A very warm welcome to our newest students and families to the Nueva community! As full-fledged Mavericks, here are some resources to help better acquaint you with Nueva.
On Monday, March 23, I spent about half of my day in Zoom classes with teachers and students. The three hours I spent in these classes were powerfully and prototypically Nuevan.
Our Nueva teachers have worked incredibly hard to bring the “Nueva Way” educational experience to our students across all divisions in this new remote learning space. Kindergarten teachers have not only approached remote learning as student-centered, they have also approached remote learning as parent-centered.
This week, our talented communications team videographer, Mitzi Mock, made an uplifting video that shares insights and health tips from some of our exceptional faculty and staff members.
We all know how important it is to wash our hands. But did you know how fun it can be?
Mavericks Making Waves is our latest roundup of exceptional student and faculty accomplishments and activities happening beyond Nueva's walls.
Nueva first graders are learning to be kind, compassionate, empathetic citizens, as they are currently studying ableism.
Before Nueva moved to remote learning, students in Lower and Middle Schools were learning about the importance of hand hygiene in their science classes.
A few weeks ago, Upper School Journal Club members presented information about coronavirus to their peers and other attendees.
“We want our students to become engaged global citizens. That requires imagination, flexibility, resilience, the ability to get along with others, and a sense of humor. These are the compassionate creators and leaders who will build our future.”