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July 2020

  • Jul
    7

    Dallas: Rising 8th Shakespeare Camp

    The optional workshops are an opportunity for rising 8th grade students to complete their Shakespeare reading requirement with their classmates in a relaxed atmosphere. We will use a readers-theatre method to cover the full text(s), highlighting significant quotes, themes, and general Shakespearean greatness.
     
    These workshops will prepare students for the summer reading review of Shakespeare in the new school year. There will be no writing requirements or exams for the workshops, and only minimal nightly reading. 
     
    Register today by visiting your CDA Family Login, clicking "Register for 2020-21 Electives", and then clicking the Summer tab.
  • Dallas: Rising 9th Shakespeare Camp

    The optional workshops are an opportunity for rising 9th grade students to complete their Shakespeare reading requirement with their classmates in a relaxed atmosphere. We will use a readers-theatre method to cover the full text(s), highlighting significant quotes, themes, and general Shakespearean greatness.
     
    These workshops will prepare students for the summer reading review of Shakespeare in the new school year. There will be no writing requirements or exams for the workshops, and only minimal nightly reading. 
     
    Register today by visiting your CDA Family Login, clicking "Register for 2020-21 Electives", and then clicking the Summer tab.
  • Jul
    8

    Dallas: Rising 8th Shakespeare Camp

    The optional workshops are an opportunity for rising 8th grade students to complete their Shakespeare reading requirement with their classmates in a relaxed atmosphere. We will use a readers-theatre method to cover the full text(s), highlighting significant quotes, themes, and general Shakespearean greatness.
     
    These workshops will prepare students for the summer reading review of Shakespeare in the new school year. There will be no writing requirements or exams for the workshops, and only minimal nightly reading. 
     
    Register today by visiting your CDA Family Login, clicking "Register for 2020-21 Electives", and then clicking the Summer tab.
  • Dallas: Rising 9th Shakespeare Camp

    The optional workshops are an opportunity for rising 9th grade students to complete their Shakespeare reading requirement with their classmates in a relaxed atmosphere. We will use a readers-theatre method to cover the full text(s), highlighting significant quotes, themes, and general Shakespearean greatness.
     
    These workshops will prepare students for the summer reading review of Shakespeare in the new school year. There will be no writing requirements or exams for the workshops, and only minimal nightly reading. 
     
    Register today by visiting your CDA Family Login, clicking "Register for 2020-21 Electives", and then clicking the Summer tab.
  • Jul
    9

    Dallas: Rising 8th Shakespeare Camp

    The optional workshops are an opportunity for rising 8th grade students to complete their Shakespeare reading requirement with their classmates in a relaxed atmosphere. We will use a readers-theatre method to cover the full text(s), highlighting significant quotes, themes, and general Shakespearean greatness.
     
    These workshops will prepare students for the summer reading review of Shakespeare in the new school year. There will be no writing requirements or exams for the workshops, and only minimal nightly reading. 
     
    Register today by visiting your CDA Family Login, clicking "Register for 2020-21 Electives", and then clicking the Summer tab.
  • Dallas: Rising 9th Shakespeare Camp

    The optional workshops are an opportunity for rising 9th grade students to complete their Shakespeare reading requirement with their classmates in a relaxed atmosphere. We will use a readers-theatre method to cover the full text(s), highlighting significant quotes, themes, and general Shakespearean greatness.
     
    These workshops will prepare students for the summer reading review of Shakespeare in the new school year. There will be no writing requirements or exams for the workshops, and only minimal nightly reading. 
     
    Register today by visiting your CDA Family Login, clicking "Register for 2020-21 Electives", and then clicking the Summer tab.
  • Jul
    10

    Dallas: Rising 8th Shakespeare Camp

    The optional workshops are an opportunity for rising 8th grade students to complete their Shakespeare reading requirement with their classmates in a relaxed atmosphere. We will use a readers-theatre method to cover the full text(s), highlighting significant quotes, themes, and general Shakespearean greatness.
     
    These workshops will prepare students for the summer reading review of Shakespeare in the new school year. There will be no writing requirements or exams for the workshops, and only minimal nightly reading. 
     
    Register today by visiting your CDA Family Login, clicking "Register for 2020-21 Electives", and then clicking the Summer tab.
  • Dallas: Rising 9th Shakespeare Camp

    The optional workshops are an opportunity for rising 9th grade students to complete their Shakespeare reading requirement with their classmates in a relaxed atmosphere. We will use a readers-theatre method to cover the full text(s), highlighting significant quotes, themes, and general Shakespearean greatness.
     
    These workshops will prepare students for the summer reading review of Shakespeare in the new school year. There will be no writing requirements or exams for the workshops, and only minimal nightly reading. 
     
