Week in Pictures, April 30-May 6

Ms. Gerber thanks all the Browning boys, siblings, parents and teachers who came out to support the Memorial Sloane Kettering Kids Walk for Kids with Cancer event on April 30.

The boys in Dr. Wisniewski's Ancient Greek class took a trip to Astoria, Queens on May 4 to celebrate the area's Greek-American heritage. After stopping in Athens Square Park and reviewing statues of famous Greek philosophers and artists, they read passages from great works and headed to a local restaurant for a meal of authentic Greek food. Click on image to view full photo.

On May 4, Jason Brucker, M.D., and Mara Sproul, R.N., M.P.A., from NYU Langone Concussion Center gave an informative and well received presentation at a recent Parents Association meeting concerning the ever-evolving diagnosis and treatment of concussive syndrome.

Form VI boy Awen Abaatu ’16 received a Certificate of Accomplishment for the Princeton Prize in Race Relations at a private ceremony on May 4. The Prize promotes "harmony, understanding and respect among people of different races by identifying and recognizing high school age students whose efforts have had a significant, positive effect on race relations in their schools or communities.”

Sixteen third and fourth grade boys participated in the Lower School Lyman B. Tobin Public Speaking Program on May 5. The four finalists recited works from Roald Dahl and Niki Alling, as well as Lou Gehrig’s "Farewell Address.”

The Middle School Chorus participated in the Trills and Thrills music festival at Six Flags Great Adventure on May 6. The boys sang a French Canadian folksong called "J'entends le moulin" and "Do You Hear the People Sing?" from "Les Miserables" under the direction of Ms. Fetrow. Afterward they enjoyed the afternoon by riding on roller coasters at the amusement park