COVID-19 sent fossil fuel prices plummeting—will it permanently change the energy landscape?

The Director of Environmental Citizenship shares what the energy world may be like post-COVID-19, and a possible plan for future sustainability.

Quarantine Reflections: May 29, 2020

Get to know our community through interviews with students, parents, siblings, and faculty members about their experiences during shelter-in-place and things they look forward to.

IN TODAY’S POST:
Danielle McReynolds-Dell, PK-12 Math Coordinator | Leo H., Grade 3 | Donnya J., Grade 9

Quarantine Reflections: May 28, 2020

Get to know our community through interviews with students, parents, siblings, and faculty members about their experiences during shelter-in-place and things they look forward to.

IN TODAY’S POST:
Mirielle W. ’21 | Sarina F.-G., Grade 7 | Cari Lee, Parent

The Last Dance paints Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls as opposite sides of the same coin

ESPN’s documentary The Last Dance redefines the true Michael Jordan—and the true Chicago Bulls franchise

Quarantine Reflections: May 27, 2020

Get to know our community through interviews with students, parents, siblings, and faculty members about their experiences during shelter-in-place and things they look forward to.

IN TODAY’S POST:
Alexa Hart, English Teacher | Spencer B. ’21 | Sophia Y. ’22

Student athletes reach new heights

Competitive rock climbing brings sophomore and junior together

Life during COVID-19

How have students reacted to the school shutdown, and what have they been doing in their free time? From cooking and reading, to hikes and backyard movie nights, Nueva students have explored their interests throughout shelter in place.

Apps to help you thrive during remote learning and shelter-in-place

Here’s a list of apps and websites that cover everything from managing screen time, improving focus and productivity, getting social with friends, staying healthy and active at home, practicing mindfulness, and learning new things.

10 video games to enjoy with friends during quarantine

While social distancing continues, why not connect with friends through an online setting? These multiplayer games provide a wild mix of worlds to hike, creatures to comfort, and villages to construct that will last you hours of playtime.

Fencing at an international level

Sophomore Skylar K. competes with U.S. in Pan American Fencing Championship.

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