At Country Day, our lively and warm community of teachers and students help make a unique and fun classroom experience.
Lower School grandparents got a special treat to be thankful for last week, when their grandchildren brought them to school to share a morning of songs, classroom visits and, perhaps most important, lunch.
In addition to the usual day-in-the-life series of photos, this edition features Middle School overnight trips, as well as the Montreal and Quebec City voyage. Meanwhile back here at home, the head of school played a little impromptu squash on our newly opened courts. Finally, we present the striking photographs of German international student Max K. ’19. They are images of the school as you’ve never seen it.
There are a few unfailing signs that fall has arrived: the leaves changing, Linus waiting faithfully for the Great Pumpkin, and costumed seniors and Lower Schoolers parading hand-in-hand through the halls. Add to that Laura Trout’s spooky science spectacular in kindergarten and the hauntingly heartwarming Halloween Festival. A warning to the cute-sensitive: This slideshow contains adorable images.
This edition presents the fullest snapshot to date of Country Day’s myriad goings on, from Upper School physics rocket tests to the Middle School-Faculty Games to Laura Trout’s spooky science extravaganza in kindergarten. We’ll leave the list at that and let the photos do the talking. Enjoy.