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The dining hall menu for November can be downloaded here.
Both Girls' Soccer and Field Hockey won their semi-final games on Friday. We hope to see you this Sunday at Manhattanville for the NYSAIS championships. Field Hockey plays at 12:00 and Soccer at 2:00. Willy the Wildcat will be live tweeting during both games - follow him at twitter.com/willythewildcat Go, Wildcats!
Congratulations to Girls' Varsity Soccer (#3) and Varsity Field Hockey (#1) on big wins yesterday! The soccer team defeated Portledge 3-0 and will travel to Horace Mann on Friday to play the semi-final game at 2:30. The championship game will be played on Sunday, November 2 at Manhattanville College at 2:30.

Varsity Field Hockey defeated Horace Mann 5-0. The team will host Nichols from Buffalo, NY on Friday at 2:30. The championship game will be played at Manhattanville College on Sunday, November 2 at 12:00.
"The teachers and deans began to distribute Rice Krispy treats to the students at the tables. There were about six students to a table and some tables got one Rice Krispy and some got twelve. This caused much unrest among the tables that were given less than others and those who had abundance were laughing since they did not have this issue." Photo and caption by Christian Cho, Middle School Student. For more about Middle School Diversity Day, including video and photos, visit Wildcat World.
In my remarks at the Parents Association Annual Luncheon, I explained that I had recently come across a brochure written in 1934 by RCDS Headmaster Morton Snyder, in which he describes the RCDS community at that time. Morton Snyder was headmaster at RCDS from 1928-53, which means that, after taking over the School with its new Main Building (built for $200,000), he guided the School through the 1929 stock market crash, the Great Depression, World War II, and the start of the Cold War. Read Mr. Nelson's post on Wildcat World.

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