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|Dawn Francavilla Named Eastern Regional Health Teacher of the Year|
Dawn Francavilla, Health and Physical Education Teacher and Co-Director of Student Life, has been selected as the Eastern District Association K-12 Health Education Teacher of the Year by the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.
|Sharon Byrne Makes NYC Vocal Debut|
Sharon Byrne, Upper School music teacher, delivered her first New York City vocal performance with an orchestra on Dec. 2 at The First Presbyterian Church in Greenwich Village at 12th & 6th Avenues.
She sang the alto solos of Handel's Messiah in addition to singing along with the choir on the choral numbers. The orchestra was made up of members of the Orchestra of St. Luke's, which is one of the world's most premier ensembles.
|Faculty and Staff Enjoy Appreciation Dinner|
The Board of Trustees hosted the annual Faculty/Staff Appreciation Dinner on April 27 in the AP Room. Five faculty/staff members were honored with Service Awards.
Ted Osborne '71, President of the Board of Trustees, welcomed the guests with opening remarks. Andrew Webster, Head of School, also thanked the faculty and staff for their dedication and presented the service awards.