About D-E

Employment

The members of the Dwight-Englewood School faculty and staff community are a lively, engaged group of exceptional individuals who passionately believe in "meeting the challenges of a changing world" and are committed to "mak(ing) it better." 

To learn more about being a member of our community click on the links listed below.

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  • Teaching at D-E


    • Faculty/Student Ratio is 1:9
    • Class Size: Average class size is 16. In all three divisions (Lower, Middle & Upper Schools), classes rarely exceed 18 students. 
    • Class load: Middle and Upper School teachers generally teach 18 50-minute periods per week, the equivalent of four-and-a-half courses. 
    • There is a strong teacher voice in curriculum planning, leading to many opportunities for cross-disciplinary teaching.
  • Support for Faculty

    • Funds for professional development and advanced education are available. 
    • A student-support team of trained professionals to which faculty may turn when they have concerns about the achievement or behavior of students in their classes. 
    • A program of faculty supervision whose specific focus is on professional growth. 
    • Opportunities for close interaction with other teachers. This includes specific programs in which faculty are organized in teams, as well as informal networks in which the faculty work together.
  • Quality of Life

    Limited subsidized housing, free lunch, computer loans, etc.

  • Salaries

    D-E Administration and the Board of Trustees are committed to a competitive salary schedule. Faculty new to the school are placed on a salary step commensurate with their teaching experience and educational background.

  • Benefits

    Dwight-Englewood's benefit package is competitive with other independent schools and provides the following:
    • Health benefits: comprehensive medical & dental coverage, wellness program, and fitness center. 
    • Financial Planning: TIAA/CREF 403(b) retirement plan, flexible spending accounts, tuition assistance, and professional development funds. 
    • Income protection: workers' compensation, disability benefits, life insurance, and Accidental Death and Dismemberment. 
  • Questions?

    Email our Director of Human Resources, Lynda Soriano, at sorial@d-e.org

Current Openings

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  • Administrative Assistant to the College Counseling Office

    Working under the supervision of the Dean and the Directors of College Counseling (and to some extent the Upper School Principal), the College Counseling Office Administrative Assistant oversees and coordinates all office procedures and other tasks as assigned. The CCO Assistant will provide administrative and technical assistance of a confidential, complex, and responsible nature for the College Counseling Office.
     
    Primary Responsibilities: 
    • Oversee all aspects of the general coordination of the College Counseling Office.
    • Perform a wide range of clerical, data management and general office duties.
    • Serve as the first ‘point of contact’ and the welcoming face and voice of the College Counseling Office for parents, students, and visitors.
    • Provide administrative support to the Directors of College Counseling.
    • Maintain confidentiality in all aspects of student, staff, and parent information.
    • Act as Administrative Assistant to the Dean of College Counseling.
    • Assist in the coordination of standardized tests. 
     Specific Duties: 
    • Maintain office calendar to coordinate workflow, scaffold regularly scheduled staff meetings and Google calendars for directors.
    • Interact with teachers, parents, students, and other campus offices.
    • Manage incoming emails and calls and transfer to the appropriate staff member.
    • Open, sort, and distribute incoming correspondence; sign for and distribute delivered packages, when appropriate.
    • Prepare purchase orders, check requests, and facilities work orders.
    • Perform general clerical duties to include, but not limited to, bookkeeping, budget, arrangements for field trips, copying, faxing, mailing, and filing.
    • Schedule College admissions officer visits and calls to discuss applicants. 
    • Collaborate with the Facilities Team, Dining Services, Business Office, Technology Office, Communications Office and Upper School Administrative Team for event programming.
    • Manage Scoir Software system: prepare and upload student transcripts and other materials; assist with electronic submission of official documents to colleges via Scoir; assist families and faculty in use of Scoir; administer surveys. 
    • May conduct research, compile data, and prepare research for consideration and presentation to the Dean of College Counseling.
    • Collect and maintain inventory of office equipment and supplies.
    • Support Dean and Directors in College Knowledge curriculum creation. Create College Knowledge section schedule and assist in periodic rescheduling of classes. 
    • Other duties as assigned by the Dean and the College Counseling Directors
    • Maintain CCO website including scholarships, summer programs and targeted admissions events (fly-in programs). 
    • Draft, coordinate and send email communications to students, parents and faculty. 
     Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 
    • Ability to create a warm, welcoming, and calm atmosphere within a busy, sometimes hectic office.
    • Ability to work with technology including Scoir software, Microsoft Office Suite, Google Suite, and website management programs
    • Strong writing, analytical and problem-solving skills.
    • Ability to prioritize and multitask in a high traffic/high volume office.
    • Ability to communicate effectively with students, parents, college visitors, and colleagues.
    • Ability to work well both independently and collaboratively.
    • Willingness to travel to occasional conferences and training sessions.
     Minimum Qualifications: 
    • Bachelor’s degree, previous experience in general office responsibilities and procedures,  familiarity of educational settings preferred.
    • Proficiency in computer skills, including knowledge of the Microsoft Office and Google Suite and adept at learning new systems.
    • Superior oral and written communication skills.
    • Knowledge of the basic principles and practices of bookkeeping. 
    Terms of Employment: 
    • 10.5 month position; includes some work days during school vacations.
     
    Applicants should send cover letter and resume to:  employment@d-e.org
     
     
  • Gatehouse Security Officer  (Part-Time)

    SHIFT:  Monday through Friday 3:00pm to 8:00pm (Subject to change)
     
    Overall Responsibility
    The Gatehouse Security Officer position staffs the Gatehouse entrance to the school community. The Gatehouse Security Officer delivers exceptional customer service while fostering an environment of safety and security. This includes but is not limited to; screening and documenting all traffic and/or persons entering the community, providing proper parking passes & maps, giving concise verbal directions to assist visitors with wayfinding, and directing emergency response vehicles to the proper location. 
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Maintain a visible and professional presence at the Gatehouse.
    • Provide concise and accurate directions to visitors and emergency response units.
    • Follow safety protocol for COVID-19 by performing temperature checks for all visitors.
    • Answer security phone calls and maintain communication with Facilities Office
    • Monitor security cameras.
    • Perform additional duties as assigned by Supervisors to ensure the effective and efficient operation of the Community such as snow removal and general maintenance and custodial duties.
    • Strive to support the School’s Foundation Documents.
    • Participate in appropriate in-service training and workshops.
     
