by Kristen Wise, Pre-Kindergarten teacher Last week, the Pre-K students at Hathaway Brown School geared up with rain boots, magnifying glasses and bug jars every day to do some hands-on research at Case Western Reserve University’s Squire Valleevue Farm in Hunting Valley. Thanks to our partnership with CWRU, our young students were able to be… Read More Getting Back to Nature
(ESSAY) One of the most popular HB programs is Speech & Debate, which has more than 60 participants in grades 9-12. In terms of size and achievements earned, HB has one of the strongest teams in the state.
… Read More Up for Debate: HB’s Speech & Debate Program Helps Girls Discover and Use Their Voices
Today at Hathaway Brown School, fourth graders commemorated National Women’s History Month at the school’s annual Notable Women Reception. Students taught by Fourth Grade Teachers Mary Boutton and Jennifer Stilson each selected a famous woman to research from all fields including science, math, the military, business, technology, politics, literature, etc. After extensive reading, the girls pretended… Read More In Character: Fourth Graders Portray Notable Women in 2016 Event
(VIDEO + ARTICLE) In recognition of Reading Awareness Month, we are highlighting this Early Childhood program at HB.… Read More Hathaway Brown’s Innovative Project-Based Learning Approach to Early Childhood Education
It may be Holocaust Remembrance Day, but here at HB, students have been immersed in the history of this tragic time period since the start of the school year. As part of a History-Music collaboration, Hathaway Brown sophomores have been the beneficiaries of innovative and thoughtful curriculum that seeks to immerse them in elements of culture as they explore and connect on deeper and more meaningful levels with some of the historical happenings from the 18th-20th centuries that have defined the human experience.… Read More At HB, Holocaust Remembrance is Year-Round in Tenth Grade Class
Over the summer, ninth graders in Critical Reading and Writing I traveled through time immersed in a memoir by author Geraldine Brooks, titled “Foreign Correspondence.” This month, they will also virtually travel to Istanbul with their own storytelling.… Read More Read a Book Day: “Foreign Correspondence” Takes Students on a Virtual Journey