On November 20, young alumni from the classes of ‘15, ‘16, ‘17, and ‘18 were warmly welcomed back to campus to reconnect with each other and their former teachers.
The evening started out with lots of hugs and included mixing and mingling over a pasta bar and cannolis prepared by School chef Sean-Michael Tantinawarat, tours of the School, and a photo booth.
Head of School Danielle Heard greeted everyone and reflected upon the deep relationships that develop at Nashoba Brooks School and the importance of staying connected in later years. Middle School social studies teacher Lauren Funk spoke to her former students about taking action on what is important to them and the values of inclusivity and resilience that she hopes will always remain with them. Director of Alumni and Parent Engagement Amy Sagalyn spoke to the group about confidence, something that she hears many former students talk about as one of the important takeaways from their experience at Nashoba Brooks.
The evening was the perfect start to the Thanksgiving break.
Nashoba Brooks School officially unveiled the new Shilling STEAM Lab, an innovation hub “where learning comes together” to advance the School’s ongoing commitment to the strategic directions of innovation, inclusivity, and impact.
Nashoba Brooks School employees and parents gathered at Concord Academy’s Performing Arts Center yesterday for a powerful and timely presentation focused on understanding and managing anxiety by author Lynn Lyons, LICSW: Beyond Calming Down: Shifting the Anxiety Paradigm from Avoidance to Action.
This spring, the Grade 7 class at Nashoba Brooks School traveled up to Camp Takodah in New Hampshire for a two-day experience filled with team building activities and opportunities to push beyond their comfort zone.
On Tuesday, June 4, members of the Nashoba Brooks community came to campus In celebration of Merry Long and her 40 years at Nashoba Brooks School. It was a pleasure to welcome back many familiar faces, past and present, which included current and past parents, alumni, employees, friends, and family.
Throughout April and May, Nashoba Brooks School students in Grades 2 through 5 volunteered their time to the Read for Seeds fundraiser at Gaining Ground, a non-profit organic farm in Concord that helps those in need by donating all of their produce to meal programs and food pantries in the area.
On Saturday, May 19, the Nashoba Brooks School track and field team had a successful and winning meet at the Hillside School in Marlborough. Six runners from Nashoba Brooks had outstanding accomplishments.
Under the direction of Nashoba Brooks School employees, Lisa Stanley, art teacher, and, Kendra Aber-Ferri, library director and transliteracy integration specialist, Grade 8 students picked historic events that occurred during their lifetime, researched the event, and presented the rationale behind why the event needed to be memorialized