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    • Minimum of a High School Diploma or GED Certificate required.
    • Must possess a valid motor vehicle operator’s license.
    • Valid Security Officer Registration Act (SORA) License required.
    • AED / CPR Certified preferred.
    • One year or more of progressively responsible experience in a security–related field preferred.
    • Demonstrates excellent integrity and good moral character and initiative.
    • Exhibits a personality that demonstrates excellent interpersonal skills to relate well with students, staff, administration, parents and the community.
    • A positive attitude and willingness to work with a diverse population.
    • Must have strong communication skills, problem solving skills, and be self-motivated.
    • Computer literacy skills with excel and email required.
     
    PHYSICAL DEMANDS/OTHER:
    • Sufficient physical ability, strength, mobility and stamina to carry out job duties in hot, cold and inclement weather conditions.
    • Walking, long periods of sitting, standing, and lifting are required.
    • Ability to lift up to 50lbs.
    • Security officer uniform required. (Supplied by School)

    Qualified candidates should send cover letter & resume to:  employment@d-e.org
  • Assistant Director for Engagement

    Dwight-Englewood School (D-E) seeks a creative educator who will bring strong commitment, experiences, and passion to the role of Assistant Director for Engagement beginning August 2022.
    The Assistant Director will assist the Assistant Head of School for Engagement, co-lead and co-facilitate the diversity/equity/inclusion/belonging (DEIB) and engagement work of the office, manage the Office of Engagement, serve as a member of the Engagement Team, and support schoolwide initiatives and projects related to DEIB and engagement. Reporting to the Assistant Head of School for Engagement, the Assistant Director will work closely with the Engagement Team, administrators/faculty/staff, and the parent community. The Assistant Director will also work extensively with D-E students and student groups, particularly in the Lower School and Middle School.
    Principle Duties and Responsibilities in Collaboration with the Assistant Head of School for Engagement:
    • Serve as the communications, logistics, and organizational assistant to the Assistant Head of School for Engagement
    • Manage all communications, logistical, organizational, and supportive operations of the Office of Engagement
    • Co-lead and co-facilitate Engagement Team meetings
    • Collaborate with the Engagement Team in facilitating the rewriting and implementation of an updated D-E Diversity Values Statement and the development and implementation of a DEIB/Engagement Strategic Plan
    • In collaboration with the Engagement Team, develop and implement curricular and extracurricular initiatives and events as well as professional development programming/delivery and parent engagement activities on DEIB and engagement with a concentration on Lower and Middle Schools faculty/staff, students, and families.
    • Collaborate with the Assistant Head of School for Engagement, Division Heads, Deans, and Assistant Principals in advancing DEIB and engagement at each division by providing resources and support.
    • Lead, participate in, and support student, faculty/staff, and parent affinity groups and co-lead coalitions of affinity-group sponsors and parent affinity group representatives
    • Provide resources and support for administrator/faculty/staff professional development focused on DEIB and engagement.
    • Support identity-based work in the Lower School and continuity with identity-based work in the Middle and Upper Schools
    • Co-lead and co-facilitate the Belonging & Equity@D-E Committee and the Strategic Engagement Committee with the Engagement Team
    • Assists with parent affinity groups and parent engagement activities through the D-E Parents Association
    • Assist in faculty/staff recruitment, hiring, and retention
    • Provide logistical and organizational support for emerging DEIB and engagement projects assigned to the Office of Engagement
    • Serve as a representative of the Office of Engagement and the School both at D-E and in the wider community of independent schools and beyond
    • Other duties as assigned
     
     Qualifications and work habits:
    • Bachelor’s degree in a field related to education, DEIB, or organizational development. Master’s degree preferred.
    • Demonstrated deep, empathic, compassion for people
    • Demonstrated knowledge and experiences with best practices in DEIB for independent schools, cultural competency, culturally relevant teaching and learning, anti-bias and anti-racist education, identity development, experiences multicultural education, and working with diverse students, families, and colleagues
    • Teaching experience with and demonstrated understanding of Lower and Middle School students, early childhood, Lower and Middle School education and student development
    • Experience coordinating DEIB and engagement projects and initiatives
    • Demonstrated ability and capacity to work effectively with students, colleagues, and parents
    • Excellent oral, written, and interpersonal skills
    • Conflict management/resolution and restorative practice skills
    • Strong work ethic, demonstrating integrity and discretion
    • Strong research and interpersonal skills, written, and oral communication and presentation skills
    • Able to balance and prioritize work and multiple projects with motivation, detail oriented, organized, and deadline driven
    • Utilize innovative technology for the Office of Engagement.
    • Remain abreast of current and compelling trends in DEIB, engagement, and organizational development in independent schools
    • Flexible, dependable, approachable, and professional
     
    The interested candidate should:
    • Demonstrate an abiding commitment to D-E’s mission, principles, and values and to advancing DEIB and engagement throughout the school community
    • Develop and sustain an ongoing focus on lifelong learning and identity development
    • Have the ability to manage thoughtfully the personal, political, and institutional dynamics related to DEIB and engagement in independent schools
    • Be discerning, thoughtful, and communicative
    • Exhibit a collaborative approach to project and program leadership
    • Find joy in working with young children and with middle schoolers
    • Bring strong social-emotional acumen and intelligence.
    Terms of Employment:
    • This is a full-time, exempt administrative position beginning two weeks before school begins and working two weeks after the end of the school year, approximately 10 ½ months.
    • Eight-hour workdays as well as attendance at faculty meetings and other school-wide meetings and events are required. Workday may be extended as needed for school events, including some weekends and evenings.
    • Professional days are considered workdays.
     
    Dwight-Englewood School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, ethnicity, age, national origin, religion, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy or military veteran status. The diversity of our student body supports our commitment to employ a diverse faculty and staff. Educators from all backgrounds who bring knowledge and expertise in equity, diversity and multicultural education are especially encouraged to apply.
     
    Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: employment@d-e.org
     
  • Assistant Director of Student Activities & Community Service

    Dwight-Englewood School (D-E) seeks a creative educator who will support student leadership to the role of Assistant Director of Student Activities & Community Service beginning August 2022.
    At D-E, “the academic experience, central to the purpose of the school, must be complemented by a lively, creative, and dynamic co-curricular program in order to provide a complete education. In fact, students can only work to their fullest capacity when they are allowed to pursue activity outside the classroom and stimulate other parts of their minds and souls. A healthy, positive and deep connection to their school is what maximizes their achievement, garnered by the support of the adults around them and the friendship and love of their peers.”
    Reporting to the Director of Student Activities & Community Service, the Assistant Director will work closely with students, parents, teachers and staff, along with the administration.
    Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
    • Co-advise the Student Activities Board and assist with activities and student leadership training.
    • Manage the volunteering database and assist with logistics of service-learning events and activities.
    • Assist with managing school meetings and assemblies.
    • Collaborate with the Facilities Team, dining services, Business Office, Technology Office, Communications Office and Upper School administrative team for curricular and extracurricular programming.
    • Administrative needs: submit field trip transportation requests, space booking and event setup forms; ensure that all vendors/organizations are being paid in a timely fashion; manage money
    • Co-plan MAGIC (Field Day for Upper School) and Spirit Week.
    • Manage Cum Laude, Lifers Ceremony, and Awards events.
    • Assist in organizing the ninth grade orientation program and manage logistics of retreat.
    • Logistics regarding senior spring programming (selectives, trips etc), commencement week activities and other special events including Spring Theater
     Qualifications and work habits:
    • A self-starter who takes initiative, is interested in working closely with students, and providing appropriate guidance while students “learn by doing”
    • Relational leadership style that maintains calm during the most challenging moments. Strong listening, collaboration, and communication skills.
    • Technologically savvy. Skilled in Google Suite, should be able to draft and respond to emails quickly, manage social media accounts and use Wordpress.
    • Flexibility and ability to juggle multiple projects and ability to balance and prioritize work.
    • Detail oriented, organized, and deadline driven.
    • Ability to manage money, make payments, deposits, reports, and ensure that all vendors/organizations are being paid in a timely fashion.
    • Strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication and presentation skills.
    • Ability to analyze data and draw conclusions that result in innovative solutions.
    • Knowledge of good practices in anti-bias and anti-racist education, experiences with diverse students, families and colleagues.
    • Ability to work effectively with students, colleagues, and parents
    • Strong work ethic, demonstrating integrity and discretion
     
    Terms of Employment:
    • This is a full-time, exempt administrative position beginning one week before the faculty arrives and ends one week after the end of the school year.
    • Attendance required at faculty meetings and other school wide meetings.
    • Work day may be extended as needed for school events, including some weekends and evenings.
    Dwight-Englewood School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, ethnicity, age, national origin, religion, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy or military veteran status. The diversity of our student body supports our commitment to employ a diverse faculty and staff. Educators from all backgrounds who bring knowledge and expertise in equity, diversity and multicultural education are especially encouraged to apply.
     
    Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: employment@d-e.org
     
  • Coaching Opportunities

    DWIGHT-ENGLEWOOD
    Open Coaching Positions for the 2022-23 School Year
     
    Openings for Upper and Middle School Coaching Positions
    (Fall Season)
    * Head JV Girls Tennis Coach (Upper School)
    * Head Boys’ Freshman Soccer Coach (Upper School)
    * Assistant Girls’ Varsity Volleyball Coach (Upper School)
    * Head Girls’ (Middle School) Soccer Coach
    * Assistant Girls’ (Middle School) Soccer Coach
    * Assistant Boys’ (Middle School) Soccer Coach
     
                 (Spring Season)
    * Head Crew Coach (Upper School)
    * Head JV Boys’ Tennis Coach (Upper School)
    * Head Varsity Girls’ Lacrosse Coach (Upper School)
    * Head JV Girls’ Lacrosse Coach (Upper School)
    * Assistant Boys’ (Middle School) Baseball Coach
  • Early Childhood Lead Teacher

    Dwight-Englewood Lower School is a place where teachers encourage children to embrace every aspect of childhood play and exploration, while paying close attention to each students’ growth and progress. Our faculty understand the importance of balancing explicit instruction with more open-ended inquiry, and they bring this perspective to their planning and work with students. In addition, faculty understand the importance of observing and assessing students both formally and informally in all subject areas and throughout the day in order to plan instruction for whole groups, small groups and individuals. The ability to listen, work with a diverse community and a range of learners, as well humor and humility are essential. Dwight-Englewood encourages faculty to practice both the art and science of teaching, and we seek out teachers who are excited by the opportunity to do so.
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Support and model the spirit of the Mission and Foundation Documents of the Dwight-Englewood School in work with students, faculty, parents and community members.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of, experience with, the developmental, social, emotional and cognitive issues of the primary early grades.
    • Create differentiated, challenging lessons aligned with school philosophy, standards and curriculum. 
    • Show ability to use reading and mathematical instructional strategies and structures, in particular balanced literacy, reading and writing workshop, guided reading, word study and Singapore Math.
    • Work collaboratively with grade level colleagues to plan consistent, though not necessarily identical, experiences.
    • Communicate with families about student progress, goals, benchmarks respectfully, openly and showing an ability to ask questions and listen with empathy.
    • Work with learning specialists to develop and deliver vertically coordinated curriculum and meet the needs of a full range of students.
    • Collaborate with Special Area teachers in ways that deepen the learning experience.
    • Integrate technology to enhance teaching and learning.
    • Perform assigned supervisory duties that include, but are not limited to recess, lunch and dismissal supervision.
     
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
     
    • Advanced degree in Childhood and Elementary Education, and/or Special Education required.
    • Understanding of child development, curriculum expectations and benchmarks, for elementary school students.
    • Experience with and a commitment to diversity and equity work with young children.
    • Knowledge of Responsive Classroom or other philosophies that address building a classroom community based on engagement in learning and shared respect.
    • Familiarity with reading and writing workshop, balanced literacy, Singapore Mathematics.
    • Ability to address a range of learners, including those who are not meeting benchmarks, within the classroom and with support of reading specialists.
    • Familiarity with a range of formal and informal assessments.
    • Previous experience working in an elementary school setting.
    • Experience in partnering with families and strong ability to communicate consistently via newsletters, conferences, emails and narrative reports.
     
