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  • TOP 10 TIPS TO STARTING SCHOOL—FOR GROWN-UPS

    Parents' Association President Stephanie Parker offers her take on getting into the swing of things for 2015-16!

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  • INSPIRE(D)!

    Mark Day School is holding a weeklong project-based learning workshop for Bay Area teachers, hosted by Thad Reichley and Bonnie Nishihara in conjunction with the Buck Institute for Education. Click over to our Facebook page to see pictures and videos from Tuesday's magical lantern project!

  • ADVENTURES AFTER SCHOOL: REGISTER NOW!

    Our first session of Adventures enrichment classes is now open for registration. Learn more here and sign up here.

  • TRANSFORMING OUR CAMPUS FOR THE FUTURE

    Some of us are preparing to move offices temporarily, as we make way for our campus renovation project. Learn about it here.

  • LOWER SCHOOL ARTS FESTIVAL

    This year's theme was rainbows, and we were treated to a poem, songs, and stories by students from kindergarten through 3rd grade on this delightful topic. Check out our Facebook page for a few videos.

  • "CHESSICALLY YOURS"

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    To mark the 25th anniversary of the Knights' winning the National Jr. High School Championships, coach Ray Orwig and his wife, Gail, hosted a reunion for all past chess team members as well as current players. The turnout was great and our Lower School students got a chance to meet alumni. We have a multigenerational love affair with chess here!

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  • AUTHOR VISIT THIS WEDNESDAY!

    We are so excited to welcome the fabulous Mac Barnett as our special guest for 2015's Mark Day School Reads event. He'll speak at assembly, and all parents are welcome to join us for breakfast and more book discussion afterward in the library.

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  • MARK DAY SCHOOL KNIGHTS WIN 48TH STATE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP

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  • COMMUNITY LEADERS' BREAKFAST VIDEO

    We have video up of the talks we heard at our Community Leaders Breakfast this year on April 15.

  • UPDATE FROM BEIJING, DAY 8: ALMOST TIME FOR GOODBYES

    Bittersweet moments as our group in Beijing comes to the end of their journey.

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