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"On a daily basis I am struck by how sincerely the teachers and administration truly care about my children and eagerly set out to discover what makes them tick." - Mark Day School Parent
In a long-standing project at Mark Day, 4th graders were given a fictional $1 million budget to "buy" their lumber (toothpicks) and joints (glue) to build a bridge that would withstand heavy weight. They then tested them out.
Each semester, 7th and 8th graders choose between about 10 electives, including photography, dancing, art, and more. On November 17, they showcased what they learned in front of peers and teachers.
One of our longest traditions, the faculty and staff squared off against 8th graders in a friendly game of soccer. Students came out to watch and cheer on their favored side. The game ended in a 3-3 tie.
Tatian Greenleaf and David St. Martin, along with a group of 10 Mark Day School students in grades 2-5, presented our design and tinkering program at the Barnes & Noble Mini Maker Faire in Corte Madera. Watch video
Join the merriment and fall under the spell of the Love-in-Idleness flower and Mark Day School's fabulous cast and crew! Click here to buy your ticket and view the cast list.