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This year we will say goodbye not only to the class of 2012, but also to the following teachers and friends: science teacher David Howell, Admissions Associate Sigrid Howell, history teacher Karen McConnell, science teacher Julie Cullen, English teacher Gina Apostol, science and Health Issues teacher Brian Fry, and English teacher Louise Kinder.
This year Deerfield bids farewell to some great teachers and staff, among them science teachers Mark Acton and Steve Anderson, Associate Director of Admissions Benjamin Hamilton, math teacher Joel Jacob, fine arts teacher and theater director John Reese, and science teacher Lauren Veit.
After 27 years at Deerfield Academy, Theater Director John Reese will resign at the end of this school year.
Now that the faculty band has increased its presence on campus by performing more often during school meetings, students have discovered their teachers’ talent outside the classroom.
Molly Muller ’07, a petite, blonde 21-year-old in a grey Colby sweatshirt, sat comfortably in history teachers Joseph and Julia Lyons’s apartment in McAlister I where she was on check-in duty.
Richard Little joins Mr. Harcourt in teaching geology this year at Deerfield.
The time has come to say farewell to several individuals who have inspired students and fellow faculty members during their time here.
Mr. Nilsson taught at Deerfield from 2001-2005 before leaving to pursue a music career in New York City. Mr. Savage most recently at the School Year Abroad Program in Italy.
A monk, a boxer, and a Gossip Girl watcher — say hello to Deerfield’s new Wilson Visiting Fellow. Jaed Coffin, of half-Thai descent, shared with the Scroll tales of his colorful and unconventional past on a stroll to his house.
Classics teacher Peter Brush was hired by Frank Boyden 43 years ago. Now the last remaining faculty member who can make that claim, he reflected on his time at the school with vivid clarity as he considered his retirement this May.