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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.

October 2019

  • Oct
    1

    5th Grade Parent Coffee

    Specialty's
  • Oct
    2

    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.
  • Oct
    3

    Grade 12 Parent/Guardian Coffee

    Bristol Farms
    Our first Parent Coffee will be Thursday, October 3 at 8:15 am (after drop-off) at Bristol Farms in Costa Verde ( 8510 Genesee Ave.).   We can have a cup of coffee and touch base after Experiential Ed. week.
  • LS Math Learning Walks - Gr. 3-4 Parents

    LS Music Room
    Attendance for this event is full. Please look out for future opportunities.  
  • Water Polo vs. Francis Parker

    Jewish Community Center
  • Neighborhood Evening - La Jolla

    Interested in learning about the La Jolla Country Day School community? Join us for an informal gathering in the private homes of our families. We will share information about the educational experience at LJCDS.

    Click here for more information.
  • Oct
    4

    New Grandparent Orientation

    Boardroom
  • Parent Listening Sessions with Jarik Conrad, Ed.D.

    Community Hall
    To help focus, guide and inform our diversity, equity and inclusion work, Jarik Conrad, Ed.D., will facilitate a meeting with parents to listen to their experiences and thoughts. From these sessions, LJCDS will gain a better understanding of the work that needs to take place within our community culture. 

    Click here to 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.
  • Oct
    5

    Sports 4 Exceptional Athletes: Bocce/Flag Football

    Athletic Fields
    Sports 4 Exceptional Athletes Bocce/Flag Football Tournament: Saturday October 5th, 6:30 a.m.–4 p.m. No experience is needed to help out with this fun event. Grades 5–8 students can volunteer with parents and Grades 9–12 can volunteer on their own. Please sign up here or contact Ms. Zeavin at hzeavin@ljcds.org. FOOTBALL PLAYERS should sign up using instructions from Coach Hales.
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  • Women's Tennis vs. Sage Hill

    LJCDS - Tennis Courts
  • Oct
    6

    Torrey Trot

    Football/Soccer/Lacrosse Field

    Welcome to the second annual Torrey Trot, a fun run organized by the Booster Club. All participants will receive a large custom "Angry Tree" medal. NEW THIS YEAR - All participants also receive a collectible custom trucker hat. The course will remain entirely on the La Jolla Country Day grounds and offer a tour of our Lower School, Middle School, and Upper School campus. Participants may choose from a 1 mile run/walk or a 5K run. This event promises to be a lot of fun. The Torrey Trot takes place on Sunday October 6, 2019 at a very reasonable 8:30 a.m.! The event will start and finish on the football field. Bib pickup and race day registration will start at 7:30 a.m. next to the football field.

    Register at torreytrot.com
  • Oct
    7

    Blue Bash Committee Meeting

    Boardroom
    Please join us for the first Blue Bash Committee Meeting of the year! We will be discussing theme, auction items, and more. This is a great committee to join if you are new to LJCDS and want to meet other like-minded parents on campus.

    About Blue Bash:
    Each spring, LJCDS hosts an evening fundraising event, Blue Bash, which raises important funds for tuition assistance, faculty and staff professional development, the endowment and Parents Association activities. Parents have the opportunity to contribute to the event by joining the planning committee, purchasing sponsorships or tickets to the event, participating in the silent and live auctions, and most significantly, raising paddles in support of our funding priorities. Blue Bash not only contributes to LJCDS’s philanthropic initiatives but also offers a time for families to celebrate the Country Day community. Save the date for our next Blue Bash, March 14, 2020!
  • Speaker Series: Steffanie Strathdee, Ph.D., and Thomas Patterson, Ph.D.

    Community Hall
    All are welcome to join us for Dr. Strathdee’s story: The Perfect Predator: A Scientist's Race to Save Her Husband from a Deadly Superbug. Delve into the realms of predatory superbugs with infectious disease epidemiologist Steffanie Strathdee and her husband, psychologist Thomas Patterson. This is an incredible story of Strathdee’s fight to save her husband’s life, which led her to rediscover a forgotten treatment for antibiotic-resistant bacteria. This unprecedented treatment saved Patterson’s life as well as several others and helped launch the Center for Innovative Phage Applications and Therapeutics (IPATH) at UC San Diego, the first phage therapy center in North America.

    Watch Steffanie’s
    TED talk.

