Kinesis comes from the Greek word for motion, and "kinetics" is used in the vernacular to describe mechanics associated with the force that cause motions of bodies. At SCDS, we're all about energy and active learning. Every day, SCDS teachers engage students' minds and bodies through inquiry-based teaching.
We have moved our next publication of Kinetics to the fall instead of a spring publication. The Advancement Office is currently working on creating a robust fall 2020 edition which will include the launch and ingenuity of our virtual school. For inquiries, please contact email@example.com.
In accordance with our accessibility statement, our goal is adherence to WCAG-2.0 AA standards. We have remediated our Fall 2019 Kinetics issue—and made it available as a download to ensure it is fully accessible—and are working toward remediation of these documents going forward. Please contact the Advancement Office if you need any other issues made accessible.
Fueling (K-8) Inquiring Minds
What's Upstream? A Current to Discovery
The Voices of SCDS
Parts of a Whole
Creative Problem Solving
Maintaining the Momentum
Training Minds & Bodies to Excel
Learning Landscapes: Journeys Beyond the Classroom
In Memorium: Lucile Beckman, The Spark Plug
The Schneider Family: 20 Years at SCDS
Ideas in Motion
The Whole Child: It's More Than Academic
Truly, a Place to Grow
After School at SCDS: It's The Ultimate
Making Souper Connections
Sports at SCDS: Sportsmanship, Teamwork and FUN!
A Place to Grow: Groundbreaking!
Creativity 2.0: Individual Inquiry in the SCDS Tech Labs
Why Ask Why?: What Inquiry Means at SCDS