• Art in the Time of Quarantine

    Check out some of the beautiful art our BBES community has been making during the time of quarantine (with an exclusive link to The Tiny Art Show video.)

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  • Coronavirus Empties School

    By Henry DiZefalo
    This spring break, my family was supposed to go to Disney World. Instead, the highlight of my spring break was that my dad made chocolate chip cookies. 

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  • VR is a Reality

    by Max Gast
    Fads come and go, but VR is still here. And now, in this time of quarantine, it is bigger than ever.

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  • Watch the BBES Morning Show Here!

    School news, trends, science experiments, interviews, and bloopers are some of the highlights of this year’s’ hottest new show: The BBES Morning Show. Now updated to add Teacher Takeover edition!

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  • Mrs. Ferwerda Crosses the Line (The Finish Line)

    By Aubrey Maher
    There were six miles left in the race when the first drop of rain fell. Then another and another, but Julie Ferwerda thought of her kids and just kept pushing. 

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  • Kids vs. Zombies: A Review of The Last Kids on Earth

    By Max Gast
    The Last Kids on Earth is one of the favorite books I’ve read in the not-graphic-novel side of children’s books. It has everything a children’s book should have: It’s funny, it has an action-packed story and the illustrations are excellent.

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  • Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6 Siege: A Video Game Review

    By Dylan Katz
    Do you like intense first-person shooters with tons of strategies? Well, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow 6 Siege is for you.

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  • 2020 Election: The Tea

    By Sherlyn Osorio
    With less than a year to go before the next presidential election, a lot of candidates are working hard to become the new face of America and capture the attention, money and votes of the American public. Here at Bradley Beach Elementary School, students are curious about what exactly is going on with the race.

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  • From The Fifth Grade Chef: A Quick and Easy After-School Recipe

    By Aubrey Maher
    When you get home from a long day of school, you want to eat a big plate of food. Most of the time when you get home, there is not an adult. Usually, when there is not an adult home you tend to go for the chips. That is not such a good idea.

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  • Joker: A Review

    By Henry DiZefalo
    “All my life I thought I was a tragedy. Now I know I’m a comedy.” 

    Joker was by far one of the best movies I’ve ever seen.

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