Who Am I? and “D’em Bones” are Halloween traditions at The New School

Each year at TNSM, elementary students celebrate Halloween in a special way.

  • The 6th graders share their love of anatomy in a “D’em Bones” song that lists bones from (head) parietal bone… to (toe) the distal phalanges.
  • Who Am I? is another long held tradition at TNSM. Students dress up as a literary or historical figure and provide three clues for their peers to guess who they are.

Parents and children alike, appreciate the work the students have put in to  learning their song, preparing their costumes, and the bravery.

Teachers dress up as well. See if you can figure out who our art teacher, Robin Hartmann is, below.



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