Q&A with Lee Fertig

Nueva’s next Head of School on transitions, goals, and the importance of listening

The coronavirus has given us a glimpse of a cleaner future—can we sustain it?

The quarantine has had unexpected environmental benefits, but if we want these to continue, we need to take action.

Conversations with social justice leaders amidst socio-political turmoil

Thousands protest on South Delaware St. near the Bay Meadows campus as a part of their route from San Mateo City Hall to the police station. Photo by Willow Taylor C. Y.   As nationwide protests persist into a second week, fueled by legal victories against police...

Whatever Happened to Bay Meadows’ Nuevan Dream?

When the Upper School campus first opened, Bay Meadows headlined it as “A dream come true.” When we’re all so disconnected from our community in Bay Meadows, now is the time to see if the dream of a neighborhood full of lively and academic students has stood the test of time.

Quarantine Reflections: June 3, 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:
Lael S., Grade 9 | Qiao Liu, Math Teacher | Anil Assudani, Parent

Quarantine Reflections: June 2, 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:
Hannah D., Grade 9 | Dashiell H., Grade 5 | Delphine Priest, Parent

Community finds new ways to exercise at home

How are members of the Nueva community staying active during the shelter-in-place?

Quarantine Reflections: June 1, 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:
Fangling Lin, Parent | Leilani C., Grade 9 | Eliza B., Grade 6

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

NEWS

CULTURE

FEATURES

OPINION

SPORTS

ENTERTAINMENT