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All School Calendar

If you are a parent of a La Jolla Country Day School (LJCDS) student, please log in to the Parent Portal to view the portal calendar, which will list the following events as well as field trips and special student events.

March 2020

  • Mar
    3

    CDAA Team Meeting & VAPA Parent Session

    Admissions Conference Room
    For all interested in supporting the growth of the arts, please join Lisa Kanetake and core members of Country Day Arts Alliance on a monthly basis. We look forward to planning with you, listening to your input, and developing new 2020-21 ideas. Thank you for ensuring that LJCDS is a creative space for all! Please confirm the meeting location with the reception desk. We will be in the Admissions Conference Room.
  • SD Blood Bank Blood Drive

    Community Hall
    San Diego Blood Bank Blood Drive at LJCDS is on 3/3/2020 from 9:30am-3:00pm! Make your donation appointment  here. Walk-ins are also welcome! Students 17 and up can donate. Parents and family members of all students are invited and encouraged to donate. Raffle prizes available for everyone who donates blood!
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  • Men's Lacrosse vs. La Jolla

    Ings Field
  • Mar
    4

    Parents Association Meetup

    Community Hall
  • HOS Learning Lunch - Dr. Gary Krahn

    Boardroom
    Theme: Get to know Gary and his vision for LJCDS 

    Please click here for the Learning Lunch RSVP
  • Visual Arts Open Studios

    VASC - 10
    Every Wednesday and Friday from 3:15–5:30 p.m. in VASC 10 and 11. Middle and Upper School students, are you looking to experiment with new materials or finish a project you started in class? Ms. Stringer and Ms. Corona will host students for extra creativity time outside of class. This is a free program for students to practice skills and explore concepts on their own—emphasizing students’ inquiry-based approach to art-making while encouraging experimentation and discovery. Open Studios is not for additional instruction but rather extra studio time to create freely and expand each young artist’s individual art practice. Middle School students must first check-in with aftercare in room 102 before entering the art studios. To help us plan, please register here weekly. Contact Ms. Stringer (estringer@ljcds.org) or Ms. Corona (lcorona@ljcds.org) with questions.
  • Mar
    5
  • Men's Tennis vs. Santa Fe Christian

    LJCDS Tennis Courts
  • Once Upon a Mattress Musical

    Four Flowers Theater - Theater
    Many moons ago in a far-off place, Queen Aggravain decreed no couples could marry until her son, Prince Dauntless, found a bride. No princess could pass the impossible tests given to them by the Queen. That is, until the “shy” swamp princess, Winnifred the Woebegone, showed up. Would she be able to pass the test, marry her prince and help Lady Larkin and Sir Harry to the altar? Join us for this musical retelling of the classic Princess and the Pea. Told with humor in the style of Shrek, this production is perfect for the entire family.

    Thursday, March 5 at 6:30 p.m.
    Friday, March 6 at 7 p.m.
    Saturday, March 7 at 2 p.m.

    Sensory-Friendly Performance of Once Upon A Mattress: Friday, March 6, 10 a.m.
  • Mar
    6
  • Once Upon A Mattress Musical Sensory-Friendly Performance

    Four Flowers Theater - Theater
    Many moons ago in a far-off place, Queen Aggravain decreed no couples could marry until her son, Prince Dauntless, found a bride. No princess could pass the impossible tests given to them by the Queen. That is, until the “shy” swamp princess, Winnifred the Woebegone, showed up. Would she be able to pass the test, marry her prince and help Lady Larkin and Sir Harry to the altar? Join us for this musical retelling of the classic Princess and the Pea. Told with humor in the style of Shrek, this production is perfect for the entire family. 

    Thursday, March 5 at 6:30 p.m.
    Friday, March 6 at 7 p.m. 
    Saturday, March 7 at 2 p.m. 

