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Guests for Nov. 15 LS Meeting

During our Lower School Monthly Morning Meeting on November 15, the parents of Celeste Spruce ’32 came to talk about their culture and heritage as Native Americans. Celeste's mom Brooke Brown is Cherokee, and Celeste's dad Shawn Spruce is Pueblo. Also presenting was a member of Brooke's family, Mike Crowe, a cultural specialist with the Cherokee Friends program. Mr. Crowe came dressed in traditional regalia from the 18th century and shared a few cultural stories.

CDS Website Wins Gold Davey Award

Carolina Day School announced this week that its new website, CarolinaDay.org, was awarded a Gold level distinction in the Davey Awards. The Gold level is the highest ranking honor in the contest, and no more than 10% of the entries achieve it. Carolina Day is among only five to receive the Gold standing in the schools and universities category. 

Beyond Words

We sometimes take for granted that language provides the critical key to understanding. But language—especially when taught in an enriched educational environment with experienced teachers—truly is a catalyst for gaining deeper knowledge about ourselves and the world. The direct positive effects of a culture-rich curriculum on academic excellence are proven. 

At CDS, there are many points of entry for our students to access this world of understanding.