After a year of more instructional learning in 6th grade, 7th graders arrive in their new science class prepared and excited to engage in inquiry-based learning.
As part of their first few days of orientation and exploration at BMS, sixth graders came to the BMS Library class-by-class.
"No matter how far off track a needlepoint project gets, you can always bring it back to life. This is a safe place to take chances and make mistakes."
The first week at BMS is about seeing teachers and friends and planning for an amazing school year.
Principal Susan Howard greeted guests to what she described as a “joyful night” and thanked parents for “sharing your sixth-grade babies with us! It has been a joy to watch them grow.”
This year's sixth grade will return to ‘Academia' when they are seniors to dig up their class time capsule!