    Sensory-Friendly Performance of Once Upon A Mattress: Friday, March 6, 10 a.m.
  • Baseball vs. Classical Academy

    Baseball Field
  • Softball vs. Madison

    Softball Field
  • Visual Arts Open Studios

    VASC - 10
    Every Wednesday and Friday from 3:15–5:30 p.m. in VASC 10 and 11. Middle and Upper School students, are you looking to experiment with new materials or finish a project you started in class? Ms. Stringer and Ms. Corona will host students for extra creativity time outside of class. This is a free program for students to practice skills and explore concepts on their own—emphasizing students’ inquiry-based approach to art-making while encouraging experimentation and discovery. Open Studios is not for additional instruction but rather extra studio time to create freely and expand each young artist’s individual art practice. Middle School students must first check-in with aftercare in room 102 before entering the art studios. To help us plan, please register here weekly. Contact Ms. Stringer (estringer@ljcds.org) or Ms. Corona (lcorona@ljcds.org) with questions.
  • Once Upon A Mattress Musical

    Four Flowers Theater - Theater
    Many moons ago in a far-off place, Queen Aggravain decreed no couples could marry until her son, Prince Dauntless, found a bride. No princess could pass the impossible tests given to them by the Queen. That is, until the “shy” swamp princess, Winnifred the Woebegone, showed up. Would she be able to pass the test, marry her prince and help Lady Larkin and Sir Harry to the altar? Join us for this musical retelling of the classic Princess and the Pea. Told with humor in the style of Shrek, this production is perfect for the entire family. 

    Thursday, March 5 at 6:30 p.m.
    Friday, March 6 at 7 p.m. 
    Saturday, March 7 at 2 p.m. 

    Sensory-Friendly Performance of Once Upon A Mattress: Friday, March 6, 10 a.m.
  • Mar
    7

    Once Upon A Mattress Musical

    Four Flowers Theater - Theater
    Many moons ago in a far-off place, Queen Aggravain decreed no couples could marry until her son, Prince Dauntless, found a bride. No princess could pass the impossible tests given to them by the Queen. That is, until the “shy” swamp princess, Winnifred the Woebegone, showed up. Would she be able to pass the test, marry her prince and help Lady Larkin and Sir Harry to the altar? Join us for this musical retelling of the classic Princess and the Pea. Told with humor in the style of Shrek, this production is perfect for the entire family. 

    Thursday, March 5 at 6:30 p.m.
    Friday, March 6 at 7 p.m. 
    Saturday, March 7 at 2 p.m. 

    Sensory-Friendly Performance of Once Upon A Mattress: Friday, March 6, 10 a.m.
  • Women's Basketball vs. Etiwanda

    Cathedral Catholic High School
    The #1 ranked Torreys take on Etiwanda in the SoCal Regional semifinals.
  • Mar
    9

    Tiny Torreys Zovargo Bug Presentation

    ECC 1 & 2
    To close out their bug & insect unit , Zovargo was invited back to show the Tiny Torreys real live creatures! Zovargo will bring along some of their invertebrate creature teachers for this up-close encounter and learning experience. This presentation will be child friendly and  will provide the Tiny Torreys hands-on encounters with Zovargo's  friendly insects!
  • Speaker Series: Imagination & Learning in Early Childhood

    second-floor library
    All are welcome to hear Dr. Caren Walker, assistant professor of psychology at UC San Diego, present on Thinking About the Possible: Imagination & Learning in Early Childhood.

    Her research explores how children learn and reason about the causal structure of the world. In particular, how even very young learners are able to acquire abstract representations that extend beyond their observations, simply by thinking. How is “learning by thinking” possible? What does this phenomenon tell us about the nature of early mental representations and how they change? Dr. Walker’s approach is interdisciplinary, combining perspectives in psychology, philosophy, education and computational theory.

