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BSM 7th Graders Engage in Revolutionary War History Lesson in Boston

BSM 7th Graders Engage in Revolutionary War History Lesson in Boston

The weekend of May 11, 2019, 25 BSM seventh graders engaged in a real-life history lesson in Boston as they toured historical sites of the Revolutionary War! During their visit, students stopped by the Boston Tea Party Museum where they threw "tea" into the harbor. They also visited The Freedom Trail, touring Bunker Hill, Paul Revere’s House, Old North Church, Old South Meeting House and the Boston Commons.

Junior High Trout in the Classroom Project Culminates with Release of 300+ Rainbow Trout in Vermillion River

Junior High Trout in the Classroom Project Culminates with Release of 300+ Rainbow Trout in Vermillion River

On Friday, May 17, BSM Junior High students released 343 rainbow trout into the Vermillion River in Farmington as the culmination of their unique classroom project, "Trout in the Classroom!"

BSM Blog: My Journey in the BSM Junior High, A Foundation for Success

BSM Blog: My Journey in the BSM Junior High, A Foundation for Success

I’ll never forget my first steps in the halls of Benilde-St. Margaret’s Junior High. I was an awkward twelve-year-old, self-conscious and walking into unknown territory. I was flooded with emotions, most of all fear. Ready to turn right around and tell my parents I couldn’t do it, I quietly pushed my fears aside and continued to walk forward.

Trout in the Classroom Program Featured in Sun Sailor

Trout in the Classroom Program Featured in Sun Sailor

Students in Ms. Reuss's 8th-grade science class received over 250 rainbow trout eggs from Minnesota Trout Unlimited (MNTU) to raise in their classroom back in December. Students have been raising the trout in a 75-gallon fish tank and have taken on the responsibility of caring for the fish and testing water quality parameter including pH, ammonia, and nitrate daily.

Recognizing the Individual

Recognizing the Individual

So often we speak about the value of community at Benilde-St.Margaret’s and the importance of recognizing each individual. To know a student does not mean to know only their academic capability. Rather, to know a student includes the ability to recall multiple personal facts about that student as an individual. Additionally, research shows that:

Looking Back: Six Years as a Red Knight

Looking Back: Six Years as a Red Knight

Recently, on the way to my psychology class, I started to have flashbacks of 7th and 8th grade. Whether it was algebra with Mr. Hennen or 7th grade biology with Mrs. Zahedi, I could look into their classrooms and picture myself sitting there. As I passed through the junior high and into the north building, I felt very humbled knowing I was walking the same halls I had six years ago.

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