As part of a unique archeological performance assessment, teams of middle school students were given a mystery bag of "natural resources," a time limit and the challenge of piecing together an ancient civilization.
Our Kindergarten classes donned scrubs and visited Sarasota Memorial Hospital to take a tour and learn all about how robots can be used to keep us safe and healthy.
It's harvest time in the garden! Check out our first graders trimming tomato plants and baby collards while preparing the soil for new planting.
Our Tweens are kicking 2017 off with a Science unit of study on the skeletal system. They plan to keep expanding their knowledge of how to keep their bodies healthy and growing while focusing on how their bodies work.
Middle schoolers continue a program of "Common Table" lunches with a diverse group of friends from the Womens Interfaith Network, a non-profit organization based in Sarasota promoting tolerance and understanding.
Is there anything better than bubbles?!? Bubblepalooza turned into a party for the young (and young at heart)!
Community Day School provides a nurturing learning environment that encourages and supports students through a curriculum that is individually challenging and developmentally appropriate. Our students learn academic essentials while participating in a broad range of enrichment programming including music, art, dance, foreign language and agricultural science. We are a small, safe, interfaith Jewish Day school that offers a rigorous, project-based education for elementary, and middle school students. For children 15 months and older, our Reggio-emilia inspired preschool provides a purposeful, play-based, curriculum-driven learning environment.