Two local companies provide summer storage services to students: Boomerang Storage and Sitterly Storage. To sign up or to get prices and more information, visit their web sites. Please be in touch with one of these companies soon to make arrangements to store your children’s […]
At Deerfield we have taken many steps in order to become a “greener” campus. From the Green Cup Challenge, an inter-scholastic competition to reduce energy use, to new recycling and composting initiatives, we try to play our part in reducing our impact on the planet. […]
Parents should feel free to download this logo for use on announcement cards.
The yearbook ad deadline has been extended to Tuesday, January 21! Even if you can’t send your photos and/or check by the 21st, you can still make your request and let the yearbook staff know to save you a space. Order your ad now!
Forms and information pertaining to the start of school are available on our Back-to-School page. Please take a moment to ensure that you have submitted all the necessary information to get your child ready for the fall!
By Kelly Pasciucco P’10,’13; Greenwich, CT, and Phyllis Powers P’09,’13; East Sandwich, MA Just over a year ago, the Deerfield Parents Network (DPN) was born. It sprang from a desire to connect and engage parents more formally in the Deerfield community. The hope was that the […]
Peter Warsaw Academic Dean, Fine Arts Teacher Lydia Hemphill Associate Academic Dean and Registrar, Visual Arts Teacher (On sabbatical 2011/2012 school year) Peter Nilsson Assistant Academic Dean, Study Skills Coordinator, English Teacher
By Julie Alexandre P’06,’08,’11,’13; Haverford, PA Teachers encourage our children to “finish up strong,” but spring term is also the time for envisioning new challenges. While our seniors decide among college acceptances, Deerfield’s course selection process affords our juniors, sophomores, and freshmen the opportunity to […]
By Tina Moghadam P’13; San Francisco, CA First Link, the new program where parents of current Deerfield students volunteer to reach out to families of incoming students, strives to connect parents both to one another and to the Deerfield community at large. First Link is […]
By Margarita Curtis, Head of School No. It’s a simple word—and one of the first we learn. As parents, we know the frustration—the anguish—of toddlers who exercise a single-word vocabulary assiduously. In their terrible twos, our children used “no” to set boundaries, express preferences, and […]