Student Standouts & Faculty Endeavors

Our students in all three divisions at the School – and faculty and staff members alike — were engaged in so many fascinating and admirable pursuits over the past few months. Our print D-E Today magazine no longer has enough space in which to feature them! Thankfully we have plenty of room here at www.d-etoday.org, to feature these Student Standouts and Faculty Endeavors online, and on a much more frequent basis. Check back often as we will continue to update these awesome achievements regularly! And if you have a Student Standout or Faculty Endeavors to share, Email us at: webmaster@d-e.org.

Stephanie Stott, Published Author

Posted: May 29, 2016

Stephanie Stott, who served as eighth grade English teacher Lisa Quirk’s half-year maternity leave replacement last fall and will be replacing her permanently when Quirk moves to the Upper School next year, was published in the Summer 2015 issue of the biannual global journal Monsters and the Monstrous.

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Cellist Gregory Llewellyn ’19’s Latest Achievements

Posted: April 25, 2016

Each winter, the annual Concerto Competition gives Dwight-Englewood students an opportunity to vie for a chance to perform a concerto with the Upper School Orchestra in a major concert. Cellists Gregory Llewellyn ’19 and Anne Choi ’19 were selected as co-winners this year, with Greg performing the Saint Saens “Concerto No. 1”—one of his favorite…

Matthew Waltman ’16 Wins MLK Service Award

Posted: January 25, 2016

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…

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First-Ever D-E Benefit Concert

Posted: February 9, 2015

A new initiative under the Dwight-Englewood Student Government was the first-ever D-E Benefit Concert. Held on Jan. 9, it will featured a variety of student musicians and performances. The concert was just one of the ways Student Government promotes diverse student interests in both the school and local community – and for this concert, with the help of…

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Shakespeare Challenge 2014

Posted: January 31, 2015

2014 was William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday, and to celebrate, English chair Fred Daly challenged the entire D-E community to read all 37 of Shakespeare’s plays within the year. While 20 had signed up – 13 students, five faculty members and two alumni – only one of the students was able to conquer them all.

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