On May 14, the middle school grades took a day out of the ordinary routine of school life to work on the "action" phase of their year-long service learning projects. Each grade has focused on a specific topic all year, and Community Day marked the culmination of a year of research, exploration, brainstorming, and action. Grade 5 focused on animals, grade 6 on water, and grades 7 and 8 on hunger, homelessness, and poverty.
At the annual Blue & Gold Dinner, the members of the Class of 2015 were welcomed into the RCDS Alumni Association, an organization that dates back almost 150 years.
The W. Lee Pierson Distinguished Alumni Award has been presented every year since 1993 to a member of the Alumni Association who has demonstrated exemplary service to RCDS and to the community at large.
Photos of the 2015 sailing team.
Yesterday was a storybook ending to an amazing season for the Wildcats. Rye Country Day went three-for-three at the NYSAIS Championship games at Manhattanville College.