Week in Pictures, November 7-13

The Feminism and Gender Studies Club represented Browning at The Brearley School’s "Queering Schools on Intersectionality” LGBT educators panel.

Twenty-three of our Lower School and Middle School boys participated in a Fun Run in Central Park to benefit Ronald McDonald House New York! Community Service Coordinator Ms. Gerber reports that the boys and their families raised a remarkable amount of money, with some of our boys among the top five fundraisers! The House provides temporary housing for the families of children who have been diagnosed with cancer while these young patients receive treatment at New York’s renowned medical centers. 

The Browning Hockey Mites won their first game against St. Bernard’s.

The Browning Green team organized a sustainability conference of young minds from Spence, Hewitt, Nightingale-Bamford, Calhoun and Brearley to get involved and change the world.

Upper School students participated in two conferences at Horace Mann on November 12 geared toward learning the skills of self-advocacy and academic achievement. Members of Browning's Feminism and Gender Studies Club facilitated a discussion at the 2016 Young Men of Color Symposium on male vulnerability, while English teacher Mr. Williams took several students to the (Re)Defining Power Conference, which focused on identity exploration and learning best practices as allies for young self-identified white men in grades six to 12 in New York City and beyond.

On November 13 the chess Panthers participated in the PS 6 chess tournament where our fourth grade team placed first in the K-8 under 1000 rating division.