The sixth annual Grandparent and Grandfriend Day was another rousing (and rainy) success, with everything from the kindergarten’s avant-garde interpretation of “She’ll Be Comin’ Round The Mountain,” to extemporaneous lessons on the finer points of composition, courtesy of the first-grade Writer’s Workshop scribes.
By David W. ’19 Photos by Mr. Irving Williamsburg. Colonial Williamsburg in the 17th and 18th century, to be exact. Our Pennsylvanian seventh grade class was able to step back in time and witness the start of our country and the impact it had on thousands. After a nearly 7-hour bus ride filled with card […]
Text by Chandler S. ’17 Photos by Chandler S. and Mr. Drobot On October 17, 35 students and four chaperones left for a four-day-trip to Montreal and Quebec City. Leaving at 9:30 p.m. on a Thursday night for a 10-hour ride to Montreal sounded pretty great at first, but, having to wake up twice in […]
At LCDS, Halloween is more than just candy and costumes: Seniors parade with kindergarteners through the school hallways, the entire school comes out for Friday night’s Halloween Festival and the Lower School celebrates with a Harvest Celebration and other parties.