The Hour of Code at DVGS

Klare Hu (Class of 2017) On the week of December 5, 2016, hundreds of thousands of students worldwide have engaged in the global initiative to increase digital literacy known as the “Hour of Code.” Technology is changing the world. As 80% of jobs created in the next decade […]

Gift Wrapping: Sharing Kindness and Joy

Celine Huang (Class of 2020) On December 13, 2016, 8th and 9th graders of Developing Virtue Girls School gift wrapped toys for children at a center in Ukiah called Mendocino County AIDS/Viral Hepatitis Network.[1] There were toys waiting to be wrapped for children of different ages. The gift […]

Visit to the Humane Society

Kristina Ortega (Class of 2020) and Sierra Sipila (Class of 2021) On December 6, 2016, some of the 8th and 9th graders went to The Humane Society for Inland Mendocino County in Redwood Valley, CA, chaperoned by teachers Ms. Kravitz and Ms. Wang. Our experience at the animal […]

Healthy Body, Peaceful Mind

by Emily Du (Class of 2020) Our school has a unique physical education curriculum. We get to explore team sports, regular P.E., taiji quan (tai chi), and yoga. The student council has also been promoting lunch recess sports, twice weekly. We play pickle ball, badminton, bocce ball, and […]

Happy Winter Break

By Editorial Staff It has been a rewarding and meaningful fall season of 2016 for the school and students, filled with thought-provoking classes, enlightening challenges, informative service and class trips, and exciting club activities. School ended on a high note for winter break with a warm gathering filled […]

You Matter

By Cindy Han (Class of 2019) The power and influence of words are enormous. Word is a necessary tool we use everyday to communicate, but sometimes we ignored or forgot how unique and powerful they are. Fortunately, by doing a project called “You Matter Marathon,” students in Developing […]