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In observation of Mental Health Month (recognized throughout May since 1949), SCDS Counselor Aaron Burrick invited speakers to campus to educate and inspire students. Topics have included major mental illness, power and control within peer and family relationships, homelessness, and the importance of "being seen."
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This past winter, 5th graders across the country were challenged by the American Immigration Council to reflect on—and write about—the theme, "Why I Am Glad America is a Nation of Immigrants."
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On Thursday, May 3, 2018, over 350 members of the SCDS community—including faculty, alumni, alumni parents, Trustees, grandparents, and current parents—gathered on campus to honor Head of School Michael G. Murphy for his fourteen years of steadfast leadership.
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SCDS grade 5 students invited Eastside Prep fifth graders to campus for an educational two-hour Spanish immersion experience on Wednesday, May 2, 2018.
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SCDS Destination Imagination (DI) Teams--The Radioactive Lightbulbs and "Look What's on the Ceiling"--came together at the DI State Tournament on March 24, 2018 placing first. Both teams are poised to compete in the Global DI Tournament in Knoxville, TN in May. At Globals, they will take their creativity, problem-solving, and teamwork to new heights facing teams from 15 countries.
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Schools across Washington state are working to create healthier—and greener—environments. This list includes Seattle Country Day School (SCDS). As a member of The Washington Green Schools, eleven SCDS grade 3 students have been collaborating to investigate and solve environmental issues.
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Seattle Country Day (SCDS) 7th grader, Griffin Maes, tied for 8th place in the 2018 Washington State National Geographic Bee held on Friday, April 6, 2018 at Pacific Lutheran University. Maes completed against 96 other fourth- through eighth-grade students throughout Washington State. "Griffin is part of a cohort of seventh-grade boys who enjoy challenging themselves to expand their knowledge of geography," Grades 7-8 Social Studies Teacher Mary Lowry said.
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Congratulations to all of the Seattle Country Day School girls' chess players who participated in Queen's Quest, one of the nation's largest all-girl scholastic chess tournaments on Saturday, March 24, 2018.
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On Saturday, January 27, SCDS students in grades 6-8 took part in the final debate tournament of the year as part of the Pacific Northwest Middle School Debate League. The Seattle Country Day School team placed 2nd overall in the tournament with 8th grader Abby A. placing 4th overall.
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On Saturday December 9, 2017 middle school students from Seattle Country Day's Debate Club traveled to Open Window School to participate in the second Debate Tournament of the year. At the end of the tournament, SCDS's Debate Team won 1st place overall with 8th grader Avi B. achieving 3rd place speaker overall, and 8th grader Andrew S. claiming 7th speaker overall.
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