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We are pleased to report that Diku Rogers '12, an English teacher at Peddie, will serve as our interim DEI this year.
Peddie parent Becky Richardson had always planned on her children living at home when they attended high school. But then this happened.
Cross-departmental collaboration is enhancing Peddie theater productions
Rich D’Andrea ’01 will take the helm as head coach of the boys lacrosse program this spring. It’s a fitting step for the program’s narrative as well as D’Andrea’s personal one.
In the year since COVID-19 came into our lives, we have adjusted, reimagined, recreated, and continued to offer the best version of Peddie that we could, safely. We have been guided by priorities we first shared in March.
They played outdoors, studied the game through videos and built their team cultures. They found ways to motivate themselves and their teammates and adapted to practices with masks and restrictions.
And finally, in late February, they were able to compete.
This winter, humanities students at Peddie found themselves embroiled in a truly baffling mystery.
During Valentines week, we pull from the archives this timeless piece by science teacher Shani Peretz Ph.D. written about one of her greatest loves: teaching.
We're clearing away the winter blues with a celebration of cultures from across the globe during International Awareness Week.
Six Peddie students won top honors in the Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
From various locations and time zones, Peddie’s first-year students strive to feel connected.
Amid the pandemic, Arts Department Chair Alan Michaels is virtually connecting students with alumni artists.
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