This past December, all students in grades K-4 had the opportunity to participate in National Computer Science Education week. This annual week is devoted to inspiring students to take an interest in computer coding. Simply put, coding is a way to communicate with a computer and give it directions.
Fletcher Students Celebrate Working Hard and Being Kind
Students and staff at Fletcher Elementary School have a simple theme this year— Work Hard and Be Kind. If we can ingrain those two character traits into our everyday lives, we can accomplish anything. When students and staff are observed Working Hard and Being Kind, they earn tokens which are added to a large container. Once the container is full, we celebrate.
Design Thinking, Finding Creative Solutions
The GEMS middle school Unified Arts Explore classes are in full swing. Students select three different explore classes for each block. One of the options that students can choose is Design Thinking.
Welcome Heather Baron to BFA Fairfax!
If you have not had the opportunity to meet BFA’s Interim Middle School Principal, please let me introduce you to Heather Baron. Ms. Baron joins the BFA team with 20-plus years of experience with expertise in school leadership, instructional coaching, and professional development.
BFA Fairfax Athletic Department Learning Program Featured in November Issue of High School Today Magazine
For over a decade, the BFA Fairfax Athletic Department has offered an alternative learning opportunity for students through the ability to serve as athletic department assistants. This program has grown over the years to become an essential part of the day-to-day operations of the BFA Fairfax Athletics, and Buildings and Grounds departments, with a wide array of contributions including game day preparation, field lining and maintenance, equipment distribution and inventory, and assorted other essential tasks.
GEMS Students Create Fuzzy Fleece Blankets for Local Kitty Rescue, “A Place for Grace”
As part of our focus on supporting students, GEMS grades 5-8 start the day with their advisories. Each advisory has its own activities but the goal in grades 7 and 8 is to provide students with a consistent small group to form connections with.
BFA High School Students Present Research at American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting
Last week High School students Jacob Antonovich and Ryan Thatcher with HS science teacher Tom Lane traveled to Chicago to present research involving Microbial Respiration in Different Vermont Land Use Types.
Giving Back to Our Community During this Holiday Season
On Tuesday, December 13, students from the BFA Middle School Student Leadership Committee joined forces with BFA High School students to deliver food to the Fairfax Community Center.
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