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 20 talented Bronxville School students have been selected to perform with All-County music ensembles by the Westchester County School Music Association for its 2024 festival concerts in March.
Bronxville Middle School students recently engaged in powerful lessons on sustainability through the generous support of the PTA Sustainability Committee.
Equipped with a variety of laboratory equipment, Bronxville Middle School eighth graders conducted science experiments that challenged them to separate different substances during the annual “sludge” test, a tradition at the Bronxville School for the last 50 years.
Bronxville Middle School eighth graders have been developing their coding skills in computer science teacher Nicole Ricci’s classes.
Seventh graders, who have delved into the world of radio waves, created their own communication devices and unique games. Under the guidance of computer science teacher Nicole Ricci, they transformed their knowledge into action.
Sixth graders have embarked on an exciting journey with Micro:bit version 1, creating codes and algorithms. Through the hands-on exploration in computer science teacher Nicole Ricci’s classes, they crafted their own game boards, digital dice and different digital modalities to keep the game engaging for all players. The learning experience enhanced the students’ creativity, fostered innovation and promoted collaboration.
Bronxville Middle School seventh graders demonstrated their commitment to community by wrapping more than 120 gifts for the children of the Graham Windham School in Hastings-on-Hudson. In keeping with a longstanding tradition, the students earned money to purchase the items from a wish list, which they wrapped during their advisory classes on Dec. 13 and Dec. 18.
In an engaging literary exploration, sixth graders worked on strategies for pulling themes out of literature. After reading “The Giver” by Lois Lowery as a class, the students chose books of their preference and connected with their peers in small book clubs to delve into the depths of their novels.
Elementary and middle school students hosted Paralympian athlete Chris Waddell as a distinguished guest at their school on Dec. 7. The purpose of his visit was to impart a valuable lesson on perseverance and resilience.