A Sacramento Country Day School Newspaper

Board terminates SCDS Breakthrough program for low-income students after 23 years

Sonja Hansen, Online Editor-in-Chief

On Aug. 11, Kelley Taber, president of the Board of Trustees, sent an e-mail to the SCDS community announcing the termination of financial support for Breakthrough Sacramento, a program that provides year-round, tuit...  Read More »

August 12, 2016

Q&A: Former SCDS student Pete Grieve interns at Democratic National Convention, sneaks into Clinton’s Friends and Family box

August 7, 2016

AP test results set school record with 91.7 percent of tests earning 3’s or higher

August 5, 2016

Q&A: Sophomore attends Republican National Convention, witnesses Trump’s nomination, roll call of states and Christian protest

July 27, 2016

Senior can’t get to Orange County due to Southwest flight glitches

July 26, 2016

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Q&A: Senior takes volunteer trip to Honduras to visit sponsored child and elder

Mac Scott and Sonja Hansen

Senior Anny Schmidt and her father William went to Honduras from June 17-25 for a volunteer trip called Project Santa Rosa run by the non-profit Unbound. Schmidt visited San Pedro Sula, El ...  Read More »

August 12, 2016

Skeptical senior visits clairvoyant to get the lowdown on her future

August 10, 2016

Q&A: Alumnus Jaspreet Gill becomes 10th Sikh to receive religious accommodation after year-long application process

July 28, 2016

Embarking on his first game of paintball, senior airsoft player learns snap-shooting tactic

July 19, 2016

Students take part in Pokémon Go craze, teaming up to ‘catch them all’

July 13, 2016

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Orchids & Onions

Orchids to Student Council for hosting the annual movie night. It's fun to start the school year by watching "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" on the field.

Onions to the wind that almost knocked over the movie screen in the last few minutes of movie night. Luckily, a few quick students jumped up and saved it in time.

High-School Graduation

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In the tradition of teacher-created skits that gently poke fun at each senior, teachers Kellie Whited (center) and Patricia Jacobsen (not pictured) sang a medley of songs for seniors Serajh Esmail (left) and Jag Lally (right), focusing on the boys' affinity for protein shakes and working out. (Photo by Kevin Huang)

Excellent action scenes don’t make up for lackluster plot: sophomore disappointed by final film in Jason Bourne series

Allison Zhang, Page Editor

Warning: this review contains spoilers! After a nine-year hiatus, Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) ...  Read More »

August 3, 2016

HERE COMES SUMMER: Senior gets creative in visual arts and writing courses at Cal State Summer School for the Arts

Austin Talamantes, Guest Writer

Every summer SCDS students take courses on college campuses to expand their knowledge. In this ser...  Read More »

July 25, 2016

HERE COMES SUMMER: After cracking mind-boggling ciphers for three weeks, sophomore reviews LMU cryptology course

Allison Zhang, Page Editor

Every summer SCDS students take courses on college campuses to expand their knowledge. In this ser...  Read More »

July 22, 2016

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Staff Profile

David Situ
David Situ


David Situ is a freshman who has attended SCDS since kindergarten. He plays violin in the high-school orchestra and will be on the golf team later this year. Some of David’s hobbies are playing games of any kind, sleeping, cooking and reading. His favorite genres are science fiction and fantasy. Some of his favorite book series are “The Sword of Truth,” “The Wheel of Time,” “Harry Potter”  and “The Lord of the Rings.” Contact at dsitu20@scdsstudent.org

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A Sacramento Country Day School Newspaper
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