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  • Sep
    1

    Parent Orientation - Cloud Campus

    Join Head of School Lynne Henwood for a parent orientation to the new school year.
  • Virtual Parent Orientation

    Please join founder Jacqui Byrne and Heads of Schools for a virtual parent orientation to the new school year.
  • Sep
    5

    Labor Day - School Closed

  • Sep
    6

    First Day of School - Orientation

  • Sep
    9

    FlexFriday: Cindy Gelormini

    Cindy Gelormini, Author of Robbie’s World, will be joining the Berkeley Heights campus on September 9th. She will share her experiences of writing and illustrating her own story, and the journey of becoming published. She plans on leading the students in a writing and illustrating exercise.
  • FlexFriday: Cornell “Lord Judah” Carelock

    Cornell “Lord Judah” Carelock will join the Bronxville Campus from the ArtsWestchester artist residency program. He will guide the students in crafting a collaborative beat and lead us in a mindfulness music practice. For years he has worked with youth to create participatory experiences utilizing music and visual art. His workshop will encourage students to write about a positive future.
  • FlexFriday: Will’s World - Life of William Shakespeare

    The Actors Company will join the Cloud Campus on September 9th to share a participatory one-man show that explores the life of William Shakespeare. Weaving together history and humor, an actor playing Shakespeare will give students insight into the English playwright, poet, and actor. While widely regarded as the world’s greatest dramatist, how much do we really know about his personal life?
  • Sep
    16

    "Catch of the Day" Seining Program

    On Friday morning, Bronxville students are heading to the Hudson River to learn from expert scientists at the Urban River center in Yonkers. Staff and students will drag a 30-foot seine net into the river to catch various species of fish, crab, shrimp, jellyfish and more! Students will help record data which provides critical insight into the health and well-being of the Hudson. Students will also have the opportunity to explore the marsh. Chest waders will be provided to keep us dry - but we strongly recommend that students come to school with long pants and socks on. Lunch will be eaten on site, so please remember to pack a bagged lunch!
  • Museum of Flight - Virtual Full Fuselage Tour

    In the 30 year history of the Space Shuttle Program, every astronaut prepared and trained on the Full Fuselage Trainer (FFT). The FFT was built in the 1970s and is a full scale mockup of the space shuttle orbiter, minus the wings. This week, educators from the Museum of Flight will show students on the Cloud campus what it was like for Space Shuttle astronauts to go to and live in space. They’ll also get a virtual tour of the crew's living and working areas. It's out of this world! 
  • Sep
    23

    "My Personal Planet" Collaging with Savannah Green

    Artist Savannah Green will be joining the Bronxville campus on September 23rd. She will lead the students in a collaging project entitled, “My Personal Planet.” Using different materials, students will brainstorm how they imagine their ideal planet. This hands-on activity will allow students to get creative and learn about the forgiving art of collaging. Students are encouraged to bring photos, magazines, or paper materials from home that they would like to incorporate. Glue can get messy - so please dress accordingly!
  • The Green Cause - A Lesson on Food Waste & Composting

    Students from The Green Cause will be joining Berkeley Heights students on September 23rd. Organizers from The Green Cause will teach students about food waste and composting initiatives. Together, students will brainstorm how to introduce more sustainable practices to the Berkeley Heights campus. There is also an opportunity for students to form their own chapter!
  • Virtual Sea Lion Monitoring

    On September 23rd, students from the Cloud Campus will be joined by experts from The Alaska SeaLife Center; a world-class marine science facility that combines a research mission with an animal rescue and rehabilitation program. Students will learn how research is collected without disturbing animals or their habitats. In particular, students will observe Alaskan sea lions, learn about their behavior, and discuss some prevalent theories for the drastic decline of this population.
  • Sep
    26

    Rosh Hashanah Observed

    Rosh Hashanah - no classes
  • Sep
    29

    Cloud Campus Parent Back-to-School Night

    Join us in Lynne's Zoom Room to meet your child's teachers and hear about what's happening on the Cloud Campus.
  • Parent Back-to-School Night

    Join us on campus for Back-to-School Night

  • Sep
    30

    A Trip to the Science Barge

    On September 30th, Bronxville students and staff will be boarding the Science Barge - a floating urban farm docked in Yonkers, NY. The Science Barge utilizes solar power, wind power, and rainwater to sustain many different hydroponic systems all while recycling and composting all of their waste. Students will learn about off the grid agriculture and get a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to run this oasis of sustainability.
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