For the past 15 years, Cincinnati Country Day School Upper School students, Pre-Kindergarten I students, and Montessori students have come together to tie-dye shirts and celebrate Mole Day.
Mole Day is known by chemists and chemistry enthusiasts as October 23, between 6:02 a.m. and 6:02 p.m., recognizing 6.02x10 to the 23rd power, a reference to the number of particles in one mole of a substance.
Paula Butler, Upper School Chemistry Teacher, and Vanessa Collett, Lower School Lead Teacher started the Mole Day tie-dying tradition not only to celebrate the day but also to use chemistry in a fun way. It's something the students look forward to every year.
"It's so sweet watching the older students and younger students work together on a project," said Butler. "I love seeing the interaction and connections forming between the students, you can tell it means a lot to them."
The ability to bring students together in meaningful and fun ways is one of the greatest assets of our campus.
You can view all the Mole Day photos here.