On Dec. 19, Stella Mayer ’15 scored her 1,000th point at the D-E girls basketball season opener vs. Secaucus High School. She is the fourth female and ninth student-athlete at D-E to reach this milestone. Her coach, Marissa Moore, shared these words on the senior and her landmark game: “Stella had 28 points that night…
In mid-December right before the holiday break, the fourth grade classes had a Skype session with fourth graders at Hoboken’s Stevens Cooperative School during class with Lower School Spanish teacher Ericka Collado.
Congratulations to Sabrina Peck ‘80 on her terrific accomplishments over the past three decades with her nonprofit, CitySteps. The organization, run entirely by undergraduates, introduces public school youth to the performing arts as an outlet for creative self-expression, a tool for building self-esteem, and a means to mutual understanding. CitySteps recently celebrated its 30th Anniversary…
Abigail Goodman ‘20 was named a Top 20 reporter finalist for Time’s “Time for Kids” (TFK) online youth magazine based on a story featuring three World War II veterans, who reside at the Christian Health Care Center in Wyckoff.
Senior Isabel Guerriero ‘15 just finished an illustrious field hockey career at D-E, which was recently capped off by the First Team All-County Athlete Award she received, for the second year in a row, on Dec. 4.
From 2 to 6 pm on a chilly Nov. 13, Middle School students and parents of the DIG (Dwight-Englewood in the Garden) class joined members of the new Parents’ Association volunteer group D-E Garden Project for the group’s first Work Day. Their focus – the Lower School (LS) Garden’s beds.
Launched in the fall of 2013, the Dwight-Englewood Learning and Teaching Annex (DELTA) is one of four divisions of Dwight-Englewood School offering open-enrollment courses for enrichment, advancement, or credit. Courses are designed to be multi-disciplinary in nature offering learning across a variety of disciplines for different age groups (including adults).