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A "Distance Learning" Feature: Lower School's Spring 2020 e-Portfolio

"Virtual Field Day" 2020 Highlights Video!

From Kim Lewis, Lower School (LS) Principal

List of 2 items.

  • 5.28.2020 Introducing "Coping with COVID-19" Website

    May 28, 2020 
     
     
    Dear Dwight-Englewood School Families,  
     
    As we all continue to work through the complex challenges associated with the pandemic, we want to inform you of a new online resource that has been created: our new
    "" Website. 
     
    This new "" Website is only accessible to D-E students, parents/guardians, and faculty/staff, after Logging-In to MyD-E. 
     
    To access the new "" Website:
    > LogIn to MyD-E. 
    > You will find a link to the "Coping with COVID-19" Website on your Resource Board, and/or click .
    > If you need help to LogIn to MyD-E, please Email help@jssurfboards.com
     
    Together we have worked to curate and collect the various links that you will find on "Coping with COVID-19" which include resources for sound mental, physical, and emotional health. Also included are links supplied by parents/guardians and faculty/staff, who have shared them with us since the first few weeks of quarantining and physical distancing. 
     
    We welcome suggestions of new resources to provide to our extended community on our "Coping with COVID-19" Website.  Please send any links or new resources ideas to us via Email at: share@jssurfboards.com.
     
    Finally we wish to express our collective wish for your health and safety at this difficult time. 
     
    Sincerely, 
     
     
    Kim Lewis, Lower School Principal
    Jonathan Davis, Middle School Principal 
    Joe Algrant, Upper School Principal
    Mirangela Buggs,  Director of Equity & Diversity Engagement
    Michelle Carstens, Chair, D-E Health & Wellness Dept.
    Lynda Soriano, Director, Human Resources
    D-E Student Support Services Team 
  • Welcome

    Dear Families, 

    The Lower School at Dwight-Englewood School is a vibrant and captivating place. Each classroom is filled with children and adults from very diverse families and experiences. Our primary focus is on the academic, social-emotional and physical growth and success of the children in our care. Daily, the dedicated faculty and staff at Dwight-Englewood School work to foster an environment of engagement that allows our students to encounter rich academic tasks. The students also have the opportunity to explore and to learn with, and from, one another. Each day, our children are astir with great ideas and perspectives about the work that they encounter throughout the school day. These lessons and experiences seek to draw on each child’s creativity. At various times during the school day, students are provided with opportunities to think critically and to receive guidance and support as they demonstrate perseverance through challenging tasks. The full experience in the Lower School helps our students to know that they can, and will, make a difference in our ever-changing world. 

    I invite you to learn more about the Lower School.  

    Sincerely, 
    Kim Lewis
    Lower School Principal

    Meet Our LS Administration

    List of 2 members.

    • Photo of Kimberly Lewis

      Ms. Kimberly Lewis 

      Dwight-Englewood School
      Lower School Principal
      Bio
    • Photo of Susan Abramson

      Ms. Susan Abramson 

      Dwight-Englewood School
      Assistant Lower School Principal
      (201) 227-3222
      Bank Street College of Education - M.A.
      Reed College - B.A.
      Bio

    From our Blog

    DE Scribe 2020

    DE Scribe is the literary journal of D-E Lower School. Click to read the latest DE Scribe. 

    D-E Tribune



    D-E Tribune is the periodic newspaper published by D-E Lower School. Click  to read the latest issue.

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    Located in Englewood, New Jersey, Dwight-Englewood is a greater New York City area private school with a rigorous college prep curriculum for boys and girls in preschool through grade 12.