Natick Middle and High School students and their teachers showcased innovative Project Based and STEM learning at the LearnLaunch Across Boundaries conference at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston on Friday, February 1st. This annual conference brings together hundreds of K-12 educators, higher ed, ed tech companies, and venture capitalist from around the country to… Continue reading Natick Students Dazzle at the LearnLaunch Student Innovation Showcase!
Cornell BirdSleuth Investigator 2018 recently published their magazine and we're thrilled to announce that it features artwork by Lilja students! The mission of the Cornell Lab is to create innovative K-12 resources that build science skills while inspiring young people to connect to local habitats, explore biodiversity, and engage in citizen-science projects. They think that citizen science… Continue reading Lilja Students Featured in National Magazine
Exciting news from the Music Department—six Natick students have been accepted to the 2019 MA Music Educator Association All-State Music Festival. Adelaide Braunhill, bassoonOwen Goldner, tromboneAmber Lavoie, alto vocalJulia Reinach, soprano vocalNicole Massa, soprano vocalVinith Yedidi, clarinet These acceptances are a huge honor and a testament to the high-level work these students are doing in… Continue reading Natick Students to Perform at the MMEA 2019 Conference
Last month, students in our Advanced TV Broadcasting (taught by Lynne Tartaglia-Ricciotti) had the opportunity to visit the Channel 5 studio. A group of 10 students was able to observe a live studio production of the 12 o'clock news, then tour the news and control room. They also had a Q&A with the anchors and… Continue reading TV Broadcasting Students Get to Tour Channel 5 Studio
On Wednesday, January 23rd, we had an opportunity to shadow some of our Achieve students as they completed volunteer work at the Natick Service Council (NSC). Achieve & Natick Schools has partnered with NSC in an effort to provide support to the organization while providing students with the opportunity to skill-build and develop work experience.… Continue reading Achieve Students Support Natick Service Council
Girls Who Code, Girls in Stem STEM, and AP Computer Science Hit the Road! Road Trip! On December, 3rd, the Girls Who Code club, Girls in STEM and AP Computer Science, traveled to Cambridge for a tour and exploration activity in The Garage, a makerspace area for innovation and creativity, located at Microsoft in Cambridge. … Continue reading Girls Who Code, Girls in Stem STEM, and AP Computer Science Hit the Road!