Keeping with tradition, the Boys School celebrated Mother’s Day on Thursday, May 9 with a student lunch and orchestra performances, along with a speech by 5-6 Grade core teacher Ms. Moore and a rose giving ceremony by the sophomores, juniors, and seniors. On this occasion, we had the chance to thank our school’s honorable mothers as representation of the all the mothers of humankind.
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It was chilly and rainy as the high school students of DVBS strolled down to the big tent in front of the Buddha Hall. Today we will spectate Mr. Chris Gifford demonstrate the art of glassblowing.
2/15/2019. Cracking 500-piece puzzles under one hour was a fun challenge that DVGS students undertook to practice mindfulness and concentration.
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The towering redwoods in Montgomery Woods is a sight few people have a chance to witness. The students were instructed to reflect on themselves as they strolled through the woods. At first, the boys were restless, and couldn’t keep up the fast pace…
An event to celebrate the wisdom of Venerable Master Hua and his contribution to education.
by Nuoyan Wang (Class of 2021) +Joshua Batres (Class of 2018) Organized by Dharma Master Shun, the Abhayagiri Monks held a question and answer session for the DVBS students, with the Tea Club offering tea for the monks attending.
Student Editorial: Belle Roberts, Class of 2017 World Religions Class: Ukiah United Methodist Church For the first installment of this three-part series, the 11th and 12th graders journeyed into Ukiah on Sunday morning, February 14th, to attend ten o’clock Mass. Right away they were greeted with smiling faces […]
by Suzanne Zhang, Class of 2017 As a girl who has been in touch with Buddhism for her whole life, I am not unfamiliar with the two Buddhist vocabulary: Bodhisattva and Arhat. They are both two very common words in Buddhism. Since I was young, my father has […]
by Cherry Chong, Class of 2016 Everything in the world is interconnected- humans and animals, animals and environment. In this universe, everything is related to each other. Just like what Buddhism called as cause and effect, karma, and retribution. And this reminds me of a Buddhist quote that […]
Class of 2016 at the Parliament of World Religions in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA (Oct. 15-19, 2015).