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Bi-Cultural Honors Community Leaders

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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 will recognize Shoshana Dweck...

Bi-Cultural ‘Scientists’ Excel at Statewide Science Fair

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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 at Quinnipiac University, the fair showcased more than 560 research projects produced by upwards of 650 middle and high school students from 120 schools all across the Nutmeg State. About 150 of the students competing were selected as finalists. Their research was presented before volunteer judges from government, academia, professional societies and industry.

Six Bi-Cultural students were...

WDS Middle School Takes Audience on a Trip Around the World

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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 present. Scenes included dances, songs, skits and narration about Mesopotamia, India, China, Greece, Rome, Africa, Peru, the American Revolution, the Civil War, WWI and more. The songs and skits were written by students as projects over the course of the year in Roode’s social studies classes and all of the dances were choreographed and taught by Roode herself. “It was...

Yetziat Mitzrayim Comes to Breuers in Washington Heights

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Carmel Students and Parents Play With Their Food—All in the Name of Math

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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 point.

Welcome to Munchable Math Night at Carmel Academy.

Carmel Academy’s kindergarten through fourth grade students, together with their parents, spent the evening putting their mathematical minds in motion. Over the course of an hour and a half, each grade tackled two engaging projects—one using food as a manipulative and the other using art materials. What did the projects...
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