The Scroll

Haiti: How to help

Will Portman

January 14, 2010

By Will Portman, '10, Editor-in-Chief With tens of thousands dead and hundreds of thousands wounded and homeless in the wake of a series of devastating earthquakes, humanitarian aid is desperately needed in Haiti.  The Cente...

Is acceptable use policy in need of revision?

Isaac Guttman

January 14, 2010

By Avery Maier, ’13, Contributor CCDS’s acceptable use policy—the guidelines by which students and faculty operate their computers at school—states that laptops are “to be used for educational purposes that serve the...

Middle School robotics team state-bound

Haleigh Miller

January 12, 2010

By Rebecca Miller, '12, Contributor What do you get when you combine eight middle school students, three coaches, and one robot named Ollie?  A state-bound robotics team. CCDS’s Middle School robotics team, dubbed Epic Pwnage,...

Michals lecture, school's response spark controversy, discussion

Will Portman

December 11, 2009

By Amanda Young, ’11, News Section Editor “I can’t imagine that what I said was so outrageous and disgusting. I don’t understand, but I realize I was at a high school in a conservative city,” said visiting artist...

Dress code, senior privileges changes "win/wins"

Isaac Guttman

December 11, 2009

By Isaac Guttman, ’10, News Editor Recently announced changes in Upper School dress code and senior privileges policies enacted by the administration have been well received by the student body. These issues have been contentious...

Photos from Wrap-In 2009

Olivia Eichenseer

December 10, 2009

On Tuesday, Dec. 8, CCDS came together for the Fifth Annual Wrap-In.  Students from all divisions worked together to wrap a total of over 800 presents, enjoying cookies and holiday songs afterward.  The gifts go to needy families...

Broadwell Books provides glimpse of what students learn in classroom

Isaac Guttman

December 9, 2009

By Rebecca Miller, ’12, Contributor Upper School teachers Patricia and Tim Dunn will host a discussion of Too Late the Phalarope by Alan Paton, a book about apartheid in South Africa, for the popular Broadwell Books event on...

Over 500 "grandfriends" visit CCDS

Amanda Young

December 3, 2009

By Avery Maier, ’13, Contributor, and Amanda Young, ’11, News Section Editor On Monday, Nov. 23, and Tuesday, Nov. 24, more than 500 "grandfriends" – grandparents and other relatives and friends – visited the Lower School...

Annual book fair this weekend

Amanda Young

December 2, 2009

By Holly Dayton, '13, Contributor The winter season is just around the corner. And with it, this Friday, Dec. 4, comes the annual CCDS Book Fair.  A highly anticipated event every year, this year, with Kathy Briggs and Heather...

Students donate 2,092 pounds of turkey to needy

Amanda Young

December 1, 2009

By Victoria Mairal-Cruz, '12, Contributor On Friday, Nov. 20, Middle School students passed 2,092 pounds of turkey from student to student as part of the third annual Turkey Train.  Middle School students brought in 161 tu...

Community Service Day photos

Olivia Eichenseer

November 25, 2009

[nggallery id=5] Photos by Ilana Habib

Senior Halloween photos

Olivia Eichenseer

November 21, 2009

[nggallery id=1] Photos by Ilana Habib.