/29 – A Debate Team weekend!  Saturday was a long day, with our two veteran teams making it into elimination rounds. The resolution (“The United States should replace means-tested welfare with a universal basic income”) was a tough one but everyone persisted, had fun & learned a lot. Here are the results:

 
Novice
  • Tovi & Sidney (2-3)
  • Cyrus & Varick (3-2)
Open
  • Benji & Clyde (5-1, made it to octofinals)
  • Eliza & Elijah (5-2, made it to quarterfinals)
The last two tournaments of the year are City Championships (March 14) and State Championships (April 25-26). In addition to the Lakeland teams, Hazel, Nadia, & Isaiah are also qualified. We’re poised to end the year strong!