A very special RHCDS tradition for Kindergarten and Grade 8 students!
Grade 2 students spending the day learning about India and its fascinating culture. They learned how to play cricket, traditional Indian dance moves, and tried delicious Indian cuisine. Thank you to our wonderful families for volunteering for this wonderful experience!
Lower School students participated in the Science Fair! Each student was responsible for coming up with a science experiment, creating a hypothesis and conducting experiments to determine the conclusion. They all did a wonderful job!
Grade 5 students participated in “Walk Through the American Revolution” this week. In which they became experts in a specific subject of the Revolution to answer questions and earn points for their teams while dressed in time period costumes. They also enjoyed a special lunch hosted by the grade 5 parents!
Science Day is a fun filled day where students are able to participate in multiple science experiments! The experiments are taught by different teachers as the students move from classroom to classroom. Science Day is definitely a favorite here at Country Day!
“RHCDS introduced Chromebooks this year as an agile research and composition tool. The school is 100% GSuite beginning in grade five, which includes tools such as Gmail, Google Docs, Sheets and Slides. The Chromebooks are tremendous productivity tools and since they’re natively “Google”, GSuite runs extremely well in concert with the built-in keyboards, trackpads, touch […]
Really special Country Day tradition where our 8th grade students introduce their Kindergarten buddies to the school. A passing of the torch from those who are graduating to those who are just beginning! Photo Credit: Olesya Alferenko http://www.olesyaphotography.com
Grade 2 enjoying learning about India! Playing Cricket in the park, learning a traditional dance and eating authentic foods during their India Experience!
Grade 4 students helped contribute to a record-breaking success! The Grand Total was 1,225 pairs of shoes donated to Soles4Souls – an RHCDS record!