Building blocks – among the simplest toys ever made – provide an extensive array of developmental benefits for children, offering myriad challenges and experiences in gross-motor, fine-motor, and eye-hand coordination development. With practice manipulating building...
Where I’m From At the beginning of the school year, students read the book Where Are You From? as a way of reflecting on their familys’ unique backgrounds and histories. They then wrote poems entitled “Where I’m From,” showing how they are each special. The writing...
This fall, students have been enjoying all kinds of materials and projects in Lower School Art. Students have been drawing, making origami and collages, painting, beading, and designing lush pom-poms. Each grade has its own set of developmentally appropriate projects...
The Book Fair Returns! Join us on November 22-23rd, Hajjar Auditorium in the Klein Center for our annual fair. For more information, click below.
D-E 360 ̊ LS AfterCare and Enrichment
DE360° Specialty Activities and Enrichment classes began on Monday, October 11, but space is still available. Children may join us to enjoy everything from Cooking Classes on Mondays to Gardening on Wednesdays and the Artists Studio on Fridays in the “Clubhouse.” We’ve also partnered with fantastic experts in athletics (Fencing, Lax/Hockey, Running, Soccer, and Tennis), Chess, Coding, Graphic Arts, Theatre and French to offer outstanding skills-building at all levels – beginner, intermediate and advanced – in those specialized areas. Click here for more information and to register.
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Here you’ll find video vignettes capturing special activities and events for our Lower, Middle, and Upper School divisions; “breaking news” announcements, outstanding community achievements; and more.
We hope you enjoy this additional opportunity to sample and experience current life at Dwight-Englewood School, an authentic representation of “D-E today”.