Middle and high school students collaborated on cleaning up various parts of the Bronx River in honor of Earth Day on April 22. Throughout the day, the students collected dozens of bags of trash both in and around the river.
Recognizing the opportunity for improvement, taking risks to create solutions that add value or serve a need.
Acting and inspiring others to work toward a positive outcome.
Engaging in a disciplined process to deepen understanding, evaluate possibilities, or construct a reasoned judgment.
Becoming informed and acting to make an impact in small and large ways.
A group of eight graduate students have been embedded in several elementary school classrooms to support students’ needs as part of the Teacher Residency program at the Bronxville School.
Bronxville Middle School seventh graders wrapped dozens of gifts for children of the Graham Windham School in Hastings-on-Hudson. As part of a longstanding holiday tradition, the students earned money to purchase the gifts from a wish list before wrapping them together on Dec. 14 and Dec. 17 during their advisory classes.
Focusing on different things that bring them happiness – from exercise to napping, listening to music and talking with friends – sixth graders drew images in their journals as part of Lisa DeSanto’s Guidance Seminar class.
Equipped with solid wood pieces, saws and rulers, eighth graders put their science skills to the test to design and build small table prototypes. The hands-on project was the culmination of an authentic learning unit that science teachers Jean Windels and Jennifer Zopp developed for their students.
Equipped with various tools and measurement instruments, Bronxville seventh graders took on the role of scientists and collected data along the Bronx River at Scout Field during a recent outdoor lesson.
Bronxville High School students showcased their school pride with a homecoming pep rally at Chambers Field on Oct. 1.
As eighth graders sat at their desks in art teacher Jackie D’Arco’s newly renovated classroom, they diligently worked to create realistic drawings of a meaningful object of their choice. They used the value scale, as well as a variety of drawing pencils and shading techniques to complete their compositions.
Bronxville Middle School students began their regular session of the new school year in person on Sept. 9. Principal Dr. Thomas Wilson said the students rose to the challenges and adjusted well to changes and some temporary classrooms due to the recent flooding of the building’s first floor, caused by Hurricane Ida.