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News & Events—What's happening in the San Domenico Upper School?
And so it begins: The holiday season is fully upon us, and though our celebrations may differ, we all share one thing: school breaks. Our kids will be home with us, and we want to spend quality time together. Though that will include lots of off-screen activities, we want to maximize our media time, too.
Women’s Varsity and JV Volleyball, Women’s Tennis, Men’s and Women’s Cross Country, Sailing Team celebrated end of the season with Upper School Assembly.
Common Sense Media's latest research launch, The Common Sense Census: Media Use by Tweens and Teens, 2019, was released earlier this week.
On November 20th the Upper School Biomedical Ethics class will moderate and lead an Oxford style debate with and for the entire Middle School which examines and poses the question, “With recent deaths and medical and health risks, should e-cigarette companies be held responsible for their products?”
Our youngest and oldest students joined together in one of our Upper School Science Labs for a project with Ms. Churchill's class.
November 22, 2019
SD Students in Grades K-12 celebrated Holy People from around the world, teaching and learning invaluable lessons about standing up for truth, equality, and love.
Many parents have had that sinking feeling after sitting down with their kid to share a beloved classic from their youth only to get to a scene full of racism/sexism/other terrible messages, etc.
December 6, 2019
November 4-22, 2019
Kids from Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade donned amazing, creative costumes to parade around campus on Halloween.
We celebrated the arrival of fall in style in our 1-acre organic Garden of Hope at our 15th Annual Garden Fair this past month.
As parents in the digital age, we have a lot to manage, and our kids' time on screens is not the least of it. It's easy to get anxious and wonder if we're doing it right, or, at least, if what we're doing is "normal."
Mike Fulton’s first opportunity to coach a team came when he was still in seventh grade, when he worked with Jim Saia to coach a team made up of his female classmates. Little did Fulton know at the time that his contributions to girls basketball would eventually earn him a spot in the Marin Athletic Foundation Hall of Fame.