    Register today by visiting your CDA Family Login, clicking "Register for 2020-21 Electives", and then clicking the Summer tab.
  • Jul
    13

    FM- Spanish Camp for Beginners (7th-10th grade)

    FM - 4900 Wichita Trail, Flower Mound, TX 75022 - FM
    July 13th-16th
    This class is a beginner class for anyone interested in learning a bit of Spanish. Come enjoy this fun class where you will begin your introduction to Spanish with games, music, poems, art, etc.
  • Jul
    14

    Academy Preview (for Future Families, all CDA Locations)

    Collin County Campus, 9645 Independence Parkway, Plano, TX 75025
    This event will be held in-person at the Collin County Campus, which will require masks and social distancing. 

    Parents of prospective students for all CDA locations also have the option to attend virtually.
     Please make your RESERVATION by 5 pm on July 13th to receive the online meeting invitation link. Come join us before the July 15th Application Deadline!
  • FM- Spanish Camp for Beginners (7th-10th grade)

    FM - 4900 Wichita Trail, Flower Mound, TX 75022 - FM
    July 13th-16th
    This class is a beginner class for anyone interested in learning a bit of Spanish. Come enjoy this fun class where you will begin your introduction to Spanish with games, music, poems, art, etc.
  • Jul
    15

    New Student Application Deadline

    July 15 is the last day to apply for the upcoming school year.

    We want your family to have the best start possible in our collaborative model and our team is here to help you complete the admission process quickly before classes begin August 10/11. Latin Camp (for grades 6 & above) is next week and mandatory orientations run August 3-7Contact the campus nearest you for further assistance.
  • FM- Spanish Camp for Beginners (7th-10th grade)

    FM - 4900 Wichita Trail, Flower Mound, TX 75022 - FM
    July 13th-16th
    This class is a beginner class for anyone interested in learning a bit of Spanish. Come enjoy this fun class where you will begin your introduction to Spanish with games, music, poems, art, etc.
  • Jul
    16

    New Student Application Deadline

    July 15 is the last day to apply for the upcoming school year.

    We want your family to have the best start possible in our collaborative model and our team is here to help you complete the admission process quickly before classes begin August 10/11. Latin Camp (for grades 6 & above) is next week and mandatory orientations run August 3-7Contact the campus nearest you for further assistance.
  • FM- Spanish Camp for Beginners (7th-10th grade)

    FM - 4900 Wichita Trail, Flower Mound, TX 75022 - FM
    July 13th-16th
    This class is a beginner class for anyone interested in learning a bit of Spanish. Come enjoy this fun class where you will begin your introduction to Spanish with games, music, poems, art, etc.
  • Jul
    17

    "The Lost Tools of Learning" Round Table Discussion

    Please join us for a round table discussion over the essay, "The Lost Tools of Learning" by Dorothy Sayers. We will discuss classical education and its distinctives, some of the context of the essay, and how all of this applies to our particular school.  Hosted by Mrs. Garland, Mr. Terry, and Mrs. Summers on Friday, July 17th at 10am CST via MSTeams, we hope to see everyone there to learn a bit more about this particular "C" in our classical, collaborative, and Christian education.  The link for this discussion is below. Once you have joined, please make sure to use the mute function so as not to interrupt the speakers with the odd barking dog or door closing.  
     
    In order to prepare, we hope you will read the essay found here: https://www.pccs.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/LostToolsOfLearning-DorothySayers.pdf
    For questions you'd like to see added to the conversation, please email Sarah Colby at escolby@gmail.com.  If you don't have the chance to read it beforehand, please join us anyway.

    Click here to join our discussion!
  • Jul
    20

    CC Latin Summer Camp for new CDA Students

    Put your Latin fears to rest! Latin is a core element in classical education and we wish to support your child in preparing for a successful completion of this graduation requirement. New students in grades 6 and above (with no previous Latin instruction) are required to complete CDA’s Latin Summer Camp.

    The July session is hosted on the Collin County Campus but is open to new Logic and Rhetoric School students from all campuses. New 6th graders attend Mon-Wed; 7th grade & above attend Mon-Thurs. Advanced registration is required.
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  • FM- Spanish I Camp (9a-12p and/or 1p-3p)

    FM - 4900 Wichita Trail, Flower Mound, TX 75022 - FM
    July 20-21
    The students have the option to have all day camp or half camp, but need to bring lunch if they decide to stay all day. We will be sending out a more detailed registration form this summer. This will allow you to choose your specific session(s).

    A little information for the camp:
    Books, Materials and General Information:
    Students will need to bring a computer or tablet, paper and pencil.

    Camp begins promptly at 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM each day. Please send your student to camp with a water bottle. Snacks are optional, but encouraged. Students may wear shirts with sleeves and uniform shorts or jeans with not holes. Athletic shoes or shoes that cover the entire foot are acceptable.

