On Oct. 23, Saint Bernard School publicly launched a $3 million campaign for facilities renovations and educational upgrades. So far the school has received about $65,000 in gifts and pledges as part of the campaign's "quiet phase," which began July 1.
A dead body was discovered in Room 226. And upon further investigation, evidence found on the male victim's sock suggested his body had been moved from the original crime scene.
With that information alone, forensics students scoured areas of Saint Bernard School in search of clues to help them determine where the fictitious crime actually occurred.
Rachel Rossier of Norwich has been named Student of the Month for October at Saint Bernard School. The 18-year-old is the first SBS student to ever be named to the State Student Advisory Council on Education (SSACE).
Economics students presented their first-quarter projects throughout the week. They researched, designed and developed a fictional product, and sought funding from a class of "investors".
From a personal tracking device that is located in a pill to heated windshield wipers, there was no limit to the young imaginations in Jonathan Connell's classroom.