Teachers and staff act as "fans" as Tucson Country Day pupils return.
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From left, Emily Robertson, 11, Dakota Nelson, 11, and Ema Mondragon, 10, disassemble a computer to find some other use for the components as part of Tucson Country Day School's Camp Adventure. The activity was included in a week of activities that also featured building a rock garden and cu…
Campers collected and painted rocks that went into "Art in the Heart: A Desert Rock Garden," one of the week's main activities.
Jesse Garrett, 6, laughs it up as he tries to outrun pursuers hoping to capture his flag during a game at the camp. For more information about the school go to tcdcharterschool.com online.
Kathie Josephs sports some quirky headgear - it regularly changes - while reading aloud to a group at Tucson Country Day School.
Walk through the doors of the library at Tucson Country Day School and you'll be greeted by bright colors, shelves upon shelves of books, students with eager, smiling faces and a dedicated librarian with a slightly kooky hat perched atop her head.
It's hug time for the Spoon family. Tech. Sgt. Allen Spoon greets his two sons, James, 5, left, and Jacob, 6, after surprising them at Tucson Country Day School. Spoon, who is assigned to Davis-Monthan, just returned from duty in Afghanistan.
Brothers Jacob and James Spoon looked, hesitated and then ran into the arms of their father, Tech. Sgt. Allen Spoon.