  • Oct
    8

    Parents Association Meetup

    Community Hall
  • Field Hockey vs. Cathedral

    LJCDS - Field Hockey Field
  • Water Polo vs. Mira Mesa

    Jewish Community Center
  • Oct
    9

    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.
  • College Counseling: Best of UK Universities

    Community Hall
    Going to university in another country is an exciting life-changing advventure. If you are considering overseas study as your next step, do not miss the chance to meet several top UK universities and find out more about the opportunities available.
    Colleges in attendance: University of Bristol, Durham University, Newcastle University, University of Southampton, University of York
  • Oct
    10

    LS Room Parent Meeting

    LS Music Room
  • LS Flag Assembly

    LS Courtyard
  • Neighborhood Evening - Carmel Valley

    Interested in learning about the La Jolla Country Day School community? Join us for an informal gathering in the private homes of our families. We will share information about the educational experience at LJCDS. 

    Click here for more information. 
  • Oct
    11

    US Parent Coffee

  • 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.
  • Field Hockey vs. Sage Creek

    LJCDS - Field Hockey Field
  • 5th Grade "Campout" and Movie Night

    We have a fifth-grade campout on Friday, October 11.  Our exciting event starts at 6:00 pm on Friday.  It includes tent building, team games, and a movie under the stars.  Pick-up time will be 9:00 am Saturday morning.  We hope everyone will be able to make it!
  • Football vs. Bishop's

    LJCDS - Football Field
  • Oct
    12

    5th Grade "Campout" and Movie Night

    We have a fifth-grade campout on Friday, October 11.  Our exciting event starts at 6:00 pm on Friday.  It includes tent building, team games, and a movie under the stars.  Pick-up time will be 9:00 am Saturday morning.  We hope everyone will be able to make it!
  • Tiny Torreys Parent Social

    Off campus
    Hosted by Gomez-Bossu family.  
  • Oct
    14

    Field Hockey vs. Clairemontt

    LJCDS - Field Hockey Field
  • Oct
    15

    US Quarter 1 Ends

  • Water Polo vs. Serra

    Jewish Community Center
  • Oct
    16

    US Special Schedule (with early start for 10th & 11th)/Quarter 2 Begins

    7:45 a.m. start for 10th & 11th
    8 a.m. start for 9th & 12th

    9th Grade Community Service
    10th & 11th grade PSAT
    12th Grade Senior Class Group Picture

    WEDNESDAY, 10/16 (Day 4) - PSATs
    Morning:
    7:45-11:30am: 10th and 11th graders take PSAT
    8-11:40am: 9th graders meet in the pavilion and then participate in service events
    8-11:30am: 12th graders meet in Pavilion then head to Cove for class photo
    Classes:
                    11:30-12:20: Lunch
                    12:25-1pm: F block
                    1:05-1:40pm: G block
                    1:45-2:20pm: A block
                    2:25-3pm: B block
  • Wake Up & Walk

    Football Field
    Wake Up and Walk Fundraiser: Wednesday, October 16 at 8:15 a.m. on the football field. The walk is open to all parents and family members, so please encourage your families to join us! All 9th Graders will be participating so wear comfortable shoes and your pink! A $10 donation is encouraged. (All proceeds go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure San Diego.)
  • 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.
  • Oct
    17

    Women's Tennis vs. Pacific Ridge

    LJCDS - Tennis Courts
  • Water Polo vs. Mission Bay

    Jewish Community Center
  • Volleyball vs. Classical Academy

    Smith Gym - main court - 1 Main Gym
  • 5th Grade Parent Social

    The Prado-Anzar Residence
  • Gender Revolution Film Screening and Panel Discussion

    The School Counselors want to make sure that we are providing support and education that meets the wellness needs of a diverse population. Part of wellness is cultivating a community where individuals feel emotionally and physically safe to be their authentic selves. One of the topics that has come up in our work with students and parents is gender identity. One way that we hope to address this need is to host a screening of the film Gender Revolution, a National Geographic documentary that came out in 2017 and is hosted by Katie Couric. This screening will be followed by a panel discussion led by Kathie Moehlig, of Trans Family Support Services. This event is scheduled to take place the evening of October 17th and is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about gender identity, whether it’s understanding terminology, the importance of using preferred pronouns, or how to be an ally. We appreciate your support of the wellness program and hope that you can join us on October 17th in the Four Flowers Theater!
  • Oct
    18
  • Canceled_Visual Arts Open Studios

    VASC - 10
    Due to no classes being held on October 18, Open Studios will not run on this date.

    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.
  • Fall Sports Senior Night

    Football Field
    Come join us for Senior Night, an evening sponsored by the LJCDS Booster Club where the Torreys community pays tribute to the senior athletes, along with their parents/guardian/family. It recognizes the dedication and hard work of our amazing seniors.
  • Football vs. Army-Navy

    LJCDS - Football Field
  • Oct
    19

    4th Grade Parent Social

    Off campus
    Hosted by Roy Family.
  • Oct
    21

    MS Spirit Week

    Let’s get fired up for Homecoming on October 25th.  Next week the Middle School will participate in Spirit Week.  MSAC members have chosen the following themes for students to wear to school:  
     
    Monday: PJ day 
    Tuesday: Character Day (Come dressed as your favorite book, movie, comic, etc. character)
    Wednesday: Grade color wars
    (Each grade has a color they should wear: 5th Grade-Yellow, 6th Grade-Red, 7th Grade-Green, 8th Grade-Black)
    Thursday: Sports Day (Dress as an athlete, wear a jersey, sport your best exercise gear)
    Friday: Torrey Blue Day!!
     