  • Softball vs. Southwest SD

    LJCD Softball Field
  • Mar
    10

    Children's Woodshop Bus - K Zimmerman

    Kindergarten Parking Lot
    Kindergarten students in Ms. Zimmerman's class will make a wooden car in conjunction with their simple machines unit. 
  • Swim & Dive vs. Saints/OLP

    Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center
  • Softball vs. Canyon Crest

    Softball Field
  • Mar
    11

    Children's Woodshop Bus - K Bonfield

    Kindergarten Parking Lot
    Kindergarten students in Ms. Bonfield's class will make a wooden car in conjunction with their simple machines unit. 
  • Middle School Parent Coffee

    Community Hall
  • Visual Arts Open Studios

    VASC - 10
    Every Wednesday and Friday from 3:15–5:30 p.m. in VASC 10 and 11. Middle and Upper School students, are you looking to experiment with new materials or finish a project you started in class? Ms. Stringer and Ms. Corona will host students for extra creativity time outside of class. This is a free program for students to practice skills and explore concepts on their own—emphasizing students’ inquiry-based approach to art-making while encouraging experimentation and discovery. Open Studios is not for additional instruction but rather extra studio time to create freely and expand each young artist’s individual art practice. Middle School students must first check-in with aftercare in room 102 before entering the art studios. To help us plan, please register here weekly. Contact Ms. Stringer (estringer@ljcds.org) or Ms. Corona (lcorona@ljcds.org) with questions.
  • Baseball vs. Serra

    Baseball Field
  • Mar
    12

    LS Room Parent Meeting

    LS Music Room
  • JK -Birch Aquarium Presentation

    ECC 5
    JK students enjoy a sea ife presentation by Birch Aquarium.
  • Sand Volleyball vs. Valhalla

    La Jolla Shores Park
  • Mar
    13

    Blue Bash Goes Virtual

    Join LJCDS online from Friday, March 13–Monday, March 16 to show your support. The event’s beneficiaries—tuition assistance, faculty/staff professional growth and the Parents Association—are dependent on these funds and need your philanthropic support.

    Bid on auction items.

    For questions regarding Blue Bash Goes Virtual, contact Lindsay McCreary in the Office of Philanthropy at lmccreary@ljcds.org. Thank you again for your support!
  • Children's Woodshop Bus - K Tonini

    Kindergarten Parking Lot
    Kindergarten students in Ms. Tonini's class will make a wooden car in conjunction with their simple machines unit. 
  • Visual Arts Open Studios

    VASC - 10
    Every Wednesday and Friday from 3:15–5:30 p.m. in VASC 10 and 11. Middle and Upper School students, are you looking to experiment with new materials or finish a project you started in class? Ms. Stringer and Ms. Corona will host students for extra creativity time outside of class. This is a free program for students to practice skills and explore concepts on their own—emphasizing students’ inquiry-based approach to art-making while encouraging experimentation and discovery. Open Studios is not for additional instruction but rather extra studio time to create freely and expand each young artist’s individual art practice. Middle School students must first check-in with aftercare in room 102 before entering the art studios. To help us plan, please register here weekly. Contact Ms. Stringer (estringer@ljcds.org) or Ms. Corona (lcorona@ljcds.org) with questions.
  • Mar
    14

    Blue Bash Goes Virtual

    Join LJCDS online from Friday, March 13–Monday, March 16 to show your support. The event’s beneficiaries—tuition assistance, faculty/staff professional growth and the Parents Association—are dependent on these funds and need your philanthropic support.

    Bid on auction items.

    For questions regarding Blue Bash Goes Virtual, contact Lindsay McCreary in the Office of Philanthropy at lmccreary@ljcds.org. Thank you again for your support!
  • Mar
    15

    Blue Bash Goes Virtual

    Join LJCDS online from Friday, March 13–Monday, March 16 to show your support. The event’s beneficiaries—tuition assistance, faculty/staff professional growth and the Parents Association—are dependent on these funds and need your philanthropic support.

    Bid on auction items.

    For questions regarding Blue Bash Goes Virtual, contact Lindsay McCreary in the Office of Philanthropy at lmccreary@ljcds.org. Thank you again for your support!
  • Mar
    16

    Blue Bash Goes Virtual

    Join LJCDS online from Friday, March 13–Monday, March 16 to show your support. The event’s beneficiaries—tuition assistance, faculty/staff professional growth and the Parents Association—are dependent on these funds and need your philanthropic support.

    Bid on auction items.

