Highlights & Happenings
About the Arts
D-E Performing Arts proudly presents "WORKING", a (virtual) musical based on the best-selling writings of Studs Terkel. Audiences will enjoy this live-streamed, free online production starting Friday, April 16, at 7:30 PM ET. "WORKING" features monologues and songs performed by Upper School students. Important for young families: please note "WORKING" contains mature content. Click here for "WORKING" live-streaming access & more details! Bravo! to D-E Upper School Symphony members Helena Seo '21 (violin) and Joseph Chung '22 (clarinet)! Both were recognized as winning the School's annual orchestra solo instrumental competition! Both will be featured in a virtual musical performance planned for later this school year! For more about D-E arts, visit www.d-e.org/arts
D-E Volleyball honored its Class of 2021 senior scholar athletes and ended their 2020-'21 season recently, with our Varsity and JV teams beating Palisades Park and Ridgefield Park. Click here for video highlights from one of Varsity's earlier games vs. rival New Milford! Spring teams, including Baseball, Boys' and Girls' Lacrosse, Boys' Tennis, Crew, and Track & Field, have now officially kicked-off their season. Scrimmages begin this week! For additional game schedule details and D-E Athletics' YouTube LiveStream link click here or go to www.d-e.org/athletics GO BULLDOGS! For more about athletics at D-E, visit www.d-e.org/athletics
D-E Middle School Robotics' Team Atomic launches its Citizens Collect initiative online later this month with Litterati.org, a citizen science mobile app. The students Zoomed several times with Litterati's developer team and US National Parks Rangers, to create a new coded command for tracking litter that is not able to be discarded easily (making professional clean-up easier). In turn, D-E Team Atomic Citizens Collect is joining Levi's, Lipton, World Wildlife Federation, and other esteemed brands as a Litterati NGO partner. For more about clubs at D-E visit www.d-e.org/clubs
To celebrate the School's annual tradition of recognizing National Poetry Month, D-E is hosting in April a series of poets and spoken word artists affiliated with recognized local, regional and national poetry organizations. The acclaimed Richard Blanco was D-E's "poet in residence" for a full day, joining students and faculty/staff in a series of incredibly engaging Zoom assembly programs and panel discussions. Blanco is the fifth presidential inaugural poet in U.S. history-- the youngest, first Latino, immigramt, and gay person to serve in such a role. Photo Credit: Alissa Morris For more about traditions at D-E, visit www.d-e.org/about
From the Admissions Team
The time is now! Join us at Dwight-Englewood School this spring for our Virtual Admissions Events. Hear from our admissions team, and tour our beautiful 48+ acre campus while you learn more about how we are challenging minds for a changing world. Events are available for Preschool (age three) to Grade 11. Space is limited so register today!