The school year is off to a great start after returning to campus last month. Masks and shields are being worn, students are socially-distanced and the spirit of our Silver Knights remains valiant. Memories of the move to a remote learning environment may still linger, but they are overshadowed by our Summit teachers’ commitment to educating the whole child through our five-pillar approach.
Immaculata rang to mark the 130th anniversary of the opening of The Summit Country Day School today.
Middle School students collaborated on this video to inform their peers of what we can all do together to reduce the risk of infection.
Teams have been working through the summer to implement plans structured at keeping children safe and healthy in preparation for an Aug. 17 return to school amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the measures taking place are the installation of physical partitions which will assist in dividing class sizes into smaller groups to support social-distancing and infection control protocols.
Because of the pandemic, our Campus Day celebration of the arts was cancelled this year. To honor the annual tradition, the faculty presented their students’ work in a virtual display.
More than 200 Summit Country Day School students showcased their writing ability in Wordworks, a student-edited magazine featuring stories ranging from biographies, book reviews and, reflections from past summer vacations to life in quarantine.