    All students will cover the following topics in Spanish Summer Camp:
    Students will use “The Supersite” and some basics to succeed in class. The Supersite is the Vista Higher Learning online website where class homework and other important learning tools are found. Likewise, Navigating CDA Connect to see assignments and the class Bulletin Board where instructor information is posted will be part of the camp as well.

    Students entering Spanish I will also get to know their classmates and teacher while having fun at the same time!
    Requirements: This camp is only offered to students enrolled in Spanish I for 2020-2021.
  • New Logic & Rhetoric School Parents Social and Q&A

    Collin County Campus, 9645 Independence Pkway, Plano, TX 75025
    Parents of new Logic and Rhetoric School students are invited to stay after Latin Summer Camp drop-off for an informal Q & A session with upper school administrators. Please join us for coffee!

  • Jul
    21

    CC Latin Summer Camp for new CDA Students

    Put your Latin fears to rest! Latin is a core element in classical education and we wish to support your child in preparing for a successful completion of this graduation requirement. New students in grades 6 and above (with no previous Latin instruction) are required to complete CDA’s Latin Summer Camp.

    The July session is hosted on the Collin County Campus but is open to new Logic and Rhetoric School students from all campuses. New 6th graders attend Mon-Wed; 7th grade & above attend Mon-Thurs. Advanced registration is required.
    Read More
  • FM- Spanish I Camp (9a-12p and/or 1p-3p)

    FM - 4900 Wichita Trail, Flower Mound, TX 75022 - FM
    July 20-21
    The students have the option to have all day camp or half camp, but need to bring lunch if they decide to stay all day. We will be sending out a more detailed registration form this summer. This will allow you to choose your specific session(s).

    A little information for the camp:
    Books, Materials and General Information:
    Students will need to bring a computer or tablet, paper and pencil.

    Camp begins promptly at 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM each day. Please send your student to camp with a water bottle. Snacks are optional, but encouraged. Students may wear shirts with sleeves and uniform shorts or jeans with not holes. Athletic shoes or shoes that cover the entire foot are acceptable.

    All students will cover the following topics in Spanish Summer Camp:
    Students will use “The Supersite” and some basics to succeed in class. The Supersite is the Vista Higher Learning online website where class homework and other important learning tools are found. Likewise, Navigating CDA Connect to see assignments and the class Bulletin Board where instructor information is posted will be part of the camp as well.

    Students entering Spanish I will also get to know their classmates and teacher while having fun at the same time!
    Requirements: This camp is only offered to students enrolled in Spanish I for 2020-2021.
  • Jul
    22

    CC Latin Summer Camp for new CDA Students

    Put your Latin fears to rest! Latin is a core element in classical education and we wish to support your child in preparing for a successful completion of this graduation requirement. New students in grades 6 and above (with no previous Latin instruction) are required to complete CDA’s Latin Summer Camp.

    The July session is hosted on the Collin County Campus but is open to new Logic and Rhetoric School students from all campuses. New 6th graders attend Mon-Wed; 7th grade & above attend Mon-Thurs. Advanced registration is required.
    Read More
  • FM- Spanish II Camp (9a-12p and/or 1p-3p)

    FM - 4900 Wichita Trail, Flower Mound, TX 75022 - FM
    July 22
    The students have the option to have all day camp or half camp, but need to bring lunch if they decide to stay all day. We will be sending out a more detailed registration form this summer. This will allow you to choose your specific session(s).

    A little information for the camp:
    Books, Materials and General Information:
    Students will need to bring a computer or tablet, paper and pencil.

    Camp begins promptly at 9:00 AM and 1:00 PM each day. Please send your student to camp with a water bottle. Snacks are optional, but encouraged. Students may wear shirts with sleeves and uniform shorts or jeans with not holes. Athletic shoes or shoes that cover the entire foot are acceptable.

    All students will cover the following topics in Spanish Summer Camp:
    Students will use “The Supersite” and some basics to succeed in class. The Supersite is the Vista Higher Learning online website where class homework and other important learning tools are found. Likewise, Navigating CDA Connect to see assignments and the class Bulletin Board where instructor information is posted will be part of the camp as well.

    Students entering Spanish II will also review some Spanish I during this camp.
    Requirements: This camp is only offered to students enrolled in Spanish II for 2020-2021.
  • Jul
    23

    CC Latin Summer Camp for new CDA Students

    Put your Latin fears to rest! Latin is a core element in classical education and we wish to support your child in preparing for a successful completion of this graduation requirement. New students in grades 6 and above (with no previous Latin instruction) are required to complete CDA’s Latin Summer Camp.

    The July session is hosted on the Collin County Campus but is open to new Logic and Rhetoric School students from all campuses. New 6th graders attend Mon-Wed; 7th grade & above attend Mon-Thurs. Advanced registration is required.
    Read More
  • Jul
    31

    Band Officer work day

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