Students enjoyed a full day of activities! A pumpkin carving contest, dance and costume parade for all to enjoy!
Grade 1 students are using photo paper and different objects to create unique images using sunlight. A fun experiment to learn about ultraviolet light!
Grade 1 will have multiple opportunities during the school to meet and spend time with their grade 5 buddies. It is a time here at Country Day that many students look forward to.
RHCDS had a Spooktacular day full of festivities! There were activities for all grades! Kindergarteners learned to make their own slime in our Lower School Science Lab. Grade 2 students continued the Country Day tradition of performing their Halloween program with bewitching, spooky, silly and ghoulish songs. They also sang “Time Warp” in Spanish and […]
Each year, Rolling Hills Country Day School students in Grades Four through Eight participate in various Outdoor Education programs. In the Lower School, the Outdoor Education experience begins in Grade 4 with an excursion for one night and two days to Dana Point. This is a California history trip which occurs at the end of […]
Every year, we have Science Day for our Lower School, Kindergarten through Grade Five. Each Lower School teacher conducts a hands-on science experiment for the students in their classrooms. Students rotate throughout the day to the various classrooms and have a science filled day learning a little bit about biology, chemistry and physics. Parent volunteers […]
Grade 1 and Grade 5 students meet their new buddies for the first time of this academic school year. The Buddy Program is a tradition at Country Day School. It starts in Kindergarten in which older students are paired with younger students and every student has a buddy. The buddies meet several times throughout the […]
Welcome back new and returning Country Day students. Looking forward to another great year at RHCDS! Grade 5, leaders of our Lower School, learning how to raise the flag for morning meeting.
After spending the last few months learning about Brazil and the Amazon Rain Forest, the first grade was lucky enough to experience Brazilian culture first-hand. We had lunch at Pampas Grill, where we sampled traditional Brazilian food. Then we traveled to the Brasil Brasil Cultural Center to learn Capoeira. Capoeira is a martial art form […]