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Reservoir Runners Press On Despite Chilly Winds - 10/29/18

By Venus Cooke and Jim Spellman, Physical Education TeachersLast Monday, on a very cool, cloudy afternoon, the Reservoir Run, originally scheduled for this past spring, took place in Central Park.... Read more

CGPS Theater Students Visit Ben Schnetzer ‘08, Currently Starring on Broadway in The Nap - 10/22/18

By Sarah Cusick, Theater Department HeadOn October 16, a group of seniors and members of the theater, dance and film department faculty took a trip to Broadway to see CGPS alumnus Ben Schnetzer ‘08... Read more

Not Just Selfies: Smartphone Photography is a Fine Art - 10/22/18

While traditional photography courses revolve around the use of DSLR — or digital — cameras, art teacher Stevenson Estime explains that smartphones offer a new, and perhaps greater, creative... Read more

Meteorologist and CBS News Contributor Jeff Berardelli Visits the Environmental Club - 10/22/18

This year, the Environmental Club’s Rachel S. ‘19 has spearheaded efforts to discuss the importance of recycling, with a specific focus on improving recycling initiatives around CGPS. The Club also... Read more

A Beginner’s Guide to Building Computers - 10/22/18

Technology teacher Damian Giorlando built his first personal computer when he was in the 5th grade, and he wants to inspire his current Middle School students to do the same. In his module, Building... Read more

The 2nd Grade Visits Ellis Island - 10/22/18

This week, the entire 2nd grade took their annual field trip to Ellis Island. As part of the trip, students role-played going through the immigration service’s inspection process. This included a... Read more

Otis College Counselor Discusses Benefits of Art School - 10/12/18

Last week Valerie Diaz, an Admissions Counselor from the Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, came to speak to Prep School students about applying to art school. The presentation provided... Read more

Prep School Metalsmithing Offers Extraordinary Opportunity - 10/12/18

Four years ago, Sara Glaberson, Prep School metalsmithing teacher, took over the metalsmithing class at CGPS. The class is a unique offering within the Prep School and is certainly unusual in any... Read more

MECA and Prep School Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month - 10/12/18

Recently, students and supervisors of MECA Prep gathered in the Prep School Library to discuss and honor themes surrounding Hispanic Heritage Month. MECA, which stands for Multi-ethnic Cultural... Read more

Spirit and Kindness Assembly Rallies Students Across Grades - 10/12/18

Last Week, author and inspirational speaker Michael J. Chase came to talk to the Middle School about kindness and empathy. He left the students with the challenge to be kind every day for nine days,... Read more