We hope you’ll join us May 26-29 as we honor our community members’ culture and history.
Community Engagement & Enrichment Opportunities
From Public Purpose to STEAM, Sustainability, the Creative Arts, and much more, enrichment is central to the RCDS experience. We hope you'll explore and participate in some of these engaging opportunities during RCDS@home. We will be updating this page on a rolling basis, please check back frequently for new and exciting activities.
Turn an old sock into a new friend. It's like an octopus. From a sock
If you're interested and in the position to do so, here are a few ways to support our community partners.
Calling all young architects! Do you like planning, drawing, building, decorating, and creative play?! Try this fun never-ending-and-always-expanding activity with tiny paper houses!
Thank you to Ms. Behar who created this ADORABLE Willy the Wildcat paper doll
What 15 things have mattered most to you during RCDS@home? We would like to ask everyone in the RCDS Community (students, parents, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni) to gather 15 THINGS that have been most important to them during RCDS@home.
Join the RCDS Community in celebrating our first-ever VIRTUAL SPIRIT WEEK!
Try this Whimsical Monster Grabber using a scissor-lift style mechanism using recycled materials.
In celebration of Earth Day, socially-conscious chef Marwin Brown hosted a cooking demo featuring "food you already have in the pantry, refrigerator, and house." Chef Brown speaks to a number of important topics, ranging from food preservation to food security.
Create a Chain Reaction (or Rube Goldberg) Machine with a minimum of 4 steps or Energy Transfers, using items found around the house (recyclables, shoes, dominoes, boxes, dogs, books, anything!).