Week of March 18, 2019
San Domenico School News & Events
- 3D Lab
- Admissions Events
- Alumni Events
- Digital Media Program
- Dominican Sisters
- Dorm Life
- Flex Your Purchasing Power to Support SD
- Head of School Blog
- iLearning Blog
- Lower School
- Meaning and Purpose
- Middle School
- Monthly HOS Letter
- Parent Buzz
- Riding School
- SD in the News
- SD Middle School PAWcast
- Teaching and Learning
- Upper School
- Upper School Service Learning
- Weekly Reflection
As an Early Adopter School in Harvard's Making Caring Common Project, we are pleased to share this second report, Turning the Tide II.
This is a tremendous accomplishment in the Marin Theatre Company's Festival.
San Domenico will host a blood drive, on Thursday, March 25, 2019 from 11:30 am - 3:30 pm, in the HOTA Foyer. The drive is open to both the SD community (students over 16 and adults) and the greater community.
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Tragically, we find ourselves in a position to talk to our kids about mass shootings regularly. Some of the shooters' motivations aren't entirely clear, and sometimes—like the ones of the shooter in New Zealand—they are expressly stated in written and recorded messages of hate.
My name is Isabella Engler and I am a Junior at San Domenico. For my ROSE Project, I am working on education inequality in Marin. ROSE stands for Real Opportunities in Service Education and creating a personally meaningful service learning project is a requirement for graduation from SD.
April 4-6, 2019
Listen to this fascinating podcast with Mr. Levasseur and two SD seniors in his Philosophy class.
March 14, 2019
We are thrilled to share the launch of our first K-12 collaboration to support literacy equality in Marin! During the week of April 1-5, San Domenico will be hosting a series of coordinated events to provide access and funds for books for students at Hamilton School.
March 21-23, 2019
Congratulations to all of the impressive performers who stepped up to share their talent and passions.
Remember when your kid was little, and trying to get them to sleep enough—or at all—was a huge focus? As kids get older, we sometimes lose sight of how important sleep is for both physical and mental well-being.
Part of our commitment to providing exceptional education and a sense of purpose means that even our youngest students are given the opportunity to begin grappling with some of life's biggest questions.