    For questions regarding Blue Bash Goes Virtual, contact Lindsay McCreary in the Office of Philanthropy at lmccreary@ljcds.org. Thank you again for your support!
  • Mar
    18

    US Parent Coffee

    Community Hall
  • Visual Arts Open Studios

    VASC - 10
    Every Wednesday and Friday from 3:15–5:30 p.m. in VASC 10 and 11. Middle and Upper School students, are you looking to experiment with new materials or finish a project you started in class? Ms. Stringer and Ms. Corona will host students for extra creativity time outside of class. This is a free program for students to practice skills and explore concepts on their own—emphasizing students’ inquiry-based approach to art-making while encouraging experimentation and discovery. Open Studios is not for additional instruction but rather extra studio time to create freely and expand each young artist’s individual art practice. Middle School students must first check-in with aftercare in room 102 before entering the art studios. To help us plan, please register here weekly. Contact Ms. Stringer (estringer@ljcds.org) or Ms. Corona (lcorona@ljcds.org) with questions.
  • Mar
    19

    CANCELLED US Choral Music Spring Concert

    Four Flowers Theater - Theater
  • Mar
    20

    CANCELLED LS Spring Art and Science Spring Festival

    Four Flowers Theater - Theater
    Times and Information will be announced soon.
  • Coffee with the Counselors: How to Talk to Your Teen About Substance Use

    Join the Wellness Team as we welcome Kelly McCullough, LCSW, from the La Jolla Therapy Center who will be discussing what you need to know and how to talk to your teen about substance use. 


     
  • CANCELLED Visual Arts Open Studios

    VASC - 10
    Every Wednesday and Friday from 3:15–5:30 p.m. in VASC 10 and 11. Middle and Upper School students, are you looking to experiment with new materials or finish a project you started in class? Ms. Stringer and Ms. Corona will host students for extra creativity time outside of class. This is a free program for students to practice skills and explore concepts on their own—emphasizing students’ inquiry-based approach to art-making while encouraging experimentation and discovery. Open Studios is not for additional instruction but rather extra studio time to create freely and expand each young artist’s individual art practice. Middle School students must first check-in with aftercare in room 102 before entering the art studios. To help us plan, please register here weekly. Contact Ms. Stringer (estringer@ljcds.org) or Ms. Corona (lcorona@ljcds.org) with questions.
  • Mar
    23
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    24
  • Mar
    25
  • CANCELLED Visual Arts Open Studios

    VASC - 10
    Every Wednesday and Friday from 3:15–5:30 p.m. in VASC 10 and 11. Middle and Upper School students, are you looking to experiment with new materials or finish a project you started in class? Ms. Stringer and Ms. Corona will host students for extra creativity time outside of class. This is a free program for students to practice skills and explore concepts on their own—emphasizing students’ inquiry-based approach to art-making while encouraging experimentation and discovery. Open Studios is not for additional instruction but rather extra studio time to create freely and expand each young artist’s individual art practice. Middle School students must first check-in with aftercare in room 102 before entering the art studios. To help us plan, please register here weekly. Contact Ms. Stringer (estringer@ljcds.org) or Ms. Corona (lcorona@ljcds.org) with questions.
  • Mar
    26
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    27
  • CANCELLED Visual Arts Open Studios

    VASC - 10
    Every Wednesday and Friday from 3:15–5:30 p.m. in VASC 10 and 11. Middle and Upper School students, are you looking to experiment with new materials or finish a project you started in class? Ms. Stringer and Ms. Corona will host students for extra creativity time outside of class. This is a free program for students to practice skills and explore concepts on their own—emphasizing students’ inquiry-based approach to art-making while encouraging experimentation and discovery. Open Studios is not for additional instruction but rather extra studio time to create freely and expand each young artist’s individual art practice. Middle School students must first check-in with aftercare in room 102 before entering the art studios. To help us plan, please register here weekly. Contact Ms. Stringer (estringer@ljcds.org) or Ms. Corona (lcorona@ljcds.org) with questions.
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    30
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    31

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