    Terms of Employment:
     
    • This is a 10-month teaching position.
    • Eight-hour workdays as well as attendance at faculty meetings and other school-wide meetings and events.
    • Professional days are considered workdays and participation in planned activities is mandatory.
     
    Dwight-Englewood School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, ethnicity, age, national origin, religion, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy or military veteran status. The diversity of our student body supports our commitment to employ a diverse faculty and staff. Educators from all backgrounds who bring knowledge and expertise in equity, diversity and multicultural education are especially encouraged to apply.
     
    Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: employment@d-e.org
  • HVAC Technician

    Dwight-Englewood School, the largest independent school in Bergen County, NJ, and a growing, vibrant, and diverse learning community in the New York City metro area, is seeking an HVAC Technician, Monday through Friday from 6:00AM - 2:00PM. This position will report to the Director of Facilities.

    General Responsibilities:
    ● Maintain and repair HVAC equipment
    ● Plumbing
    ● Electric
    ● Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications:
    ● Minimum 3 years HVAC experience
    ● NJ Black Seal License (Preferred but not required)
    ● HVAC Building management system experience (Preferred but not required)
    ● Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds
    ● Effective communication skills
    ● Basic computer skills required
    ● Valid driver's license required

    If you are interested in applying for the above job vacancy and meet the minimum requirements, please send resume to: employment@d-e.org
  • Lower School Admissions Officer

    The Dwight-Englewood School is seeking a dynamic individual with relevant experience in independent school admissions to help lead the admissions process for Preschool 3 through Grade 5.  The Lower School Admissions Officer is responsible for attracting and enrolling students and their families who are academically strong, reflect the diversity of the school community and embody Dwight-Englewood’s mission. The Admission Officer will strengthen the capabilities of the School's community outreach efforts and implement a strategic plan to build on an established regional awareness of Dwight-Englewood's educational assets, unique attributes, and academic excellence.  The Admissions Officer is responsible for meeting the Lower School’s enrollment goals in collaboration with the Admissions team.
     
    The preferred candidate should have admissions experience, the ability to work well with a variety of families, technology/database management skills, exceptional communication and interpersonal strengths, strong organizational skills and a good sense of humor. The Lower School Admissions Officer will manage the admission process for all Lower School candidates, have the ability to build relationships, inspire confidence, and enjoy interaction with a wide range of people, as well as the ability to collaborate.  The Lower School Admissions Officer reports to the Dean of Admissions and works closely with the School’s Lower School Principal, Faculty and the Admissions Committee.
     
    This is a full-time, twelve-month position. College degree required; master’s preferred.
     
    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
    • Recruit and select students for enrollment in Preschool 3-Grade 5
    • Interview the parents of prospective families
    • Organize and execute the student screenings for all prospective students
    • Compile admissions reports and candidate admissions application files  
    • Direct and manage the Open Doors programs and Lower School tours
    • Manage and work with Parent Volunteers
    • Assist with developing marketing efforts for the Lower School as well as maintaining the relevant website material. 
    • Participate in on-campus enrollment management activities
    • Assist the Dean of Admissions as required
    Interested applicants should send cover letter and resume to:  employment@d-e.org
     
  • Lower School Assistant Teacher

    The Lower School assistant teachers are a vital part of the grade-level team. Working closely with the classroom teachers, learning specialists and administration, the assistant teachers support the children and the classroom teachers in all aspects of their Lower School experience. Assistant teachers set goals alongside their cooperating teachers and participate in the full life of the school. We value their contributions and support their continued professional development.
    Primary Responsibilities
    • Support and model the spirit of the mission and founding documents of the Dwight-Englewood School
    • Collaborate and communicate with teachers to know and support the academic, social, physical and emotional needs of children
    • Work with classroom teachers to create a classroom/learning environment that is developmentally appropriate and supports a range of learners
    • Continue to grow as a professional through internal and external professional development opportunities and participation in learning communities
    Specific Duties
    • Support the range of students through work with whole groups, small groups and individual children across the curriculum. This may require work with students who need remediation or more challenging material, as needed and determined alongside the classroom teacher and the student support team
    • Assist in planning and implementation of curriculum for individual, small and large group activities, both indoors and outdoors, that promote learning in the areas of social-emotional, cognitive, and physical development, and that motivate children’s enthusiasm for active participation in the learning process
    • Develop curriculum and lead lessons in areas of interest
    • Work with classroom teachers to assess and collect information about students using a variety of tools including formal and informal assessments. Use information to inform instruction and share with classroom teachers, administrators, and parents during conferences
    • Supervise children during non-academic times such as snack, recess and dismissal
    • Ensure safety and well-being of students in the classroom, as well as in the lunchroom, play spaces and on field trips
    • Participate in school and classroom events such as Back-to-School night and parent conferences, grade-level planning meetings and faculty meetings 
     
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
    • Degree in early childhood and/or elementary education and understanding of current practices in early childhood and elementary education preferred
    • Understanding of developmental and curricular expectations and benchmarks for particular grade levels
    • Previous teaching experience in a lower school setting
    • Familiarity with a variety of instructional strategies including, but not limited to, Reggio-inspired educational settings, reading and writing workshop, and problem-based mathematics programs such as Singapore math
    • Desire to work in a community committed to professional development and a willingness to learn
    Qualified applicants should send cover letter and resume to:  employment@d-e.org
  • Lower School Recess Coach

    The Lower School seeks a recess coach to assist with first through fifth grades recess, lunch and throughout the school day. Recess is a vital part of the Lower School experience, and the Lower School recess coach is an integral part of the program.  Working closely with students, faculty, and administration, the recess coach helps create a safe, active, joyful and inclusive recess experience for all students. The Lower School recess program takes place outdoors in all types of weather, and the recess coach is there to inspire in students a love of being outside and of active play.  The Recess Coach also works alongside faculty to supervise children during lunch, dismissal and other times of the school day in the classrooms and other indoor spaces.
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Support and model the spirit of the mission and foundation documents of the Dwight-Englewood School
    • Model and teach safe, active, inclusive play for children in grades 1 through 5
    • Teach a variety of competitive and noncompetitive games, sports and activities
    • Work alongside colleagues to model and support respectful, safe recess behavior
    • Help children negotiate recess time and learn the importance of fair, safe, inclusive play
    • Maintain recess equipment and supplies
     
