The third- and fourth-grade students participate in Diversity Groups throughout the year. All of the five classes are combined to create six groups of boys and girls from the different grades, along with two faculty leaders.
The 2015 Parents Association Spring Benefit for Rye Country Day will be held on Saturday, April 25 at 6:30 p.m. Proceeds will enable the RCDS Parents Association to contribute to student scholarships, faculty professional development grants, equipment grants, and other important school initiatives. Purchase your tickets and join the fun.
On Saturday, a group of tenth-grade students, joined by faculty members Ted Heintz, Sarah Werner, and Alison Doernberg, gathered to clear trails, remove invasive vines, and other tasks. More photos on Wildcat World.
Every Lower School grade has a set of ten iPads, which students use to research, record, document, film, read, and much more. Learn more about the amazing and creative ways in which Rye Country Day teachers and students use iPads.
RCDS junior Jeremy Regan was a semi-finalist in the American Museum of Natural History's Young Naturalist Awards competition for his project entitled "Documenting the Abundance of Suburban Wildlife in Irvington Woods through Camera Traps." Read more on Wildcat World.
Eighth grader Warren Kennedy-Nolle has won a Gold Key award in the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition! This is Warren's second National Gold Key award. Warren and the other national winners will be honored on June 12 at Carnegie Hall. Well done, Warren! Warren's poems and the works of previously recognized RCDS students are on Wildcat World.