After reading Frankenstein, students in grade 10 English were tasked with conceiving an idealized form and bringing it to life in the makerspace. Sarah Land explains the project and how working in the makerspace helps support collaboration, problem solving, innovation, and creativity.
As part of the annual Strong Family Dance Assembly, RCDS welcomed Urban Bush Women (UBW), a modern dance company based in Brooklyn, N.Y., for a series of on-campus performances and workshops. UBW's performance impressed students, faculty, and staff in all three divisions with its bold, innovative, demanding, and exciting style that challenged assumptions about people of color, body types, movement styles, society, and history.
For the first time, Rye Country Day School will host the United States Invitational Young Physicists Tournament (USIYPT), an annual physics research and debate tournament for high school students. On January 26-27, thirteen teams from throughout the country and the world will compete for the title.
Thank you to the Parents Association for hosting the RCDS Family Skating party. It was a fantastic afternoon of skating, hot chocolate, and fun!