    Qualifications:
    • Understanding of and interest in child development - (Ages 5 through 11 years old)
    • Ability to provide direction and support as children during play time clearly, fairly and respectfully
    • Knowledge of CPR/First Aid, and concussion protocols preferred; Training will be offered
    • Familiarity with, or willingness to learn, about the Responsive Classroom philosophy or other comparable philosophies that address social and emotional learning
     
    Hours:
                Daily, Monday through Friday from 11:00am - 4:00pm
     
    Applicants should send cover letter and resume to:  employment@d-e.org
     
  • Middle School Psychologist

    Overview:  Dwight-Englewood School, the largest independent school in Bergen County, NJ, and a growing, vibrant, and diverse learning community in the New York City metro area, is seeking to fill our Middle School Psychologist position.  Beginning work in our new Middle School building, the Psychologist will have the unique opportunity of developing the culture and systems of this new space in collaboration with the teachers and administration. We seek an energetic, curious psychologist who wants to inspire students to learn more about themselves and the world around them.
     
    The psychologist will work directly and indirectly with students in order to address social-emotional and learning needs of the middle school students in the Middle School.
     
    Essential Responsibilities:
    • Actively support the Mission of the School and put that vision into daily practice.
    • Attend weekly departmental and/or divisional meetings after school.
    • Provide support to students to address the social-emotional issues that impact their daily lives.
    • Serve as a resource for teachers.
    • Serve as a member of the Student Support Team to identify ways to address student needs and to create a cohesive plan both at school and at home.
     
    Specific Duties:
    • Provide short-term individual counseling in order to assess concerns and provide appropriate resources to students and families.
    • Participate in Student Support Team and Team meetings to discuss students and to identify strategies to address individual needs.
    • Collaborate with classroom teachers, deans, and administrators in order to support students.
    • Review evaluations and utilize the information in order to best meet the students’ needs including incorporating appropriate accommodations.
    • Create learning profiles to provide teachers with information in order to better support the student.
    • Discuss evaluations with parents in order to help them understand their child’s learning profile as well as to provide the needed support in order for their child to experience academic success.
    • Collaborate with outside service providers in order to create a consistent program for individual students.
    • Observe students in classes in order to develop accommodations to best support the student.
    • Work with faculty to further develop an understanding of the developmental and social-emotional needs of Middle School students.
    • Collaborate with Middle School faculty to enhance the Advisory program which addresses both social-emotional and study skill issues.
    • Serve as liaison to MS/US peer mentoring program.
    • Participate in the life of the Middle School community as well as whole school initiatives.
     
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
    The ideal candidate will have a doctoral level degree in school or clinical psychology and previous experience in a school setting.  Strong preference for candidates who have worked extensively with the Middle School age group.
     
    Terms of Employment:
    • This is a four day a week position (or 80% percent) working in the Middle School.
    • This is a ten month position including vacations for winter break and spring break as well as other school holidays.
    • Eight hour work days as well as attendance at faculty meetings, division meetings and department meetings.
    • Professional days are considered work days and participation in planned activities is mandatory.
     
    Dwight-Englewood School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, ethnicity, age, national origin, religion, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy or military veteran status. The diversity of our student body supports our commitment to employ a diverse faculty and staff. Educators from all backgrounds who bring knowledge and expertise in equity, diversity and multicultural education are especially encouraged to apply.
     
    Applicants should send a cover letter and resume to employment@d-e.org
     
  • Middle School Spanish Teacher

    Overview:  Dwight-Englewood School, the largest independent school in Bergen County, NJ, and a growing, vibrant, and diverse learning community in the New York City metro area, is seeking to fill our Middle School Spanish teaching position.  Beginning work in our new Middle School building, the teacher will have the unique opportunity of developing the culture and systems of this new space in collaboration with the grade level team and administration. The teacher will work closely with teachers of other disciplines to provide age-appropriate instruction in reading, writing, and critical thinking.  We seek an energetic, curious teacher who wants to inspire students to learn more about themselves and the world around them.
     
    Essential Responsibilities:
    • Actively support the Mission of the School and put that vision into daily practice.
    • Teach five sections of Spanish class which meet for four fifty-minute periods per week.
    • Meet weekly with the grade level team to discuss students and to coordinate instruction and curriculum.
    • Attend weekly departmental and/or divisional meetings after school.
    • Serve as an advisor to a small group (usually around ten) of eighth grade students.
    • Participate in overnight field trips and day trips as a chaperone.
    • Provide extra help during TAG periods, before school, or other times as needed.
    • Perform other duties as assigned, such as lunch supervision, etc.

    Desired Qualities:
    The ideal candidate will offer most or all of the following qualities as well as the qualifications that follow:
    • A true love of working with middle school students.
    • A personality that is approachable, encouraging, and positive.
    • Experience with cross-curricular instruction, project-based learning, and process-based feedback, with a sincere interest in collaborating with colleagues.
    • Clear, consistent, and dynamic communication with students, colleagues, and parents.
    • Experience leading advisory programs and/or other student-centered programs.
    • A growth mindset.

     
    Position Requirements:
    • A Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s Degree preferred).
    • At least three years of Spanish teaching experience, with a strong background in Middle School instruction.
    • Collaboration with the World Languages Chair and Language teachers in support of discipline-specific pedagogical best practices.
    • Personal and professional alignment to the school’s mission, vision, and values.
    • Knowledge of and commitment to diversity, multiculturalism, and anti-bias education in all aspects of the work with Middle School students, families, and colleagues.
    • Excellent oral, written, and electronic communication skills.
    • Leadership of after-school activities (in athletics, the arts, or other programs).
     
    Terms of Employment:
    • This is a 10-month teaching position.
    • Teachers commit to eight-hour workdays as well as attendance at faculty meetings and other school-wide meetings and events.
    • Professional days are considered workdays and participation in planned activities is mandatory.
     
