Mark your calendars! Dine & donate at Baba Louie's to support the class of 2023! February 16 - 5-8pm
8th grade students in Mrs. VonRuden's Engineering class designed treehouses and installed electric lights with switches.
A win for the Eagles 🦅 in overtime!
For the last two weeks, the preschool class at The Southern Berkshire Childcare Program has been learning about winter and ice. After reading Night Tree by Eve Bunting the children asked if they could decorate a tree in the woods with food for the animals just like the story described. Working together the children made strands of apples, oranges and cheerios. They also put some bird food out along with breaking up some bread for the smaller animals. A week later we took a hike back to the tree to see if the animals enjoyed the food. The children were very excited to find almost all the food gone.
Maui had a fan club after the final performance of Moana yesterday. Great job to the entire cast and crew! Theatre continues at Mt. Everett with auditions for the high school play beginning today!
The Mt. Everett Eagles Ice Hockey team is giving back to their community tonight! Join us at Berkshire School to watch the Eagles take on the Housatonic Valley Mountaineers. The puck drops at 8:00pm, but the raffle table and concession stand will be open before then. No Entrance Fee, however Donations (monetary, toiletries, meal kits, gift cards to local grocery stores, winter coats in larger sizes, etc.) are appreciated.
After having talked about what Paris was like in the 1900’s, students learned more about the Impressionists and their movement. Once at the Clark Art Institute, students were able to see the difference between a true academic painting, one that would have been accepted at the Salon, in Paris, and paintings from the Impressionists which were often refused at the Salon. During our visit, we had the chance to see several paintings of Pierre Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Camille Pissarro, and Mary Cassatt.
Congratulations to the 3/4 boys basketball team for winning the Adams Tournament this weekend! Great job!
Great job to the cast and crew of Moana! There are two more opportunities to catch the show – you're welcome! Tonight - 7pm and Sunday at 2pm. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students & seniors and Free for children 3 and under.
The theater department invites you to the 6-9th grade production of "Moana Jr." tonight, 1/27 and tomorrow 1/28 at 7pm, and Sunday the 29th at 2pm. Tickets at door
The Mount Everett Theater Department presents Moana Jr., a musical performed by our 6th-9th graders. Performances will be Friday, January 27th, and Saturday, January 28th, at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, January 29th, at 2:00 p.m.
Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration information can be found via the following link: https://www.sbrsd.org/page/pre-k-kindergarten-registration/
Mt. Everett's Model UN met for a debate on Friday afternoon.
Mt. Everett Photography students have been working on their final projects for the half-year course - a mixed-media piece.
These four seniors and ten other students were certified in the “Stop the Bleed” class today after they completed the practical portion of the course.
UME art students practice identifying values and shading with charcoal.
Students in semester one Musical Theatre rehearse for their "final" - three one-act musicals.
A mental health message from the Positive Psychology Council: Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) are Good for Everyone! It's nice to be the recipient of a kind act, but did you know that there are many benefits for the person who does the good deed? Such as: -reduced stress -increased endorphin release and sense of well being -lower anxiety and depression -release of the “love hormone” oxytocin, which lowers blood pressure -increased energy and feelings of happiness So go for it, be a RAKtivist – do a Random Act of Kindness every day!
Last week we welcomed A.J. Anderson of the SBVAS to the First Responder class. Students volunteered to give up their lunch and advisory time to attend this valuable “Stop the Bleed” class. Students learned how to pack wounds and properly apply tourniquets. The other half of the class will attend next week. We are so thankful for our connection with SBVAS!
SES preschoolers are studying wind and water. They experimented with objects that float and sink. There were many questions and ideas! Why do some big things float and some tiny things sink to the bottom? Why do spoons made from wood and plastic stay on top and metal spoons clang to the bottom?