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6th Grade “Parent Talk” led by PIA (Parents in Action)

Tuesday, April 2, 2019   7 pm

Hulst House, D-E Campus

Dear 6th Grade Parents,
Please join us for a “Parent Talk”
This event is a PIA (Parents in Action) led discussion.

Please note that this event is for parents only. This discussion is not a Parent Forum and there will not be members of the faculty attending.

“Parent Talks” are NYC-Parents in Action’s signature Facilitated Discussion Group meetings for parents. Each year PIA coordinates over 250 Parent Talk facilitated meetings in our participating New York City area Independent Schools. Parent Talk Facilitated Discussion Groups provide an opportunity for parents in the same grade level to come together to talk about a variety of issues they face as parents.

Please RSVP to: Erin Brown, PA Parent Ed Committee Chair at: ehnb2000@gmail.com

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8th Grade “Parent Talk” led by PIA (Parents in Action)

Thursday, April 4, 2019   7 pm

Hulst House, D-E Campus

Dear 8th Grade Parents,
Please join us for a “Parent Talk”
This event is a PIA (Parents in Action) led discussion.

Please note that this event is for parents only. This discussion is not a Parent Forum and there will not be members of the faculty attending.

“Parent Talks” are NYC-Parents in Action’s signature Facilitated Discussion Group meetings for parents. Each year PIA coordinates over 250 Parent Talk facilitated meetings in our participating New York City area Independent Schools. Parent Talk Facilitated Discussion Groups provide an opportunity for parents in the same grade level to come together to talk about a variety of issues they face as parents.

Please RSVP to: Erin Brown, PA Parent Ed Committee Chair at: ehnb2000@gmail.com

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Gaming: Pastime, Problem or Passion?

Tuesday, April 9, 2019   7 PM

Trevor Day School, NY, NY 

Parents in Action (PIA) NYC
“Gaming” Spring Seminar:
A Parent Ed. Opportunity

Gaming: Pastime, Problem or Passion?
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
7:00 PM
Trevor Day School, NY, NY 

Click here for details. 

NOTE: The D-E Parents’ Association is affiliated with PIA-NYC,  a non-profit volunteer organization committed to the belief that effective communication, parent to parent and parent to child, is vital to the healthy development of young adults capable of making sound choices.

If you are interested in this April 9 “Gaming” PIA-NYC Spring Seminar, please contact Erin Brown, PA Parent Ed Committee Chair at: ehnb2000@gmail.com

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7th Grade “Parent Talk” led by PIA (Parents in Action)

Thursday, April 11, 2019   7 PM

Hulst House, D-E Campus

Dear 7th Grade Parents,
Please join us for a “Parent Talk”
This event is a PIA (Parents in Action) led discussion.

Please note that this event is for parents only. This discussion is not a Parent Forum and there will not be members of the faculty attending.

“Parent Talks” are NYC-Parents in Action’s signature Facilitated Discussion Group meetings for parents. Each year PIA coordinates over 250 Parent Talk facilitated meetings in our participating New York City area Independent Schools. Parent Talk Facilitated Discussion Groups provide an opportunity for parents in the same grade level to come together to talk about a variety of issues they face as parents.

Please RSVP to: Maria Sherry, maria@magistro.net

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D-E Garden Project Work Parties: May 2, 2019

Thursday, May 2, 2019   2-4 PM

Nettie-Louise Coit Garden

Join us on May 2, 2018, 2-4 PM in Nettie-Louise Coit Garden for happy spring spruce up:  tidy and mulch paths and beneficial insect habitat borders,  review how to water and sign up for summer watering turns, reinstall chickens and review their care, sign up for summer chicken care turns.

About D-E Garden Project

Help keep our beautiful teaching gardens in shape by participating in three annual work parties and signing up to water the vegetables and take care of the chickens during school holidays. Garden Parents also serve as “critical friends” by listening to students who are planning, planting and building and offering questions and suggestions from an adult perspective.

Volunteers Needed!

In addition to innumerable willing worker bees with any level of experience, the Garden Project needs a work-party coordinator who will reach out to us all, collect RSVPs and organize refreshments.

Contact: urbant@d-e.org — Tasha Urbanowski, Garden Coordinator (and 6th Grade Dean)

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BULLDOG BASH: “A NIGHT WITH THE STARS”

Saturday, May 4, 2019  

Dwight-Englewood School

FEATURING:
*** Special Performance***
Tony-award winning Broadway and television star 
 Brian Stokes Mitchell P ’22.

Tuition Raffle
Silent Auction
Live Auction

Sponsorships Available

Contact Linda Binder, Events Coordinator, at
bindel@d-e.org or for more information to volunteer.

Click here for more information

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D-E Garden Project Work Parties: May 23, 2018

Thursday, May 23, 2019   2-4 PM

Nettie-Louise Coit Garden

Join us on May 23, 2018, 2-4 PM in Nettie-Louise Coit Garden for the rain date for spring spruce up.

About D-E Garden Project

Help keep our beautiful teaching gardens in shape by participating in three annual work parties and signing up to water the vegetables and take care of the chickens during school holidays. Garden Parents also serve as “critical friends” by listening to students who are planning, planting and building and offering questions and suggestions from an adult perspective.

Volunteers Needed!

In addition to innumerable willing worker bees with any level of experience, the Garden Project needs a work-party coordinator who will reach out to us all, collect RSVPs and organize refreshments.

Contact: urbant@d-e.org — Tasha Urbanowski, Garden Coordinator (and 6th Grade Dean)

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Commencement for the Class of 2019

Sunday, June 2, 2019   10 am

Leggett Field

For Seniors and their families

More information coming soon!