RCDS junior Miles Chun has taken advantage of the tools in the maker space to design and 3D-print a special memento featuring a mesmerizing intersection between the letters RCDS and the numbers 150.
This month, the Technology Committee continues its Digital Citizenship initiative focusing on Digital Footprint and Reputation.
Along with schools across the nation, RCDS is celebrating Computer Science Education Week with a special video showcasing student work, a display of RCDS robots, as well as a timeline of the contributions from women in Computer Science.
Students in all three divisions stayed late on a Friday afternoon to hear from Al Rizzi '82, Chief Scientist at Boston Dynamics, about the amazing robots he's developed.
RCDS alumna Summer Kitahara '14 recently returned to campus to host a "Lunch & Learn" session for Upper School girls interested in hearing about Summer's path in computer science and her experience as a woman in a traditionally (but increasingly less so!) male dominated field.
At the Annual Innovation Fair, students and teachers from all three division showcased and celebrated research and innovation.
Students in Grades 5 and 6 explore integrated computer science curriculum that allows them to problem-solve using technology like 3D printing and computer programming.
Students in grades 3 and 4 recently had the opportunity to present their integrated STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) projects to the RCDS community.
When the Cohen Center for the Creative Arts opens in the fall, students in all three divisions will gain access to a brand new design-oriented makerspace with leading edge equipment.
RCDS's First LEGO League (FLL) Team, the "Hydrocats," participated in its second competition on Saturday, January 20. This year's theme of Hydrodynamics was met with enthusiasm from all team members, who worked many hours to prepare for and compete in three judged presentations.