    Dwight-Englewood School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, ethnicity, age, national origin, religion, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy, or military veteran status. The diversity of our student body supports our commitment to employ a diverse faculty and staff. Educators from all backgrounds who bring knowledge and expertise in equity, diversity, and multicultural education are especially encouraged to apply.
     
    Applicants should send a cover letter and resume to employment@d-e.org
     
  • Sixth Grade History Teacher

    Overview:  Dwight-Englewood School, the largest independent school in Bergen County, NJ, and a growing, vibrant, and diverse learning community in the New York City metro area, is seeking to fill our sixth grade History teaching position.  Beginning work in our brand new Middle School building, the teacher will have the unique opportunity of developing the culture and systems of this new space in collaboration with the grade level team and administration. The teacher will work closely with teachers of other disciplines to provide age-appropriate instruction in reading, writing, and critical thinking.  We seek an energetic, curious teacher who wants to inspire students to learn more about themselves and the world around them.
     
    Essential Responsibilities:
    • Actively support the Mission of the School and put that vision into daily practice.
    • Teach four sections of History class which meet for four fifty-minute periods per week.
    • Meet weekly with the sixth grade team to discuss students and to coordinate instruction and curriculum.
    • Attend weekly departmental and/or divisional meetings after school.
    • Serve as an advisor to a small group (usually around ten) of sixth grade students.
    • Participate in overnight field trips and day trips as a chaperone.
    • Provide extra help during TAG periods, before school, or other times as needed.
    • Perform other duties as assigned, such as lunch supervision, etc.

    Desired Qualities:
    The ideal candidate will offer most or all of the following qualities as well as the qualifications that follow:
    • A true love of working with middle school students.
    • A personality that is approachable, encouraging, and positive.
    • Experience with cross-curricular instruction, project-based learning, and process-based feedback, with a sincere interest in collaborating with colleagues.
    • Clear, consistent, and dynamic communication with students, colleagues, and parents.
    • Experience leading advisory programs and/or other student-centered programs.
    • A growth mindset.

     
    Position Requirements:
    • A Bachelor’s Degree (Master’s Degree preferred).
    • At least three years of teaching experience, with a strong background in Middle School instruction.
    • Personal and professional alignment to the school’s mission, vision, and values.
    • Knowledge of and commitment to diversity, multiculturalism, and anti-bias education in all aspects of the work with Middle School students, families, and colleagues.
    • Excellent oral, written, and electronic communication skills.
    • Leadership of after-school activities (in athletics, the arts, or other programs).
     
    Terms of Employment:
    • This is a 10-month teaching position.
    • Teachers commit to eight-hour workdays as well as attendance at faculty meetings and other school-wide meetings and events.
    • Professional days are considered workdays and participation in planned activities is mandatory.
     
    Dwight-Englewood School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, ethnicity, age, national origin, religion, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy or military veteran status. The diversity of our student body supports our commitment to employ a diverse faculty and staff. Educators from all backgrounds who bring knowledge and expertise in equity, diversity and multicultural education are especially encouraged to apply.
     
    Applicants should send a cover letter and resume to employment@d-e.org
     
     
     
     
  • Substitute Teacher Coordinator

    The substitute teacher coordinator serves as the liaison between substitutes and the school. The coordinator receives requests for subs from department chairs and division administrators when teachers are going to be absent, and assigns subs to cover those classes. The coordinator also helps to maintain a steady pool of subs from which to draw as necessary. The coordinator can be contacted at any time to locate a sub, and must work quickly to assure coverage in school. The coordinator will have the schedules for the teachers who are out and be able to request the proper number of subs on any given day. 

    The coordinator needs to be flexible in terms of hours, and be able to work closely with the appropriate division administrators when trying to accommodate needs and circumstances.
    The coordinator is responsible for notifying all divisions and the business office each day of which teachers are out and which subs are acting as their replacements.
     
    The coordinator is paid a stipend for this position.
     
    Qualified applicants should send cover letter and resume to:  employment@d-e.org
     
  • Theater Department Chair

    The Theater Department Chair provides leadership and direction to the department in alignment with the school’s mission, values, and educational goals and priorities. The chair is held as the expert in developing and implementing the department’s program and pedagogy.
     
    The School seeks a leader with strong expertise, experience and interest to serve as a production manager for all theater performances, able to lead the work and teaching of set design and construction; lighting design and implementation; audio and visual design and production; costume design as well as theater backstage and stage crew leadership and management and the management of the all theater budgeting and procurement of supplies, equipment and materials.
     
    Primary Responsibilities:
    • Leads department’s faculty members in ongoing curriculum review and design, and instructional strategies, based on a strong understanding of best practices, in partnership with the Lower, Middle and Upper School Principals.
    • Leads the department’s selection, planning, development, preparation for all theater productions across all three divisions.
    • Supports and evaluates, in an ongoing way, the pedagogy and course development and preparation for theater teachers in all three divisions in conjunction with the division principals.
    • Provides curriculum leadership within the department.
    • Works with the Head of School, Principals, the Chairs’ and Principals’ Committee, and the Program Committee to plan and implement an excellent overall educational program across all three divisions in alignment with the school’s “Foundation Documents.”
    • Articulates the department’s strategies in achieving the Mission and goals of the School and sets departmental objectives, assessments, and policies accordingly in cooperation with the members of the department and in concert with the Principals and Head of School.
    • Strives to inspire a love for all aspects of theater in students as well as an understanding of how best to engage students in learning about theater.
     
