Hello CDS Middle School! Click on the button below and complete the form for selecting Term 5 Fine Arts courses.
Jasmine Kwon (7B) is asking that all middle school students complete a survey for their grade. The surveys are a part of a Middle School Newspaper project she's working on for her English class.
She will use the information to chart our common interests and help everyone get to know each other better. Jasmine plans to publish the results anonymously in the Middle School Newspaper and then post the paper in the MS Lounge. The results will also help us to plan exciting events for next year.
Thank you for your support!
5th Grade Survey
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8th Grade Survey
On Tuesday, April 21, Dalton traveled to Dwight Foreign School to take on the Lions. In the first game, the boys jumped out to a quick 16-0 lead, thanks to a series of excellent defensive plays by eighth grade PG Phillip Yoon. The boys dominated en route to a 30-4 victory. This marked the 100th game in the coaching career of Coach Clem.
In the second match the girls took the court in search of their first victory. After a promising start and holding an early lead, star player eighth grade PG Elizabeth Yu suffered a nasty knee injury and was unable to return to the game. The girls continued to battle, but lost 10-16, dropping to 0-3 on the season.
In the third match of the day the boys returned to action in another route, dominating from the start, and eventually winning 44-10. This game saw a great defensive performance in the low post from eighth grade PF/C Danny Lee. The boys are now 4-0 on the season and return to the court next Tuesday to take on BISC in a home match-up.
-Written by PE teacher, Daniel Clem.
On Sunday, April 12 G5 Nayon Lee passed successfully the preliminery round of Youth Horseback Riding competition 2015. She has scheduled to take part in the main competition on May 5th.
On Tuesday, April 14 CDS traveled an hour and a half through the rain to take on cross-town opponent BISC in what would be our first match of the season. In the first game the CDS girls fought in a tightly contested game, only to lose in the final seconds 6-8. In the second game, the boys used stifling defense and a series of fast breaks lead by 8th grade guard Phillip Yoon to jump out to a 15-0 halftime lead, and eventual victory of 28-2. The third game saw the girls return to action, and play much better. Despite holding a brief lead due to a series of baskets by 8th grader Elizabeth Yu, the girls could not hold on and lost by a final score of 12-16. In the final game, the boys dominated again, 20-2, thanks to an impressive performance by 6th grade guard Solomon Choi. Dalton was praised by the BISC coaches for their performance and displayed good sportsmanship throughout the evening. Go CDS!
Written by PE teacher, Daniel Clem.