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June 14, 2019

Although I have only been at City and Country for three years, every year has been full of memories and funny moments, which I wish I could write all about. But sadly there is a limit, so I chose only my top memories from City and Country to write about.

The first time...

June 14, 2019

Although I have only been at City and Country for three years, every year has been full of memories and funny moments, which I wish I could write all about. But sadly there is a limit, so I chose only my top memories from City and Country to write about.

The first time...

March 8, 2019

On February 11th and 12th, many people traveled far and wide to see the Westminster Kennel Club Show at Madison Square Garden. There, they watched about 3,000 dogs compete to move on to the Best in Show competition. Those dogs are organized by their breeds into groups:...

February 15, 2019

Many students may not be aware that one way that their parents learned about C&C was through an organization called the New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS). 

Scott Moran, Principal, said about NYSAIS, “One thing they do is act in the interest of i...

December 14, 2018

Every student in the lower school has played with blocks from the IIs to the VIIs. However, the IIs are the only grade in the whole school who have special train people blocks, except when the IIIs borrow them.

            These blocks are similar to other blocks in the...

November 9, 2018

    Many people, especially students and teachers at City and Country, are clueless when it comes to asking what earworms and tinnitus are. “Are they like tapeworms in your ear? And isn’t tinnitus a disease?” replied Daisy Kenyon-Bishop, a XIII. Actually, an earworm is...

November 9, 2018

Over the last couple of weeks, the IIs have been at school independently and have been adjusting fine. However, most of their play has been reflecting their family life and their relatives. 

“Yes, mentioning their parents in play is typical. The IIs are learning to be i...

October 19, 2018

It is still the beginning of school year, and the IIs are growing quickly. They have transitioned into staying at school independently and as a whole group. They also attended their first Yard on the second week of school and are staying at school for longer periods no...

October 19, 2018

Cancer is a class of diseases leading to out-of-control cell growth and has been becoming more common. Despite the fact that many types of cancer are untreatable, scientists may have found a cure for ovarian and breast cancer which involves genetic editing such as CRIS...

October 5, 2018

   While everyone else gets back into the hang of school, the IIs are just beginning. Everything is new for them such as the classroom, the toys, and even the teachers. “They are still in their ‘phase-in period’,” said Sarah Hance, the IIs teacher. The phase-in period...

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