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18 MLK Assemblies IMG 5068Over the past two weeks, Nueva's weekly assemblies in both Hillsborough and Bay Meadows honored the life and faith of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

In Hillsborough, Social Justice and Equity Coordinator Alegria Barclay shared Dr. King’s words — “Use me, God. Show me how to take who I am, who I want to be, and what I can do, and use it for a purpose greater than myself” — to illustrate the importance of Dr. King’s relationship with God and how it compelled him to service.

11 NextGEN crazyAcross both campuses, feminism is an important issue to many of our students. Several years ago, Meera S. ('17) founded the Feminism Club and former middle school faculty member Carla Pugliese headed the Girls Leadership International (GLI) club. After Meera and Carla left to pursue their further learning goals, the clubs continued. This year, a new club was started at the middle school — NextGEN.

Daniel, a freshman at Nueva, shares his thoughts on Intersession

The seminar was called "How Does UPS Get Your Package to Its Destination on Time?" The three-day curriculum was taught by Keith Devlin of Stanford University and categorized as a course in Creative Math. A snippet from the class summary read as follows: "Many aspects of our lives are controlled by algorithms that make things faster, better, cheaper, more accurate, more efficient, more suited to our needs and desires..."

Morgan HeroFor tenth grader Morgan T., Intersession was a true hands-on experience. From molding a newly discovered species of dinosaur out of clay, to removing a cyst from a pig’s foot in suturing class, to making frosting rosettes on top of a cake, Morgan’s Intersession classes brought new meaning to Nueva’s motto to “learn by doing.” Morgan infused her personal creativity into each seminar and activity session.

Justin Hero“No matter what grade you are in, you are looking forward to Intersession!” said Justin S., a senior enjoying his fourth year of Intersession. “In general, at Nueva, we are engaged, happy, and interested students and that carries through to Intersession. All of my Intersession classmates have been excited to participate.”



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