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Congratulations to fifteen RCDS seniors, whose art work is being exhibited in the Young Artists 2015 exhibition at the Katonah Museum of Art. The annual exhibit of work by local artists in their senior year of high school features the work of RCDS students Isabelle Brown, Allen (Salim) Green, Kris Scarfone, Edward (Teddy) Tananbaum, Jeremiah Washington, Emma Santucci, Jonathan Arroyo, Sergio Sabogal, Ariana Saperstein, Jonathan Singer, Paige Codrington, Karri Hay, Justin Chun, Zoe Verni, and Nereida Mendez. The location of the museum is 134 Jay Street, and museum hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday from 12-5 p.m.

A gallery of their work is on Wildcat World.

Inspired by French street theater and the Speaker's Corner at Hyde Park in London, Upper School faculty member Jenn Chen created "Word on the Street," a forum through which students, faculty, and staff participate in free-form self-expression in the main hall of the Pinkham Building. The most recent Word on the Street happened last week, coinciding with Discover Languages Month at Rye Country Day. Please enjoy videos and excerpts on Wildcat World.

 

RCDS senior Lexi Curnin and Science Research teacher Dr. Krasovec have been busy setting up a seismometer in an Upper School physics classroom. Designed by geophysicist Kasper van Wijk at Boise State University, with software developed at New England Research in Vermont, the TC1 "Slinky" seismometer is a simple but clever device that makes use of a slinky and magnets to measure seismic waves. See more information and photos on Wildcat World.

 

On Saturday, members of the Rye Country Day community gathered for a day of arts and international celebration. The gym was bustling with performances, the Bowls for Haiti silent auction, interactive arts activities, and delicious foods from around the world. For a video and photo gallery from the day, visit Wildcat World.
Does this room look crowded to you? There are 100 people in it! Today marks the one hundredth day of school, and the Lower School celebrated by gathering 100 people in Ms. Haff's first grade classroom. Happy 100 Days!

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