    Specific Duties:
    • Together with the Principals, the Assistant Head of School for Engagement, and the Director of Human Resources, the chair implements hiring procedures to fill theater openings in all three divisions.
    • Makes recommendations to the Principals for staffing assignments of theater teachers.
    • Provides specific professional development in the discipline and coordinates that professional development with ongoing all-school professional development efforts.
    • Administers all aspects of departmental spending, including preparation of budget and supervision of expenditures.
    • Performs general professional activities common to department chairs.  These include, but are not limited to, the following: managing placement of current and entering students, ordering texts and supplies, participating in the orientation of new faculty, supporting the ongoing activities of the admissions office, and supervising the assessment and grading procedures of departmental faculty.
    • Participates productively as a member of the Chairs and Principals Committee and the Program Committee in order to ensure academic integration of the school’s program and to exchange information and ideas regarding the total school program.
    • Holds regularly scheduled department meetings, maintains records of such meetings, and provides minutes of the meetings to the Principals.
    • Serves as a role model to encourage faculty self-evaluation, professional growth, scholarship, and effective training.
    • Involves the department in developing and mapping the scope and sequence of the theater curriculum.
    • Regularly observes teachers and meets with them, establishing and documenting those conversations
    • Generates yearly evaluation, along with the Principals, of each member of the department.
    • Conveys information to members of the department regarding plans; curriculum development and assessment; resources; facilities; and activities which affect department members.
    • Is aware and coordinates the teaching objectives; materials; methods and means of assessment; used by each teacher within the department.
    • Publicizes within the school community the scholarship and endeavors of the department and gives recognition to exceptional achievement within the department.
    • Supports the School and its leadership.
    • Performs other duties as assigned by the Head of School.
     
     Position Requirements:
    • At least five years of successful teaching and/or experience in theater or related fields.
    • Knowledge of and experience in curriculum development, including emerging paradigms, pedagogy and methods for the study of theater and a particular eye for the selection and teaching of multicultural theater productions.
    • Flexibility, strong communication skills and ability to be a collaborative team leader in the department and across the School generally.
    • Approaches position with humor, determination, and humility.
    • Sound technology skills.
     
     
    Terms of Employment:
    • This is an extended teaching position with administrative duties. Chairs return to school one week before the faculty arrives in August, and remain one week after the faculty departs in June.
     
    Dwight-Englewood School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, ethnicity, age, national origin, religion, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy or military veteran status. The diversity of our student body supports our commitment to employ a diverse faculty and staff. Educators from all backgrounds who bring knowledge and expertise in equity, diversity and multicultural education are especially encouraged to apply.
     
    Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: employment@d-e.org 
  • Upper School Admissions Officer

    Dwight-Englewood School is seeking a dynamic individual with relevant experience in independent school admissions to lead the admissions process for Grades 9-11. In addition, the Admissions Officer is responsible for attracting and enrolling academically exceptional students, reflecting the diversity of the school community, and embodying Dwight-Englewood’s mission. 
     
    The Admissions Officer will strengthen the capabilities of the School's community outreach efforts and implement a strategic plan to build on an established regional awareness of Dwight-Englewood's educational assets, unique attributes, and academic excellence.  The Upper School Admissions Officer is responsible in collaboration with the Admissions Team for meeting the Upper School enrollment goals.
     
    The preferred candidate should have admissions experience, work well with various families, have technology/database management skills, exceptional communication, and interpersonal strengths; the candidate should also have strong organizational skills and a good sense of humor. 
     
    The Upper School Admissions Officer will manage the admission process for all Upper School candidates and have the ability to build relationships, inspire confidence, and enjoy interaction with a wide range of people, with an ability to collaborate with team members. 
     
    The Admissions Officer of the Upper School reports to the Dean of Admissions and works closely with the School’s Upper School Principal, Grade Deans, Faculty, and the members of the Admissions Committee.
     
    This is a full-time, twelve-month position. College degree required; master’s preferred.
     
    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
     
    • Recruit and select students for enrollment in Grades 9 through11
    • Interview the students and parents of prospective families
    • Compile admissions reports and candidate admissions application files  
    • Direct and manage 60+ student tour guide programs for Upper and Middle School
    •  Open House programs
    • Assist with developing marketing efforts for the Upper School as well as contribute to relevant website material. 
    • Participate in on-campus enrollment management activities
    • Assist the Dean of Admissions as required
     
    Interested candidates should send cover letter and resume to:  employment@d-e.org
     
  • Upper School Class Dean

    The Upper School is structured administratively to provide the best possible support, guidance and leadership for the students of the Upper School. Administrators must know students well and be able to work knowledgeably with each of them, and their families. Towards that end, the class deans were created to achieve that level of connection. The dean of a particular grade level assumes the overall responsibility for all students in that grade and follows the grade through the four years of high school. Those responsibilities emanate from the “whole child” approach that the School endorses in its foundation documents, and include all areas of a student’s life in school.
     
    Primary Responsibilities:
     
    • Monitoring overall progress for all students, both the academic and social-emotional growth of all members of one grade.
    • Monitoring involvements in co-curricular life such as athletics, the arts, community service and other activities.
    • The class dean travels with the grade throughout the four years of Upper School.
    • As part of the Upper School Administrative team, the class dean participates in the planning and execution the daily operation of Upper School activities and events.
    • Fostering a positive climate and visible presence in school and at school events.
    • Facilitating communication among parents, faculty and students.
    • Serve as the primary liaison between parents and school, interfacing with teachers as necessary to listen to parent concerns, school concerns with parents, and communicate about grade-level events.
    • Serve as the nexus of the communication web and the support web for each student.
    • Articulate the division’s strategies and goals in achieving the mission of the school and to set grade level objectives and policies accordingly in cooperation with team members and in concert with the principal.
     
    Specific Duties:
     
    • Leading a group of homeroom advisors who actively support the needs of the grade.
    • Providing for the academic guidance of students; to maintain complete academic placement schedule records on all students.  Work with department chairs and advisors on placement.
    • Directing the academic scheduling process for this grade.
    • Working with parents, faculty and other administrators in support of the grade.
    • Monitoring and tracking attendance of students in the grade.
    • Maintaining student discipline and follow-through with correspondence record keeping relating to discipline.
    • Keeping the Principal fully informed on student issues and all other relevant matters pertaining to school life.
    • Organizing grade-level activities to encourage grade unity and identity.
    • Attending some evening and weekend events as scheduled (admissions, curriculum, social events)
    • Collecting and reviewing faculty reports on students and coordinating support services for students with other school personnel, such as the Director of Student Support Services, the school psychologist.
    • Assisting in the coordination of the co-curricular and extra-curricular activity programs of the school; to assist in the planning and the presentation of school assemblies and programs; to assist in maintaining a comprehensive calendar of school events.
    • Teaching equivalent of one class.
     
