By Claire Cooperman
I’ve always loved summer. Since I was a little kid, my family would come down to the beach from my old house, around an hour away, on the first day of summer and leave on the last. My cousins, aunts, uncles, and grandparents all came for overnight stays as well. Every day was a beach day, and every day was loads of fun! Here are my five favorite things to do in the summer! Enjoy! Read more
By Nora Gregory
In fifth grade social studies, Ms. Boyle’s students were concluding a unit of study about Ancient Egypt. She decided to skype with Egyptologists so that her class could learn more about this important topic. Students got to ask these experts many questions, like:
By Noah Jamieson
The Gifted and Talented program has started up again this year, giving students a chance to work on passion projects ranging from video making, crocheting, and, this article’s main topic, the Composter.
By Brian Ramon-Miron
Look outside. What do you see on a sunny day? The sun shining, plants growing, and rocks on the ground. You keep walking until you feel something in your shoe. How did this rock get here? Well, if you really want to know, let’s ask the fourth grade class about their “Birth of Rocks” unit! Read more
For a while, I’ve really been wanting to be in a relationship. And now that Valentine’s Day is coming up, that feeling has only been growing. I know no one is going to ask me out anytime soon, what do I do?
Sincerely, Read more
By Joshua Nesheiwat
Middle school students are giving mixed reviews on new policies regarding backpacks and cellphones here at BBES this year. Read more
By Jackie Neice
Morning meeting, 80-minute blocks, science for half the year and social studies the other. These are some of the changes to our middle school schedule this year. Students have mostly positive reactions, but some can disagree.