The Virtual Book Fair & Boutique features an online treasure trove of book titles for both school-age and adult readers, as well as fabulous wares in the online gift boutique. The Parents Association receives a portion of sales, and this is one of our largest fundraisers of the year. 

Senior Baby Photos

We are excited to feature our Seniors, Class of 2021! Can you guess who's who?

Check out their favorite childhood books for some ideas at the Book Fair!

Crop is Rye Country Day’s monthly newspaper. It serves as a creative outlet for student writing, reporting, photography, and graphic design. From hybrid learning to an historic election, our community has experienced a whirlwind of change and turmoil this past year. Through reporting, storytelling, and investigating those difficult questions, Crop pursues its core mission: to ground our community and help make sense of our rapidly changing world. We are very excited to premiere this first issue of the 2020-21 school year here.

Ω Omega

Omega is Rye Country Day’s literary magazine. We are a club of passionate student writers who aim to showcase the literary talents of the student body and cultivate an appreciation for the written voice within the broader Rye Country Day community. While the current pandemic has affected how we approach many of our events and pursuits, we still believe in the power of writing and its ability to bring people together during challenging and unprecedented times. We are honored to have this opportunity to share those perspectives through the amazing work of our talented members on this platform.

Mix & Mingle

Kick Off Event

7:00 - 8:00 PM

Thursday, November 12

Parents and guardians are invited to grab a beverage of choice and enjoy the Book Fair Mix & Mingle via Zoom. Get to know other parents and guardians by being randomly assigned to breakout rooms throughout the night with conversation starters like “What book has influenced you greatly and how?” or “If you had your own talk show, who would your first 3 guests be?”

Family Trivia Night

6:30 PM

Saturday, November 14

Grab your dinner and join us as you compete against other families during RCDS Family Trivia Night! Trivia will focus on a variety of subjects including insider knowledge about Rye Country Day. 

RCDS Book Club

6:00 PM

Monday, November 16

Please join us! Elizabeth Shah-Hosseini will lead us in our first RCDS Book Club meeting of the year, and all are welcome. At the meeting, we will discuss the first four chapters of The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead, so let’s start reading!

LS Bedtime Stories

6:30 - 7:00 PM

Tuesday, November 17

Put on your P.J.’s, brush your teeth, and grab a favorite stuffed animal or blanket for a Bedtime Zoom. Special guests Mr. Nelson, Coach C., Mr. Morgan, and Ms. Love will pop in to read stories and wrap up the final hours of the Virtual Book Fair & Gift Boutique. Other surprise guests may pop in, too!