This edition of A Week in the Life presents memorable moments of the young new year. Highlights include the Forensics class delving into the messy world of (fake) blood spatter; the Cougarbots Yellow team taking third place in the Robot Ruckus First LEGO scrimmage, eighth-graders reimagining fairy tales for the stage, and the unparalleled joy of recess.
The LCDS boys and girls varsity basketball squads have hit the hardwood running this year! Both teams have competed well, already notching double-digit wins with a third of the season still to play. Both squads are in prime position for a postseason run. The boys and girls squash teams have reveled in having our new home courts, which have already hosted several matches against visiting schools. Right now, both the boys and girls squads are focused on preparing for the U.S. High School Team Squash Championships, which begin next Friday in Philadelphia.
’Tis the season for Lower School buddies making gingerbread houses, musicians of all ages spreading concert cheer and rosy-cheeked smilers filling the halls. (For good measure, Mr. Ringlein even assembled some fiercely festive fossils.) Cougar News wishes everyone a wonderful winter break and happy new year and we’ll see you back here in 2018!
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