Over the summer, 15 Upper School students participated in Rye Country Day’s Community Engagement Fellowship program. Exemplifying the RCDS motto, Not for Self, but for Service, they partnered with various community organizations to develop and implement innovative projects that address each organization’s needs. The fellows presented their purpose-driven projects at the Community Engagement Symposium on September 29. Thank you to our community partners and the RCDS faculty mentors who made these meaningful experiences possible for our students.
Kelsey Pos shared her research on fish and pharyngeal jaws.
The RCDS community is participating in Inktober, a month-long worldwide drawing challenge aimed at improving inking skills and developing positive drawing habits.
Over the summer, 15 Upper School students participated in Rye Country Day’s Community Engagement Fellowship program.
The addition of this new instrument provides new opportunities to learn and enjoy music.
Through daily community-wide features, discussions about Latine leaders, and guest speakers, students learn about and honor Latine history, identity, and culture.