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Have you ever played Battleship using Morse code? It’s an example of what we mean when we say “#thewinchway.” Here, classes are active and students are engaged. Dr. Friedman’s students are learning about technological and…

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Recent studies show students who feel connected to their school, teachers, and school community find greater success. At The Winchendon School, we see faculty as mentors and provide opportunities for students to connect with classmates…

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Winchendon School teacher Dr. Bernard Lipat recently had his research paper published in The Journal of Climate. “While the title might seem a little esoteric, this work has helped inform my work exploring the impact of…

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Rube Goldberg machines are named after the American cartoonist, Rube Goldberg, whose cartoons often depicted complicated machines completing simple tasks. When students are tasked with studying Rube Goldberg machines, they’re engaged in critical thinking about his inventions…

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Listen to The Winchendon School | Brooklyn head of school Sean Duncan speaking about the start of the school year and the students at the school. The students and teachers jumped right into exploring their…

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Inquiry-based engaged, real-world learning at The Winchendon School

“An object at rest will remain at rest unless acted on by an unbalanced force. An object in motion continues in motion with the same speed and in the same direction unless acted upon by…

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