Monthly Archives: December 2014

Holiday Lessons

Class VI students performed the Jewish folktale “It Could Always Be Worse” at the annual holiday assembly. In the story, the father, played by Jeff Serowik, teaches a lesson to his children, Celia Dorsey and Kevin Chen, by recounting the … Continue reading

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Holiday Close-Up

Without students on campus today for comment writing day, these festive Hershey Kisses were ready for their moment in the spotlight.

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Full Court Press

Proctors replaced point guards in the Rappaport Gym the week before winter break, as students hunkered down for three days of academic assessments.

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Red Brick Schoolhouse

Shattuck Schoolhouse watches over students as they head for assessments.

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May the Best Droid Win

Every year, during Science Week at Nobles, crowds cheer on teams of robotics students as they go head to head, pitting inventions they’ve engineered themselves. 13 teams competed in a new format this year, to see who could collect the most … Continue reading

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Sweater Weather

With assessments looming and winter break just beyond, Monique Fischer, Morgen Montgomery, Asher Dawson, Andrew Conway (all ’15) got into the holiday spirit with the senior class “Ugly Sweater” tradition and some fresh air. (Check out the Santa socks!)

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In Living Color

This middle school student has found a colorful way to expresses her creativity and individuality.

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The Cold Never Bothered Me Anyway

Middle school ice hockey had their first game of the season tonight at the Bliss/Flood Omni Rink versus Thayer.

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Weather Fit for a Bulldog/frog

A rainy evening viewed from the cozy Shattuck Schoolhouse.

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The Great Machine

Physics students packed the house for “Paint 2014!” The movement art was assembled from raw building materials and recycled objects. Four student contraptions sequentially completed a gigantic chain reaction. The aim? To paint a humungous modern-style masterpiece.

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