First Day of School
Breck welcomed students in grades preschool through grade 12 back to campus on August 27 for the first day of school.
Students participated in a variety of activities, met their teachers, and re-acquainted themselves with their peers.
Upper School students participated in a number of events both on and off campus. Students in grade 9 worked together during their Iron Chef competition, crafting a meal using unique ingredients to serve to the members of their group as well as the judges. Congratulations to the students in Mr. Eichten's advisory for winning the competition! Photos from Iron Chef can be found here.
Sophomores traveled to the Crow-Hassan State Park Reserve to collect prairie seeds in order to help restore native prairie grasses. They then spent the afternoon eating lunch and enjoying the weather at Elm Creek Park.
Juniors spent the morning at Feed My Starving Children packing nutritious meals for hungry children around the world. Following their time there, juniors spent the afternoon bowling.
Seniors officially started their year with the grade 12 overnight on August 23-24. As they start the year as the leaders of the student population, the senior overnight incorporated leadership and team-building activities to prepare for the year ahead. Photos from the overnight can be found here.
During Black History Month, we are featuring Black, African, and African American identifying members of the Breck School community for our Meet a Mustang interviews. For our last interview of the month, we are introducing you to some beloved community members at Breck, the Noble family.
Juniors Elise P. and Jess B. share about their internship at Agape Child Development and Oasis Crisis Intervention Center (Agape/Oasis).
During Black History Month, we are featuring Black, African, and African American identifying members of the Breck School community for our Meet a Mustang interviews. This week the Meet a Mustang feature is Jaren Morton '21, who started at Breck in the fall of 2016.