The Browning Ultro robotics team qualified for the NYC Supers by winning the FIRST "Rover Ruckus" qualifier tournament against 29 teams! This is the greatest achievement for the robotics team to date.
This year’s Community Day offered boys at all levels the opportunity for celebration and camaraderie, as well as the chance to serve the greater community beyond Browning. The entire Upper School student body traveled off site to participate in community service at various organizations, while the younger boys learned more about the global implications of access to water. Click here to watch a video, read details and view photos from the day.
Rain was falling outside, but inside the red doors of Browning, all was sunshine and smiles as the boys in Pre-primary through second grade welcomed family and friends to Grandparents and Special Friends Day. More than 150 guests took advantage of this event to get to know teachers and a bit more about the School’s curriculum. The boys, their grandparents and special guests read together, listened to music, explored the world of science, even created art, along with enjoying a number of activities in other subjects that the boys study on a daily basis. Click here for photos and details.
At a Lower School Assembly on December 10, Rhonda Keyser of Cafeteria Culture spoke to Browning boys about the importance of decreasing waste in the School’s dining hall. Originally founded in 2009 by a group of concerned parents and educators as Styrofoam Out of Schools, this group partnered with New York City’s Department of Education School Food and Parsons The New School to eliminate the 860,000 toxic and polluting Styrofoam lunch trays used in school cafeterias every day. View photos and learn more about what the boys learned in the program. For more information on Cafeteria Culture, visit their website at cafeteriaculture.org.