Written by Chris Ausherman, Grade 2 teacher One of my first and fondest memories of growing up was being read to by my mother and wishing I could read like she did. It wasn’t that she read with characters’ voices or with silly accents. At an early age, I could tell how much she enjoyed … Continue reading More Than Words
YORK, PA, March 26, 2018 – The York Country Day School FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) team, GearHounds 9242, will compete in the FIRST World Championships in Detroit, Michigan on April 25-28, 2018. In their fourth year competing, this is the first year that the GearHounds have qualified for the World Championship. They will be one … Continue reading YCDS Robotics Team Headed to FIRST World Championship
Many times during the week, I remark how much I would love to share with others the smiles, the stories, and the joy I share with our students in their classrooms. These moments spent with your children are precious times that I treasure. Although our day was cut short by weather, I captured a few of … Continue reading My Morning Visits
By Christine Heine, Head of School YCDS traditions are an important and revered part of the day-to-day experience for students. From Opening Assembly to Commencement, students take part in many beloved and exciting activities that make our school culture so special. This year, YCDS has added enhancements to our facility and events to our … Continue reading New Additions, New Traditions
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This summer, the administrative team gathered for many full day retreats to prepare for the year. One of the retreat days, the group focused on One Word. This may not appear what it seems. Authors Mike Ashcraft and Rachel Olsen co-authored My One Word. This text serves as a guide in following a process on selecting … Continue reading One Word