Contract Type: Full-year administrator start date – July 1, 2022
Reports To: Head of School
Contract Type: Teacher
Reports To: Dean of the Upper Division
Good Hope Country Day School would like to thank parent, and all around super star, Ashley Bouzianis, for taking on the enormous task of organizing and running an excellent Fun Run event! Her positive energy and enthusiasm spilled onto the field as all of our student panthers ran their hearts out for their school. Thank you for leading an amazing team of volunteer parents to victory! We are truly grateful!
Many thanks to the USVI Department of Health and this fantastic team from Pafford EMS for providing an opportunity to vaccinate 5-11 year old students on campus! We had 17 students participate in our vaccine drive this Friday, November 19th.
If you missed this opportunity and have a child over the age of 5, they can still get vaccinated at the Community Vaccine Center!
Use this link to book an appointment: https://www.covid19usvi.com/vaccines
Pictured: Tody Sanouia, Kevin Colbaugh, Jill and Neil Wise
The GHCDS Board of Trustees celebrates the faculty and staff with a Gratitude Lunch!On Thursday, November 18th, the GHCDS Board of Trustees treated the faculty, staff, and administration to a yummy Thanksgiving lunch, expressing how GRATEFUL they are for the AMAZING work everyone is doing to keep our students learning and safe. THANK YOU! Special thanks to Dr. Michelle Dizon for spearheading this initiative and organizing the details on behalf of the Board of Trustees and Laurie, from Blue Water Terrace for always showing GHCDS so much love.
Dodgeball has started! Four out of our six teams competed in their season opening matches yesterday. Congratulations to the teams that won and good luck to those who lost!
40 Dolphin swimmers traveled to St. Thomas and competed in the 2021 Virgin Islands Short Course Championships. This competition was between the St. Thomas Stingrays and the St. Croix Dolphins. A total of 75 swimmers competed in the 2 day championship which took place on Saturday, November 13 and Sunday, November 14. The top finishers in each age group were as follows:
8 & under girls:
8 & under boys:
15 & over boys:
Congratulations to Ms. Tina Thompson, Band and Chorus Director and Mr. Michael Belgrave, Steel Pan Instructor, and all of our talented Panther student performers, for a job well done at todays Fall concert “Keeping Time To The Notes of Thanksgiving With Music.” The concert included performances from Middle and Upper School Chorus, Grade 5 & 6 Steel Pan and Middle School Band!
NAHS members volunteered to paint portions for the Frederiksted Park mural.
Upper School students speak to local ceramist Sara Lee Hayes, via zoom, for guidance on completing their final clay sculpture in Ceramic class.
GHCDS collected dry goods for the Collective Collaboration Inc.! This local not-for-profit organization is dedicated to helping the homeless and mentally ill transition back into society. Ms. Karen Dickenson, founder and president of the organization, gave a heartfelt and sincere presentation at our morning assembly, highlighting the importance of community support towards those who are in need. She emphasized respecting all of humanity, no matter our differences. Many thanks to who supported in this worthy cause.
Morning assembly was full of expressions of gratitude and thanksgiving! GHCDS fifth grade students shared Amanda Gorman’s “The Hill We Climb.”
Morning assembly was full of expressions of gratitude and thanksgiving! GHCDS third grade students shared a Thanksgiving poem.
This week in science, 2nd graders learned why the male bird species can look so different from females. In our activity, Gobble Wobbler, students built turkey models that perform wobbly dances down a piece of yarn. Students observed details of real turkey feathers and used that information to decorate their models with colorful feathers.