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Mental Health Awareness Month
Mental Health Awareness Month

The upper school Paws For Patrick and Mental Health Awareness clubs joined forces to distribute green ribbons on May 4 to students, faculty and staff, and encouraged them to tie the ribbons around trees on campus to spread awareness and show support. May is recognized as Mental Health Awareness Month, created to reduce the stigma associated with mental health, and to show support for those struggling with mental health disorders and encourage them to seek help. Lime green ribbons signify new life, new growth and new beginnings. 

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NSCD Celebrates Homecoming and Reunion Weekend September 30-October 1

About 200 North Shore Country Day alumni and many more students, parents, faculty, staff, friends and neighbors returned to campus September 29 and October 1 for a packed Homecoming weekend. After several years of less-than-ideal weather, the blue skies, warm sunshine and moderate temperatures—as well as the return of some beloved traditions—made this year’s events feel extra festive.
 

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