List of 5 news stories.

  • Honorable Mention for the Dr. Rod Doran STEM Educator Award in November, 2019

    Lisa Wood Honored by WNY STEM HUB

    Second Grade teacher Lisa Wood was recognized recently by WNY STEM HUB.
  • Middle School Turkey Bake

    Park's Middle School Supports Compass House at Thanksgiving
  • Thanksgiving Feast

    With the bustling Holiday season upon us and our calendars quickly reaching capacity with festivities, Park paused to share in a family-style Thanksgiving meal and to recount the many things we have to be grateful for!  We kicked things off with an Indigenous Land Acknowledgment that recognized and showed respect for Indeginious Peoples traditional stewardship of the land we now occupy and that they will forever have an enduring relationship with. While each table discussed what we are thankful for, our Seniors served a feast with all the trimmings!  From PreK - Grade 12, members from our student body expressed gratitude for visiting Grandma, clean water, the arts, accepting communities and many other things. There was an abundance of food and displays of gratitude and for that, we are thankful! 
  • Thanksgiving Assembly

    On Tuesday, November 26, the musical gifts of our students took center stage at our annual Thanksgiving Concert! Each participant of the various Chorus, Orchestra, Band, Jazz and Singing groups masterfully performed their arrangements filling the Rich Activity Center with the sounds of many of our favorite songs, both contemporary and traditional.  Their talents and preparedness from several months of practice was enjoyed by all as they ushered us into the Holiday Season!  The concert was bookended by the Senior Class Pie Auction where bids were placed on a wide array of the sweet treats found on most tables this time of year and the Junior Class Pancake Brunch where many families, faculty and staff gathered to partake in the classic brunch before departing for Thanksgiving Break!
  • 9th grade, Cuneiform and Hieroglyphic Tablets

    Students in 9th grade World History have been learning about ancient River Valley civilizations such as Mesopotamia, Egypt, and the Indus Valley.  As part of the project, students went to the art room at Park where they could choose to write their name or a short message in Cuneiform writing (from Mesopotamia) or in Hieroglyphics (from Egypt) on a premade clay tablet. 
Founded in 1912, The Park School of Buffalo has the distinction of being one of the oldest Progressive schools in the country. Park is an independent, co-educational school serving approximately 300 students enrolled in prekindergarten (3 and 4 year olds), lower school (kindergarten through grade 4), middle school (grades 5 through 8), and upper school (grades 9 through 12). Park is uniquely situated on 34 beautiful acres in Amherst, New York. The School’s campus – formerly a farm – includes a pond, marsh, gardens, and a greenhouse while being located just minutes from downtown Buffalo and easily accessible from many communities throughout Western New York. Park’s educational philosophy embraces active, student-centered learning, delivered by exceptional teachers who design and continuously update a robust curriculum. Faculty members approach each student as an individual within the context of a kind and respectful community. From the preschool years through college preparation, The Park School of Buffalo helps learners realize their own unique potentials and prepares them to be confident, successful, life-long learners.

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