The Middle School Math Science Night on February 10 allowed Browning boys to share their knowledge of these two subjects with the Browning community, including faculty and parents. Chair of the Math Department Michael Klein remarked, “The boys had been working long and hard on their projects and were very excited to show and present their work. This event, an annual highlight of the school year, provides an opportunity for the boys to see how the math they learn in the classroom has real-world applications. Thanks to all the faculty for their time and participation.” Science Department Chair Sam Keany concurred, “The boys continue to explore interesting new questions and solidify their understanding of the process of scientific investigation.”
Boys in Grades Five and Six, as well as those in Form I, showcased their work in the Lower Gym and Cafeteria, while Form II boys split into groups and presented on SMARTBoards in the two new science labs and in the art rooms.