    Particular aspects of being dean of the ninth grade include:
     
    • Transition into the Upper School of both rising eighth graders from the middle school and new students coming from outside of Dwight-Englewood, including an overnight orientation trip.
    • Coordination of ninth grade teachers and advisors on academic and other “beginning Upper School” issues.
    • Attendance at meetings and events about ninth grade such as admissions gatherings.
    • Working with the Director of Social-Emotional Learning on the Peer Mentoring Class.
     
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
     
    • Strong organizational, collaborative and communication skills.
    • Strong working knowledge of adolescent development.
    • Understands, connects well and enjoys working with adolescents.
    • Creative thinker on issues of co-curricular and whole child education.
    • Three to five years teaching experience at the Upper School level.
    • Commitment to working with a diverse student body
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse educational setting.
    • Strong interpersonal skills.
    • Warmth, humor, energy, and compassion for Upper School aged children and their parents.
      
    Terms of Employment:
     
    The deans return to school approximately one week prior to the faculty and remain approximately one week after the faculty leaves in June to organize and then close out the school year in an organized fashion. They may also be required to work for two or three days at the beginning of August to view and vet some student schedules.
     
    Applicants should send cover letter and resume to:  employment@d-e.org
  • Upper School Psychologist or Social Worker

    As a member of the Student Support Team, the psychologist or social worker will work to address the social-emotional needs of students. Ideal candidates have strong crisis intervention skills and can provide research-based approaches to counseling (ACT, CBT, DBT experience preferred). Candidates should have excellent interpersonal skills and express a desire to become part of the school community.
     
    Primary Responsibilities:
     
    • Provide support to students to address the social-emotional issues that impact their school day.
    • Serve as a resource for teachers and deans.
    • Serve as a member of the Student Support Team to identify ways to address student needs and to create a cohesive plan both at school and at home.
     
    Specific Duties:
     
    • Provide short-term individual counseling to students.
    • Provide referrals and resources to families to address social-emotional concerns. 
    • Participate in Student Support Team (SST) meetings to discuss students and to identify strategies to address individual needs.
    • Collaborate with classroom teachers, deans, and administrators in order to support students.
    • Collaborate with outside service providers in order to create a consistent program for individual students.
    • Observe students in class to develop accommodations and support.
    • Work with faculty to further develop an understanding of the developmental and social-emotional needs of Upper School students.
    • Participate in the life of the Upper School community as well as whole school initiatives.
     
    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
     
    The ideal candidate will have a certificate or license in psychology, school psychology or clinical social work and previous experience in a school setting. Training and experience in research-based approaches to therapy is preferred.
     
    Supervision for permit-holders obtaining a license in psychology is available on-site.
     
    Terms of Employment:
     
    • While an 80% percent (4 days a week) schedule is preferred, the schedule for this position can be flexible. 
    • This is a ten month position including vacations for winter break and spring break as well as other school holidays.
    • Eight hour work days as well as attendance at faculty meetings, division meetings and department meetings.
    • Professional days are considered work days and participation in planned activities is mandatory.

    Qualified candidates should send cover letter and resume to:  employment@d-e.org
     
     
     
  • Upper School Science Teacher

    This is a full time position in science for someone with a strong background in life science, a passion for  teaching and a desire to work with teenagers. This is a position to teach in our innovative integrated biology and chemistry program for 9th and 10th graders. This two year sequence emphasizes environmental application, experimental design, and real world examples. A significant laboratory component stresses hands-on learning and in-class use of personal computers for data collections, visualizations and research. 

    We seek a creative science teacher who will be challenged and captivated by the possibilities of forwarding our integrated curricula in a building designed to facilitate innovation, expansion, and growth.
     
    Responsibilities:  Teaching four sections of science. Additional responsibilities include attendance at periodic faculty meetings, and weekly planning meetings with other science teachers, and other campus-wide supervisory duties.
     
    Qualifications:  The ideal candidate must have a strong background in chemistry and biology; familiarity with molecular biology and ecology would also be helpful. Candidates should be willing and able to integrate computer applications into the curriculum. Individuals who apply should be extremely responsible, highly motivated, and excited by the potential of teaching in an integrated program. Experience in teaching at this level is preferred.
     
    Qualified applicants should send a cover letter and resume to employment@d-e.org 
  • Substitute Teachers

     
    Independent coeducational day school
    on a 41-acre campus in northern New Jersey suburb seeks:

    SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS

    Lower School (Pre-K – 5th Grade)
    Middle & Upper Schools

    If you are interested in applying, kindly send your resume to

    employment@d-e.org


    Dwight Englewood School is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    One Community – Infinite Possibilities

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Dwight-Englewood is a non-profit corporation accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools and the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools. Dwight-Englewood School is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, ethnicity, age, national origin, religion, genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy or military veteran status. The diversity of our student body supports our commitment to employ a diverse faculty and staff. Educators  and staff from all backgrounds who bring knowledge and expertise in equity, diversity and multicultural education are especially encouraged to apply.
 
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Summer Grants 2019

Ellie and Dick Phayer Adventure Endowment for Curricular Development


Diane Christian and Joan Maffetone
– will be attending the Road Scholar program in Newfoundland and Labrador. The trip will provide the opportunity to learn about different peoples and cultures, providing immersion in words and phrases, stories and songs that are influenced by the dialects of the English, Irish, and Scottish immigrants. $2500 grant.

Frimi Sagan Summer Grant


Wendy Blasius
- will be furthering her knowledge of Ancient Roman and Greek history by travelling in Southern Italy and visiting many of its architectural and historical sites. Requested and received $2000.

Daniel Carragher – plans to drive a part of the U.S. Civil Rights Trail (https://civilrightstrail.com/), focusing primarily on cities in Alabama (Birmingham, Selma, Montgomery, and Tuskegee), but starting in Memphis, TN, and ending in Atlanta, GA, in order to visit places he has lectured about for years. Requested and received $2350.

Talya Kagedan – will be attending the Embodied Positive Psychology Summit: Leadership in Education. Topics explored include the importance of meaning to create connectedness within the learning environment, the science of character education, whole-person engagement in lessons, and stress resilience and its impact on educators’ engagement and work longevity. Requested and received $1752.

Varun Khattar - plans to read historical, sociological, psychological, and educational literature and conducting exploratory research into existing school and community-based programs focused on Asian American identity and leadership development. Requested and received $2000.
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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.