Hillary or Trump? That is the question everyone was asking themselves as they sat down in room 50 earlier today to vote for the president of the United States and Florida’s senatorial seat. Even though people under the age of 18 are not able to vote, The Benjamin School had an election of their own ... READ MORE »»
Eighth grader Nadia Poncy sits down to make her decision at one of the computer's in Mr. Crisafi's room.
This is a Week 1 schedule.
Today is Middle School Election Day. Voting will occur in room 50 as follows: Mr. Crisafi will notify grade levels when it is time to vote via email.
Teachers are to escort students to Room 50 to vote and monitor the voting process. Student behavior is to be respect...
The Benjamin debates were alive with fiery orators and great exchanges about relevant domestic and foreign policy on October 17. WPTV News reporter Tory Dunnan asked thoughtful and important follow-up questions that truly put the two teams to the test. Likewise, students in all grades were focused with... READ MORE »»
Seventh grader Grace Kearns makes her point for the Republican platform during the debate in the BPAC on Monday, October 17.
The presidential election season is in full swing, and the Benjamin Middle School is following suit with their own student-led mock presidential debate which will be held on October 17. The debate will focus on both domestic and foreign policy. This is not the first time Benjamin has held mock presidential... READ MORE »»
Middle School students will have an opportunity to present the platforms of each party during their debates.
It’s Game 7 of the NBA Finals. With time winding down and the game tied at 89, the Cleveland Cavalier’s young star, Kyrie Irving, launches a three pointer. The ball flies through the air as the crowd full of Golden State fans holds its breath. The ball arcs toward the rim and finds its way through... READ MORE »»
Isn’t it horrible when you have a big test and are sick that day? You get out of bed feeling woozy and have a cough. Scared and worried, you aimlessly think about what would happen if you missed the test. You tough it out... Read More »
Have you ever gotten in trouble for being late to class? Being late to classes and RAAP is usually not a big deal, but when it happens every day, the prospect of receiving a green slip from an angry faculty advisor is very... Read More »
The future has arrived at The Benjamin School! Three new Makerbot Fifth Generation Replicators, otherwise know as 3D printers, now reside in the back room of Science Department Chair Ms. Gabriele St. Martin’s class. The... Read More »
It’s Game 7 of the NBA Finals. With time winding down and the game tied at 89, the Cleveland Cavalier’s young star, Kyrie Irving, launches a three pointer. The ball flies through the air as the crowd full of Golden State... Read More »
Students can now say “so long” to the static, text-heavy pages when searching for their assignments and grades online. There’s a new learning management system (LMS) at Benjamin this year, and it’s... Read More »