PD advances its campus view with more than 22,000 square feet of new and transformed space that opened in 2022 just in time for classes to begin, longtime teacher Ted Dickson reflects on his substantial career, Kristie Oglesby wears many hats at PD from teacher to coach, a group of PD alum aim to grow crops more sustainably beginning with spinach, read how a family brings an international perspective to their support of PD, and much more!
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More than 22,000 square feet of new and transformed space opens in 2022 — with more to come.
Kristie Oglesby has worn a lot of hats – literally and figuratively – in her sixteen years at Providence Day School. “Coach O” is the Physical Education department chair and a teacher, softball and volleyball coach, a diversity coordinator, leader of the Lower School Kaleidoscope club, an alumni parent to Kolby ’21, and a current parent to Connor ’23.
Lorenzo Hernandez ’12 wants to change the way we feed ourselves.
Michelle Garrity '04 and Jill Ingram '04 met in 7th grade at PD and have been friends nearly 25 years. They are currently faculty in the Middle School Math Department.
Health & Wellbeing: Excerpts from a discussion recorded from a recent episode of “From the Horse’s Mouth,” the official PD podcast, hosted by World Language teacher Jay Barron. (Edited for length and clarity). Find it at www.providenceday.org/podcast or wherever you listen to podcasts!
There is a tradition of educators in my family. My father briefly taught history before joining the Navy in 1940 and half of my maternal grandmother’s twelve grandchildren are teachers (almost enough to start our own school!).