Students in the 1A, 2A, and 3A classes recently submitted entries in Google's "Doodle 4 Google" contest! Doodle 4 Google is an annual program that invites K-12 students in the United States to use their artistic talents to think big and redesign their homepage logo for millions to see. Students either drew their submissions by hand or on the iPad. This year's theme is,"My Best Day Ever..." Our students truly got creative with their submissions!!
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What an exciting day in our 1C classroom!
Congratulations to all of our terrific students on moving up a grade! We hope you all have a fun and safe summer, and we look forward to seeing you soon!
For more photos, check out our Facebook album!
Our 4B class participated in a unique activity last month, Mystery Skype, where they were paired with another school in the world and tasked with using their detective skills to guess the location of that school.
Our preschool 4s class, the Copper Sea Otters, visited the Timothy House library on our Main Campus and were treated to a reading of "Anansi and the Moss Covered Rock" by Ms. Lissim, Timothy House Librarian.
Ask Abby Allen ’97 who the lead of the 1987 Dwight play was and she’ll probably get it right, even though she didn’t go to School here until quite a few years later.
Welcome to the Bentley House theater production, Our Town, established in spring 2019. Population: 31 Middle School students, two high school students, six guest artists, and four Dwight faculty members.
Though new to the U.S. when he arrived on campus as a junior, Abishek Bhattacharjee '01 wasn't new to international schools.
With so much to share at Maker Faire 2015, Dwight drew many visitors to our School's booth entitled "Design, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship" over the course of the two-day event at the New York Hall of Science, which we chronicled here.
For junior Satchel Bell, being an actress came naturally: "I began acting in life before acting on stage ... I was a very dramatic child!"
These were some of the things Dwight Global Online School students shared when coming together for their first gathering on campus. While they had gotten to know one another over the last two trimesters in their online AP Literature class, they had yet to meet in person. Once they did, it was just like bringing old friends together!
Dwight Advanced Digital Media I students visited the The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York to view the Thomas Struth Photographs exhibit.
Eleventh grade students in the Advanced Digital Media classes took a trip to the Bard Graduate Center!
"Walking the boards," as it is known in the theater world—or appearing on stage—is a dream for young thespians.
28 hours. Two days. One great idea.
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