There were hugs and happy faces all around on Thursday, April 20, as the entire student body of Bi-Cultural Day School joined teachers, parents and staff in bidding a very joyous farewell to the Stamford school’s eighth-graders, as they prepared to board a bus that would take them to JFK International Airport for an EL
Preschoolers at Bi-Cultural Day School in Stamford, Connecticut enjoyed a pre-Passover Seder with good friends and all the traditional foods on Wednesday, April 5.
Yom HaShoah at RYNJ took on great meaning on many levels as each division participated in age-appropriate activities to commemorate this powerful day of remembrance.
Fourth and fifth-grade students were introduced to the number six million, its enormity, as well as the importance of each
Several leaders of the Connecticut Jewish community will be honored for their commitment to Jewish education and their dedication to community service at the Bi-Cultural Day School (BCDS) Celebration Dinner, to be held Sunday evening, May 21, at the Hilton Stamford Hotel.
The Stamford school
Seventh grade scientists from Bi-Cultural Day School in Stamford had an impressive showing at the 2017 Connecticut Science and Engineering Fair (CSEF), bringing home a treasure trove of medals and honors from the prestigious statewide event, including several top awards.
Held March 14 through 18
On Monday, March 27, Westchester Day School middle school students performed in a creative show directed and choreographed by social studies teacher Tina Marie Roode. “A Trip Around the World: A Journey through Music, Art and Dance” was an original show that surveyed history from the beginning of time to the
Imagine being given four graham crackers, each with a value of 100 points, and your goal is to create a food person worth 400 points. The catch is you can only use two of the graham crackers. The additional two crackers must be exchanged for pretzel sticks worth 10 points and/or Froot Loops worth one
Waves crashed, masts split and the boatswain was cursed by Italian nobility as Westchester Hebrew High School joined Frisch, Ma’ayanot, SAR and TABC in the Third Annual Envision Shakespeare competition on Thursday, March 30. This year, the Envision Shakespeare program, founded by Rebecca Lopkin and Nancy Edelman, invited students
A long time ago in a galaxy far far away, parents were not averse to reigning in their children with the phrase (and the philosophy) “I’m not your friend, I’m your parent.”
But galaxies—and times—have changed, says Dr. Leonard Sax, an internationally renowned expert in the field of
At Carmel Academy there is a special community within a community—a small cadre of student photographers who are participating in a creative endeavor called Carmel Framers.
Carmel Framers is a middle school elective course, which introduces students to the art of photography.
Wouldn’t it be great if someone designed a speaker capable of amplifying the sound on an iPhone so that you could actually, well, hear it?
Wishful thinking? Maybe. Still, a group of middle-schoolers at Bi-Cultural Day School has its sights set on making this very wish come