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We are excited to offer an all new line of YCDS Spirit Wear!
This line of apparel has something for everyone and is available for a limited time. Place your order online by November 16, 2014. Additional details are available on the order site.
This article was originally published in the Central Penn Buiness Journal on September 26th and is now available for online review. Read what Dr. Heine has to say about the entrepreneurial mindset.
After School Enrichment offerings for the winter session are now posted! Registration is due November 6, 2014.
Program details and registration forms are availabe here.
We have officially kicked off our Homecoming festivities! This morning, our youngest students joined together to celebrate their school spirit and meet our mascot, Flash the Greyhound. This afternoon, all students, faculty, and staff came together for an all school pep rally. We hope to see you tonight at our Crazy Chemistry show and tomorrow at our Homecoming Carnival and Games. Go HOUNDS!
As a culmination to National Hispanic Heritage Month, our 1st through 5th grade students participated in an after-lunch Mariachi Dance!
Homecoming Weekend is full of fun and activities for everyone!
Please join us for Country Day's 25th annual Grandparents & Special Day, Friday, October 10th from 8:30 - 10:15 am. Panda Grandparents & Special Friends are invited on Thursday, October 9th from 10:15 - 11:30 am. Invitations were mailed to all grandparents and special friends on file, to join us for a morning of music and learning!
Please join us on Saturday, September 27, at 7pm in the Library.
Loosely translated from the Arabic, Zerda means "a festive occasion" or "a merry evening". Here at YCDS, it is our annual fall celebration of students’ talents in a relaxed, coffeehouse setting. Zerda is an opportunity for middle and upper school students to sing a song, play an instrument, perform a monologue, recite a poem, and enjoy sharing our many gifts with the community.
This week many students left the classroom for experiential learning opportunities.
At the beginning of every school year, each upper school grade goes on a retreat. The goals for the day (overnight in the case of the seniors) include having experiences with peers outside of the classroom, forging closer relationships with advisors and classmates, doing something active and fun, and enhancing the collaboration and community within the group. The retreats are designed with play and exploration in mind.