What feels nothing short of an obvious miracle is that 100% of our CDS faculty and staff are now fully vaccinated for COVID-19, have a first dose of vaccine already, or have a vaccine appointment scheduled in the next few days.
More than 400 people attended the CDS Rock-n-Roll Annual Party on January 25, rocking out together in celebration and support of our strong, vibrant, dynamic, innovative, and inclusive Jewish learning community.
The end of October will never be as it was before. And neither will we. No matter where we were on October 27, 2018, everything that came before and everything that followed and will follow, is punctuated by this enormous, unforgettable, and irreparable tear in the fabric of our lives.
The Pittsburgh Pirates CARE-A-Van brought fun, kindness, and grace during their stop at CDS.
The gifts of a work of art and words of heart have been a message to CDS from the world that we are loved and we matter.
What do you do when the pizza is late and the kids are hungry and there are thousands of dollars to be raised in two hours time?
CDS Head of School Avi Munro reflects on the Pittsburgh Jewish community tragedy and the response of love and compassion.
CDS faculty shared their expertise at the recent Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools Biennial Conference.
Here is a look at survey data from the 2017-2018 Parent Survey, and some priority areas that we're focuses on, thanks to your voices.
- The art of 'angelic troublemaking' as seen by youth in the Pittsburgh area, Public Source
- COVID-19 Silver Linings, Pittsburgh Quarterly
Leslie Frischman's sidewalk math equals neighborhood fun, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle
Yale can wait, middle school music cannot, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle
Bending education, Pittsburgh Quarterly
Majority of day school families eager for in-person instruction, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle
Jewish day schools make plans for reopening, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle
Day school students embrace online learning, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle
Online instruction offers new learning opportunities for students as well as teachers, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle