We began the day with an all school flag ceremony and are so excited to welcome everyone back to school!
Steven Sato – @stevensato | +stevensato As part of the Middle School curriculum, Country Day students annually visit the Museum of Tolerance. Students in Seventh Grade see the Anne Frank exhibit while the Eighth Grade students experience the Holocaust exhibit. This year, RHCDS was privileged to host USC’s Shoah Foundation on our campus as they […]
This year’s Lower School Science Fair had a fantastic turnout of 70 participants from Grades 1 through 5! The team of six faculty judges selected one Grand Champion, one Grand Champion runner up, and 1st and 2nd place winners from each grade. It was difficult because there were so many amazing projects. The students had […]
Are you interested in learning more about Country Day? Find out why these students are so happy! Join us on Sunday, January 29, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. for our Annual Open House. Have the opportunity to meet our Administration, Faculty, visit Kindergarten through 8th Grade classrooms, Science, P.E., Library and specialty classes (Mandarin, Spanish, Music, […]
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On Pi (π) Day, also known as March 14, Middle School math classes participated in schoolwide Pi-oriented activities. The sixth grade and seventh grade classes practiced teamwork, as they, using twine and yardsticks, measured the circumference and diameter of the center circle on our basketball court. Next, they plugged their measurements into the formula, C […]
Recently 10 of our Middle School students competed in a nationwide math competition called Mathcounts. The competition took place on Friday, February 26, at the Northrup Grumman aerospace engineering facility in Redondo Beach. This was the largest regional Mathcounts competition in the country. We competed against 200 other middle school students, from schools all over […]
The 5th grade students participated in a Newbery Book Club in the library this fall and winter. They chose three new books published in 2015 that were Newbery award contenders,Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate, The War that Saved my Life by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley, and The Honest Truth by Dan Gemeinhart. They were all great reads, […]