Special thanks to students and teachers and to Briarcliff resident and artist Mary Ellis for her opening address.
A Rube Goldberg machine is a device that uses a chain reaction to accomplish a very simple task in a very complicated manner.
Seniors Daniel Deng, Ben Harris, Josh Kupka and Andrew Van Camp finished first among the twenty-nine teams in the green division for first-time competitors.
The Spring 2019 Superintendent’s Conference Day had a unique twist - the vast majority of the classes were being taught by Briarcliff teachers.
Students and families took classmates and neighbors on a journey through different cultures using games, languages, artifacts, and dance.
The team competed against over 650 students from 41 other schools in the region and came home with 17 awards including: 1st Place, Behavioral and Social Sciences - Chris Li; 1st Place, Computer Science - Charlotte Sendek; and Grand Prize winner - Chris Li.