  • Grades 3-4 ERB Week

    Gr. 3-4 classrooms
  • Speaker Series: Tony Lee

    Community Hall
    On October 17, 2015, the unthinkable happened. Tony Lee was in Hawaii swimming long-distance to the Mokulua Islands when a tiger shark bit both his legs and would not let go. He survived and has responded to this tragic event by inventing prosthetic devices for vets that have lost limbs in battle and victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.

    Tony has been working with the Challenged Athletes Foundation to help others afford specialized prosthetics and equipment needed to compete in sports who might otherwise not be able to have opportunities to participate. His story was featured on the National Geographic channel and on Animal Planet.
  • Oct
    22

    MS Spirit Week

    Let’s get fired up for Homecoming on October 25th.  Next week the Middle School will participate in Spirit Week.  MSAC members have chosen the following themes for students to wear to school:  
     
    Monday: PJ day 
    Tuesday: Character Day (Come dressed as your favorite book, movie, comic, etc. character)
    Wednesday: Grade color wars
    (Each grade has a color they should wear: 5th Grade-Yellow, 6th Grade-Red, 7th Grade-Green, 8th Grade-Black)
    Thursday: Sports Day (Dress as an athlete, wear a jersey, sport your best exercise gear)
    Friday: Torrey Blue Day!!
     
  • Grades 3-4 ERB Week

    Gr. 3-4 classrooms
  • SD Blood Bank Blood Drive

    Donate blood in the Genessee Lot and help save a life! Sign up here to make an appointment or walk in! 
  • Coffee with the Counselors

    Community Hall
    Positive Behavior Strategies for your Lower School Student with Dawn Holman, Ph.D.

    Join us and l
    earn some simple problem-solving tips to be PROACTIVE to avoid behaviors and meltdowns instead of being REACTIVE. 
  • Volleyball vs. Santa Fe Christian

    Smith Gym - main court - 1 Main Gym
  • Oct
    23

    MS Spirit Week

    Let’s get fired up for Homecoming on October 25th.  Next week the Middle School will participate in Spirit Week.  MSAC members have chosen the following themes for students to wear to school:  
     
    Monday: PJ day 
    Tuesday: Character Day (Come dressed as your favorite book, movie, comic, etc. character)
    Wednesday: Grade color wars
    (Each grade has a color they should wear: 5th Grade-Yellow, 6th Grade-Red, 7th Grade-Green, 8th Grade-Black)
    Thursday: Sports Day (Dress as an athlete, wear a jersey, sport your best exercise gear)
    Friday: Torrey Blue Day!!
     
  • Grades 3-4 ERB Week

    Gr. 3-4 classrooms
  • Freshman Parent Coffee

    Specialty's
    9th Grade Parents- Grab a cup of coffee and join us! Meet and connect at 8:00am on Wedneday, October 23.
    Specialty's: 4330 La Jolla Village Dr
    Rachel Herman
  • 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.
  • Oct
    24

    MS Spirit Week

    Let’s get fired up for Homecoming on October 25th.  Next week the Middle School will participate in Spirit Week.  MSAC members have chosen the following themes for students to wear to school:  
     
    Monday: PJ day 
    Tuesday: Character Day (Come dressed as your favorite book, movie, comic, etc. character)
    Wednesday: Grade color wars
    (Each grade has a color they should wear: 5th Grade-Yellow, 6th Grade-Red, 7th Grade-Green, 8th Grade-Black)
    Thursday: Sports Day (Dress as an athlete, wear a jersey, sport your best exercise gear)
    Friday: Torrey Blue Day!!
     
  • Grades 3-4 ERB Week

    Gr. 3-4 classrooms
  • ECC Parent Meeting: Kindergarten Readiness

    ECC 4
    ECC and Lower School parents are invited to join our own kindergarten teacher, Terri Zimmerman and learn about  what kindergarten readiness is all about.
  • Jerry Pallotta author visit

    Community Hall
    AUTHOR JERRY PALLOTTA AT COUNTRY DAY! Jerry Pallotta, the author of the wildly popular  Who Would Win series of children's animal books, will be presenting in the Four Flowers Theater for Torreys in the first through 4th grades.
    Assembly for grades 1 & 2 will be from 8:45-9:45. Jerry will present to 3rd & 4th grades from 1:00-2:00 PM.

    PARENTS ARE WELCOME AT BOTH ASSEMBLIES!

