Parent Network



Click here to read the latest Parents’ Association Guide Brochure. 

Our annual Volunteer Kick-Off Breakfast will take place later this 2020-2021 school year, date/time TBD, as we learn more about evolving volunteer needs at the School.

In the meantime, if you are interested in volunteering, please visit our Committees and Descriptions page and/or our Volunteer Interest Form.

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the D-E PA!


All upcoming Parent Forums will be held as Zoom meetings.
D-E Parents/Guardians will be receiving emails from their Principals and
Grade-level PA Class Reps with details. Questions? Email


The Parent Network is the Parent Association’s chronological calendar with important event information for D-E parents.

You will find monthly event information posted by Division – Lower School, Middle School, Upper School – as well as links to Arts, Athletics, and Affinity Group Events.

We have links to each Division’s Student Handbook and to Parent Education Resources.

AND, you can easily sign up to be part of the Parent Volunteer Network and volunteer for any of the committees and groups organized by the D-E Parents’ Association and Office of Advancement.

The Parent Network is our live meeting place. It is the Parents’ Association effort, in coordination with D-E’s Communications Team to help every parent stay current and connected.

 Please give us your feedback by emailing us at

Featured Events

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Film Discussion on, “Race: The Power of Illusion”

Thursday, October 29, 2020   7:00 to 9:00 p.m.


In conjunction with the PA Parent Ed Committee, Dr. Mirangela Buggs and faculty-staff members on the School wide Diversity Committee will facilitate a parent evening focused on the themes in the film Race: The Power of An Illusion. This profound 3-part PBS documentary traces dynamics of race through scientific analysis, and socio-historical lenses, working with the stories of many Americans and ending with a strong look at some of the causes of the contemporary racial-economic wealth gap in the United States. All three parts of the documentary are informative. The parent dialogue & workshop on October 29 will focus on Parts 2 & mostly on Part 3.

Parents can access the film in advance of October 29 through Kanopy or Vimeo.

Kanopy Link: Those who have Kanopy through your public library can watch the documentary for free. 

Vimeo Link for rent.

RSVP link:


New "Zoom" Parent Forums are being scheduled - please stay tuned! Questions? Click Here

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