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SCDS is delighted to announce that it has appointed Ms. Kimberly A. Zaidberg as its next Head of School! Following Michael G. Murphy's retirement at the end of this 2017-18 academic year, Ms. Zaidberg will assume the headship effective July 1, 2018.
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SCDS Wildcat Ultimate athletes will go roaring into action this weekend, October 14-15, as they compete in the St. John's-Ravenscourt School's (SJR) annual "Hold Back the Snow" (HBTS) Ultimate tournament. Go Wildcats!
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SCDS teachers are constantly sharpening their skills and learning how to better serve their students' thirst for knowledge. SCDS's K-3 Spanish Teacher Sarah Willis was selected as a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Summer Scholar to attend one NEH's "Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshops" this past summer.
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On May 24, 2017, a group of Seattle Country Day School (SCDS) 4th graders who call themselves, The Radioactive Lightbulbs, joined Destination Imagination (DI) teams from over 15 countries in Knoxville, Tennessee for the annual prestigious DI Globals Tournament. The team took 2nd place out of 62 national and international teams in their category (Scientific).
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On May 24, 2017, a group of Seattle Country Day School (SCDS) students will join more than 1,400 Destination Imagination (DI) teams from over 15 countries in Knoxville, Tennessee for a global tournament of creativity and skill.
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Beginning April 24 during Lower School Tech Time, kindergarten and 1st grade students delved into a Mini Engineering Event (The "WIND"-gineering Blowout!). This project is the first attempt at a mini-engineering event for grades K-3.
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On Monday, January 30, renowned storyteller Antonio Sacre visited campus as part of the Voices III program. Sacre performed for children in grades 3-5 and then again for middle schoolers before digging into the nitty gritty of storytelling in workshops for students in grades 3 and 6.
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Inquiry. Drive. Solutions. Each of the teams competing in the FIRST Inspires Program, a program to spark young people's interest in science and technology, possess these qualities. This year, two teams of mostly SCDS students—The Techheads 2.0 and The Cats of Hammock—participated in FIRST Lego League.
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You won't want to miss "The Unofficial Guide to Crystal Mountain," a website by SCDS Class of 2015 alums Hayden Ratliff, Grady Short, and Xander Uyttendaele that is meant to broaden skiers' and riders' knowledge of the resort.
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On Friday, November 18 American poet Sarah Kay, visited campus on as part of this year's "Voices III" guest speaker series. Voices III is a nearly yearlong project that brings professional talent to the school with the hope that by interacting with diverse voices, students will be inspired to express themselves in new ways," SCDS Librarian Debbie Pearson said.
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