Our teachers are the foundation of our school. We have a faculty made up of some of the most creative, principled and hard working people one can ever hope to have guide our children. We are sincerely grateful for the talent, time and energy that each of our teachers bring to our learning environment.
In advance of Teacher Appreciation Week 2017 we solicited testimonials from our community of parents and students recognizing the Breakwater faculty.Here are a few.
This year's Capstone Presentation Nights are held May 30 and June 1.
Please join us in support and celebration of our 8th graders and their considerable efforts in realizing their Capstone goals.
Several of our students have produced content for the internet related to their area of study. Their products appear here, preceded by a synopsis of all Capstone theses from the Breakwater class of 2017.
Cranes for Change is the self-adopted name a group of Breakwater fourth graders have chosen to describe a project inspired during their semester long integrated study of history’s peacemakers. After reading Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes by Eleanor Coerr, the students began folding small origami cranes and stringing them.
Learn moreabout the student initiated service project, paper cranes and fundraising bake sale on May 26, at 1:30pm ...
As the tinkering space at Breakwater school continues to metamorphose into our Curiosity Lab, opportunities for young engineers to make, discover, experiment and invent are made possible. March 18 and 19 the Open Bench Project partnered with Breakwater school to offer a 3d printer building workshop. Yes. Printer building.