Acts in this year’s Talent Show

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Summer Registration is open!

Check out our workshop listing and program information here: TDS Summer Program

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Fall Carnival, Nov.2 – Volunteers needed

  Fall Carnival – The Fall Carnival will be on Friday, November 2nd from 1 – 3 PM in the TDS gym. Students play carnival games, have their faces painted, and more. We are still looking for a few more parent volunteers. Please visit this link to see how you can help.

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Hurricane Florence Drive – Next Bake Sale, Oct. 25

Hurricane Florence Drive – Thank you to everyone who participated in the bake sales this week! With your help, middle school has already raised over $600 to benefit the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. If you forgot your dollar or just want another treat, there will be another bake sale on October 25th. If […]

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Exciting visitor!

Zion Williamson Visits TDS! – On Tuesday, students were in for a huge surprise when freshman super-star Zion Williamson from Duke Men’s Basketball paid a visit. He told students to stay disciplined, believe in yourself, and be willing to make sacrifices. He also stressed the importance of a great education. Finally, he showed off some of his […]

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TDS Dine-out at Smashburger on Tuesday, Oct. 2

Dine-Out – Please join us for our first dine-out of the year on Tuesday, October 2nd at Smashburger. The restaurant is located at 2608 Erwin Rd in Durham and is open from 10 AM to 10 PM. We hope to see you there!

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Talent Show – October 5

Does your child have a special talent? Piano? Singing? Dancing? Comedy? You name it, and we’d love to have it for the Talent Show, which takes place Friday, October 5th at 1:30 PM. All parents are welcome to attend. Please complete the sign-up form and send it to the TDS Office by Wednesday, September 26th.

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Lunch ordering system is available through Quarter 1

The lunch system has been updated and is available for ordering through the end of Quarter 1, October 26. Please use the Quicklinks tab at the top of this page to access the lunch system. You will see that we have changed a few menu items. The biggest change is our Tuesday option will feature […]

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First Grade Young Writer’s Tea

1st Grade Young Writer’s Tea – Congratulations to Ms. Fisher and Ms. Beyer’s 1st grade students who presented their individual books of haikus and animal research projects to their parents on Wednesday morning.

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LS Field Day and MS Rock Climbing

LS Field Day and MS Rock Climbing – On May 10th, lower school students enjoyed activities like the 50-yard dash, a potato sack race, and tug o’ war. Middle school students were able to take their athleticism to the next level and try their hand at rock climbing. Thank you to Coach Morrison, Jeff and Margaret Dean, and […]

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MS Community Service Projects

Middle School advisories each researched and are now implementing different community service projects. Last week during Crossroads all students participated in packing sandwiches, rice and beans for Urban Ministries of Durham, a local non-profit which connects homeless neighbors with food, shelter and a future. This week through Tuesday, May 23 advisories are collecting items for […]

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Around the World in Two Hours – TDS International Festival

Jules Verne, the author of Around the World in Eighty Days, has nothing on Triangle Day School. Last Friday, we traveled the globe in just two hours at the International Festival. The fun began with Songs from Around the World, presented by the Lower School music classes, directed by Mrs. Bassler. The audience was treated to […]

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