Mandell Moments 8:46 AM - 9:14 AM on a Friday Morning

By Tiffany Wycoff

This morning, I found myself with a few moments to wander and see what was happening in classes. These are my favorite moments because no matter how much information I have about what the curriculum is for the unit and sequence of study, seeing it in action is always magical. This is because of the very human component each teacher and student brings to the lesson plan. There is a unique energy, style, and of course, a lot of love in play. From 8:46 - 9:14 AM, this is how I saw these Mandell Moments from my eyes...

Happy Global School Play Day!

Mandell's Kindergarten - ​Second Grade, along with over 170,000 participates from 6 different ​continents, celebrated Global School Play Day today!

The 2016 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards Recognition of Mandell Artists!

We are ​excited to announce that six Mandell students were recognized by Scholastic for their artistic ability placing them among New York City’s most promising young artists!

Service Learning at Mandell

By Michelle Cristella, Assistant Head of Upper School
What is service learning and what does it look like here at Mandell?

Learning Forward

By Nicole Ardnt, Director of Literacy and Learning Services
"Learning, essentially, must equip one for the next steps, tasks, and life opportunities, thus, teaching involves, in a sense, a momentum of learning forward."

Mandell Hosts the 7th Annual edcampNYC Event

By Ben Chant, Head of the Lower School
Mandell hosted one of the North East’s premier professional development events for teachers this last Saturday.

Mandell at the NY Hall of Science

Thank you to our amazing science teachers who organized a fantastic learning experience for​ the community on Saturday. We also appreciate all the faculty and staff that came out to support our Mandell scientists!

Mandell Administrators are Life-Long Learners

By Ben Chant, Head of the Lower School
Being a “lifelong learner” is a little like supporting the idea of “Liberty and Justice for all” -- it’s easy to agree with, it but hard to put into practice.

Inspiring Leaders. Creative Problem Solvers.

By Margaret Metz, Associate Head of School
The genesis and significance of Mandell's new​ school motto: Inspiring Leaders. Creative Problem Solvers.

Fourth Grade Prepares for the Toshiba ExploraVision Science Competition!

By Juliette Guarino, Lower School Science Specialist and Sustainability Chairperson
We are excited to share that Fourth Grade students will be participating in the Toshiba ExploraVision science competition.
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