    Books will be available for pre-order and also on the day of the event. Book sales and signing will begin after the 2nd assembly in the foyer of the lower school library.

  • Jerry Pallotta author visit

    Community Hall
    Jerry Pallotta, author of the wildly popular children's book series, "Who Would Win," will speak to 3rd and 4th grades at an assembly in Community Hall.
    PARENTS ARE WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND!
  • Author Jerry Pallotta

    Children's author Jerry Pallotta will have his books for sale and signing in the foyer of the lower school library beginning after his last assembly (approximately 2:15 PM).
  • Neighborhood Evening - Mission Hills

    Interested in learning about the La Jolla Country Day School community? Join us for an informal gathering in the private homes of our families. We will share information about the educational experience at LJCDS. 

    Click here for more information.
  • Author Ruta Sepetys' Book Tour

    Four Flowers Theater
    LJCDS is the proud San Diego area venue for #1 New York Times bestselling author Ruta Sepetys’ book tour for The Fountains of Silence, her new novel set in Franco-era Madrid. In partnership with Warwick’s, books will be available for sale and signing at the event.

    Doors open at 6:15 p.m. This is a ticketed event. Reserve a complimentary spot here. Seats are first-come, first-served. 

    Please contact Lorrie Culver at
    lculver@ljcds.org with questions or for more information.

  • Oct
    25

    MS Spirit Week

    Let’s get fired up for Homecoming on October 25th.  Next week the Middle School will participate in Spirit Week.  MSAC members have chosen the following themes for students to wear to school:  
     
    Monday: PJ day 
    Tuesday: Character Day (Come dressed as your favorite book, movie, comic, etc. character)
    Wednesday: Grade color wars
    (Each grade has a color they should wear: 5th Grade-Yellow, 6th Grade-Red, 7th Grade-Green, 8th Grade-Black)
    Thursday: Sports Day (Dress as an athlete, wear a jersey, sport your best exercise gear)
    Friday: Torrey Blue Day!!
     
  • CANCELED_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.
  • All Alumni Tailgate

    Community Hall Courtyard
    All alumni and their families are invited to enjoy (free!) food and the company of fellow Torreys before the Homecoming varsity football game! Register here.
  • Football vs. Escondido Charter

    LJCDS - Football Field
  • Oct
    26

    Kindergarten Parent Social

    Off Campus
    Hosted by Polselli Family.  
  • US Homecoming Dance

    It’s almost time for Homecoming! The Homecoming dance will be held on Saturday, October 26 from 7 p.m.-10 p.m. (see Division Updates for location). Student must arrive by 7:30 p.m. and may leave no sooner than 9:30 p.m. The dress is semi-formal.
     
    Tickets sales for our Homecoming Dance go on sale Monday, October 14. You may purchase tickets online (see Division Updates for link) or students may buy them from Student Council during lunch starting on October 14. Ticket prices can be found in the Division Updates.
  • Oct
    28

    Field Hockey vs. Mission Bay

    LJCDS - Field Hockey Field
  • Oct
    29
  • Speaker Series: Author Louise Steinman

    Community Hall
    Louise Steinman is a writer, artist and independent library curator, “roving cultural correspondent,” co-director of the Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities and founder of the Aloud series at the LA Library. Her work frequently deals with memory, history and reconciliation including The Souvenir: A Daughter Discovers Her Father’s War and The Crooked Mirror: A Memoir of Polish-Jewish Reconciliation. Louise examines them in the context of family history as a portal into memoir and also, social action.

    All are welcome.
  • Water Polo vs. High Tech High

    Jewish Community Center
    straverso@ljcds.org
  • Oct
    30

    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.
  • MS Musical Opening Night

    Four Flowers Theater - Theater
    The Middle School Trimester One Class will perform The Addams Family.
  • MS Musical_Evening Performance

    Four Flowers Theater - Theater
    The MS musical theater Trimester 1 class will perform The Addams Family. 
  • Oct
    31

    LS Halloween Parade

    Campus wide
    Tiny Torrey, Jr. K, Kindergarten and grades 1st - 4th meet on the Lower School playground at 8:30 am. The parade throught the campus is led by the MS band, while parents and guest line the walkways, sharing the fun!
  • In-School MS Musical Matinee

    Four Flowers Theater - Theater
    The Middle School Trimester One Class will perform The Addams Family for 2nd-4th Graders.
  • Tiny Torrey's Fall Festival

    ECC Courtyard
    Tiny Torrey students celebrate learnging about the changes of seasons (summer to fall) and Halloween with a fun festival in the ECC Courtyard.
  • In-School MS Musical Matinee

    Four Flowers Theater - Theater
    Studnets who participated in the MS Musical production of The Addams Family will perform for 5-8th graders. 

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