Walking into history at Gore Place

RYAN O., Cunniff Kids News staff reporter

June 13, 2008

On May 29, the Cunniff School’s third-grade classes walked to Gore Place. It was a hot sunny day and the kids were excited to go on the visit. Gore Place is a mansion that was built in 1806 as a summer home for Christopher...

Watching and listening for the Shot Heard ‘Round the World

Cunniff Kids News staff, .

April 11, 2008

You don’t need a time machine to see the Battle of Lexington and Concord. You can see a reenactment of the first battle of the Revolutionary War on Patriots’ Day (April 21) on the Lexington Green. Even though this is...

A lot on display at MFA’s sumo exhibit

KAITIE M., CHARLOTTE V., SHANNON M., RYAN O., RENEE S., ISABELLA V., JULIA F., and RYAN L.

April 9, 2008

Stomp. Stomp. Thud. Yeah! That’s the sound of a sumo wrestling match. Now sumo wrestling can be seen at the Museum of Fine Arts in an exhibit, “Sumo: Japan’s Big Sport,’’ through Aug. 3. Sumo wrestling is the...

Watertown, on display

CHARLOTTE V., Cunniff Kids News staff reporter

April 4, 2008

Art work by many Cunniff School students is being shown at the annual Art Exhibit at the Watertown Mall. The exhibit features work from K-12 students throughout Watertown and will be on display until April 11. A reception,...

WBZ-TV's Scott Wahle shared some tricks of the trade when he spoke withe the Cunniff Kids News staff on Jan. 23, 2008.

One voice, many roles

February 2, 2008

Brownie Troop 1988 helps animals

LAUREN P. and ISABELLA V.

January 14, 2008

Brownie Troop 1988 is collecting old towels and blankets from Cunniff School students and grownups for the Boston Animal Rescue League. The towels and blankets will be used to make softer beds for the dogs and cats in the Dedham...

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