Monthly Archives: January 2011

South Africa in DC: Bokamoso

Update on this story: shortly after we ran this post, The Washington Post ran a story on the Bokamoso group, featuring the their appearance at The Field School and including photos or our students with the singers and dancers.  You … Continue reading

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Snow Day, Snow Night

Neil Basu is a science and math teacher at The Field School.  On Tuesday, along with Dale Johnson, Natalia Kormeluk and others, Neil traveled to Chicago to attend a Field alumni gathering.  And on Tuesday night, the latest “weather event” … Continue reading

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A Field Triple-Header!

There’s no better way to start a January weekend than heading down to the gym to watch your friends and classmates have some fun on the hardwood.  Field students love to play, and they love to cheer for their friends! … Continue reading

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Snow Day?

We asked another question of The Field School today.  Yesterday we had icy conditions—a two-hour delay, but no snow day.  Classes proceeded.  Learning occurred. Last year, believe it or not, Field did not miss a single day of classes to … Continue reading

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Lego Time!

Wes Lanich is a music teacher and Middle School Advisor at The Field School.  And a very enthusiastic man— On Thursday, the entire 7th grade ventured out to the National Building Museum’s “Lego Architecture:  Towering Ambition” exhibit.  Students were treated … Continue reading

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What is Your New Year’s Resolution?

With fewer than two weeks of 2011 under our belts, it was not too late to ask our community what it has planned for the new year.  Some are thinking about homework, some about college, some about . . . … Continue reading

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