January 23, 2016, was a day to remember: Not only did the School experience record-breaking snowfall on campus, but also the first-ever Alumni Giving Day broke the record for most alumni donations in a given day in the history of D-E.
Matthew Waltman ’16 was recognized as the 2016 Youth Certificate of Merit Awardee for Dwight-Englewood School at the 87th Birthday Celebration in Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., held this year at Temple Emeth in Teaneck, NJ, in January. Matt has been an active member of the Upper School club CODES (Community Outreach at…
The Young Alumni Career and Internship Advice Panel held in January was an event for the Development Office’s career networking program, D-E Horizons. The inspirational panel featured ten D-E graduates who have distinguished themselves as leaders in their respective industries since graduation.
More than 30 members of the Class of 2015 were on hand for the dedication on December 18, 2015, of their class gift to the School: a clock tower located adjacent to Leggett Field. Beautifully illuminated at night, the tower is a new landmark on the D-E campus.
In the days leading up to what would have been the 87th birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Lower School had its 2016 MLK Assembly on January 13 while the Middle and Upper Schools held their 2016 assemblies on the morning of January 14.
D-E’s Health and Wellness Team—composed of several Middle and Upper School Physical Education faculty—hosted the first-ever Wellness Week January 4 to 8 as a way to get the students and faculty excited about coming back to school after the long holiday break.