Kimberly Formisano's Blog

List of 5 news stories.

  • Collaboration in ColLabs

    Kimberly Formisano, Head of Lower School
    Spring has also brought colLabs to the upper elementary grades. It has been a privilege to see the students in action and see what is explored through cross-grade level collaboration.
  • Ms. Connaughton working with Grade 5 students.

    Focus on LS Math

    Louisa Connaughton is Brimmer’s Pre-K to Grade 6 Math Specialist. She has led some exciting work with our students as well as partnering with our teachers to help them grow and develop as educators.
  • Empathy Task Force in LS

    Kimberly Formisano, Head of Lower School
    Students from the youngest age know what it means to be empathetic. At Brimmer, our faculty and students are dedicated to helping one another. Empathy is at the core of everything we do each school day.
  • Kindergarten students recorded an advertisement about endangered sea turtles.

    In the LS Classroom

    Kimberly Formisano, Head of Lower School
    The Lower School classrooms were buzzing with excitement in the weeks leading up to winter vacation. Teachers worked hard to maintain the ever-important daily routines and to reinforce classroom expectations to keep everyone learning and fully engaged.
  • Building Community and Connections

    Kimberly Formisano, Head of Lower School
    The beginning of a school year brings promise of new relationships, new learning, and new routines. My own children demonstrated their eagerness for the school year to begin by preparing their backpacks days before the first day of school.
    • Head of Lower School Kimberly Formisano

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