Did you know that dragonflies can fly backwards? That a grasshoppers ears are on its stomach?
Our first grade students have been learning about insects in science for the past several months. On Friday, December 9, they put on their culminating project: the Insect Museum!
After doing exhaustive research on everything from red ants to butterflies, students dressed up as insects and gathered under the Bell Tower sharing their knowledge with their Lower School peers, teachers, and staff.
Calling all Buckley Bookworms! Want to pick up a copy of the Owl Diaries series? Or read about the adventures of Rainbow Magic Fairies? We have some good news! The Lower School Library has reopened its doors, and you can find these titles and so much more!
Seventh graders Avery D., Rose H., Catelyn P., and Eden P. approached gardening teacher Andrew Kaila with an idea to use rocks harvested from the Nature Trail to create an activity for the kindergarten classes.