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2020

  • March

    Gathering in the Greek Agora

    March 5 – In ancient Greece, a city-state’s Agora was the center of political, athletic, rhetorical, and artistic life – a public place where citizens shared themselves and their ideas with the world. 
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  • Classical Music Morning

    February 28 – Violas, violins, and cellos! The Upper School’s Friday morning concert series continued with a string ensemble performance that parents and friends thought was a magical way to start the day.
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  • Fourth Graders Study the Industrial Revolution

    February 21 – Families and friends caught a wonderful glimpse into how project-based learning brings history alive when they attended the fourth grade performance and presentations on America’s Industrial Revolution.
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  • February

    Cool Jazz

    February 21 – Last Friday, students in the Thursday Jazz Band were excited to showcase their hard work to their families and the RCS community. 
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  • Ninth Graders Bring Food, Clothing, and a Night of Caring to the Homeless

    January 31 – RCS has been supporting Midnight Run for over 15 years, providing outreach to the homeless living on the streets of New York City. The volunteer organization coordinates over 1,000 relief missions with schools, churches, and other groups each year. Runs are an opportunity for volunteers to bring clothing, toiletries, and food to the homeless, and, perhaps more importantly, to meet and have meaningful conversations with some of the individuals they are serving.
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  • Varsity Hockey Undefeated

    February 11  Congratulations to the RCS coed varsity hockey team for an impressive 8-0 finish this winter!

    “It was one of those magical seasons where everything just happened to fall into place,” Hockey Coach Lou Tocco said. “The majority of our players have been playing ice hockey for a long time and many are currently playing on travel teams. Players new to the game quickly acclimated. We had excellent goaltending, strong defense, and an extremely creative offense. Team cohesion was natural and players were motivated to assist their teammates in experiencing the joy of scoring goals. This can be attributed to ninth grader Bryce O’Brien leading by example. The unselfish act of looking to pass first and shoot second became contagious and the result was a team that can only be described as The Play-Making Team. Congratulations, team!”

    PHOTOGRAPHY: Minush Krasniqi and Suzanne O’Callaghan
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  • Can You Guess My Country?

    January 31 – This year in social studies, second graders have been learning about immigration. They began by interviewing their parents to find out which countries their families emigrated from. They researched and took notes about their family origins using nonfiction books and online resources. 

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  • Remy Lipman '21, Paper Fly Away, Silver Key Award

    2020 Scholastic Awards

    January 31 – Twelve RCS students were recognized for 13 works of visual art and writing at the 2020 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, the nation’s longest-running and most prestigious recognition program for creative teenagers. Congratulations to these talented RippKids!

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  • January

    Teamwork Pays Off

    January 23 – The boys varsity basketball team had an exciting 52-51 win versus Rye Country Day School last week, bringing their record to 6 wins, 2 losses.
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  • GeoBee 2020

    January 22 – Eighth grader Achylles Pons-Beltsyk has earned the title of RCS Geography Bee Champion this year with his impressive knowledge of geography, civilizations, cultures, and physical features. Congratulations to Achylles and to all the RCS students who accepted the challenge to test their geography knowledge.
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  • The Hoot Gets the Scoop!

    January 17  Fourth graders on the staff of our school newspaper, The Hoot, are always looking for a good story. So when they discovered that bestselling author Janet Wong would be on campus for an assembly, they decided to ask for an interview.
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  • 47 Years of Revelry

    December 19 – We celebrate one of our favorite traditions every year in December when the snow begins to fall and days are at their shortest. That tradition – Revelry – combines skits, songs, dances, and seasonal storytelling, heralding the winter solstice and another winter break.
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Mount Kisco, NY 10549
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