In the first issue of the 2021-22 school year, we introduce PD's strategic framework for 2030 and beyond; Grant Williams '16 introduces the Grant D. Williams '16 Endownment; the Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (EIB) team ushers in a new era of EIB at PD; the student services team grows to meet student needs; and much more!
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Many in the PD community have enjoyed following the career of Grant Williams ’16, who attended the University of Tennessee and was selected in the first round of the NBA draft in 2019 as a player for the Boston Celtics. Williams recently decided to create the Grant D. Williams ’16 Endowment to help students attend PD. A component of the aid award, which is to be given annually to one incoming student beginning with the current school year, is the opportunity for the recipients to be personally mentored by Williams.
Dr. Jennifer Bratyanski promotes Civic + Social Responsibility at Providence Day.
PD’s team of counselors and learning specialists has grown to support students’ needs
Tyrone Jean ushers in a new era of Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging at PD. With the help of Jana Dorsey, they will set new goals for the Anti-Racist Task Force: a parent and alumni-led group committed to supporting Providence Day School’s stated objective of becoming an anti-racist institution.
The 21-22 Downing/Williams Endowed Chair of Teaching Excellence reflects on his path to PD.
Providence Day School welcomes new students to all three divisions each year, though rarely two months into the academic year. Harper Seldin ’07 took it all in stride when his family relocated to Charlotte from Massachusetts in 2004 during his sophomore year.