Kathy Hagee will present her innovative climate change curriculum at the 2024 California Council for the Social Studies Conference.
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Students enjoy a well deserved break from academics with roller coasters and ice skates.
Sixth graders head to local rock quarry to learn how engineering and construction materials are made.
Third graders study local Native American crafts and traditions during Miwok Day in the Garden of Hope.
Our community welcomes grandparents and special friends to campus for a fun-filled day of joy and service.
If you're thinking about getting your kid their first mobile device for the upcoming holidays, there are many factors to consider...
Twelfth place finish at the State Championships provides glimpse into a promising future.
Each of us strives for purpose in our own way, according to our own inspiration...
The Thanksgiving break is a great time to unwind and turn off the tech. But if part of your downtime includes watching movies or playing video games together...
Students, families, faculty, and staff gather to support our neighbors in the spirit of solidarity and love.
Students squeeze in theatre, basketball, soccer, and baking before heading off on Thanksgiving break.
Middle School students develop critical thinking and public speaking skills while having a blast in Mock Trials.
Upper School students engage in global diplomacy with nationwide peers.
Fourth graders visit Marin County reservoir to learn about water conservation.
SD Theatre Arts cast and crew deliver a stellar performance of this classic Broadway musical.