Science Lab Request – The LS lab animals are looking for homes for the holidays. If you could provide care to either the gerbils, dwarf hamster, or fire-belly toads, please contact Dr. Nelson. She will provide you with instructions and everything you need to keep the animals happy and healthy! We are interested in homes for Thanksgiving as well […]
Mitch Prinstein, UNC Director of Clinical Psychology and author of Popular, is coming to TDS on Wednesday, November 15th at 7:00 PM. Come join a discussion about how popularity affects our success, relationships, and happiness
We will be hosting a Latin food themed Potluck and Raffle to raise money for aid in Puerto Rico. This Potluck will be for children and parents on Thursday, November 16th from 12:00 to 1:15 PM in the TDS Commons. All children will have the option of dining at the Potluck for $5. [You might want to cancel your […]
The Tornado Times will now be published every two weeks. Please check out the latest updates on field trips, sports and other happenings on campus. Tornado Times, 2nd edition
The first edition of the Tornado Times was published this week. A group of Middle School students from all grades spontaneously got together to create a weekly school newspaper, the Tornado Times. The first edition was published this past Monday. Isn’t it wonderful to observe the eagerness and joy our students are bringing to this school […]
Join the Triangle Day School Ramblin’ Rose team! The Ramblin’ Rose sprint triathlon will take place on October 8th at UNC Proceeds benefit Girls on the Run of the Triangle. If you are interested in participating, you can find race details and registration information on the event website. When you register, you will have an option to join a […]
TDS Summer Campers took a field trip to Duke University where they got to explore the inside of a helicopter and play on the helipad. Up, up, and away!!
Watch this video of current parents and alumni, along with Head of School, Doug Norry, performing “Chariots of Fire”. Directed by Ali Carnes, TDS Chimes instructor, with the help from Ally Fox, current Chimes student.
Students in grades 3-5 are learning the basics of 3-D printing. In a recent project, students investigated the process of converting 2-D drawings made on paper into 3-D printed shapes. Each student made one connector and combined it with the rest of the class into unique and changeable sculptures. Students designed an image by freehand, […]