Our Diverse Community
The CMDT: Daniel Cohen, Paul Stellato, Alex Lasevich, Michelle Simonds, Natasha Datta Moore '92, Nichole Foster-Hinds, Anthony McKinley
Princeton Day School’s diversity and outreach efforts are invested in the Community and Multicultural Development Team (CMDT), the goal of which is to enhance the school’s mission by harnessing the strengths that reside in our community’s diversity of race, gender, ability, ethnicity, religion, financial circumstance, geography, and sexual orientation. CMDT sponsors educational programs for the entire community and maintains the school’s strong tradition of celebrating the many cultural events such diversity makes possible.
Taking its mandate from the work of the 2007 Diversity Task Force, the 2009 Diversity Steering Committee, and the groundbreaking work of students, faculty, parents, and alumni, CMDT builds upon our school’s decades-long commitment to create a community that values a variety of relationships and perspectives, an understanding and appreciation of which are the most effective preparation for success and leadership in the world Princeton Day School graduates will enter.
By working within the walls with students, faculty, parents, alumni, and trustees, CMDT will prepare fully Princeton Day School students to lead outside the walls, in a global community in whose service their talent and understanding are essential.
Come to our second annual Black History Month celebration in the Campus Center on Monday afternoon, February 27, beginning at 4:30. Organized by the Community Multicultural Development Team (CMDT), the event will include musical selections and performances by students in all three divisions as well as light refreshments. The school is honored to welcome Dr. Jay-Paul Hinds, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Religion at Howard University, as our keynote speaker. Open to all families and friends of the community, we look forward to celebrating with you!
Princeton Day School is dedicating Friday, January 13 to the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., with special programming and opportunities for all students and faculty to honor Dr. King and work together on service projects. Each division has specific plans for the day. Click the headline to read about the plans for the day in each division.
On October 18, Ziad Ahmed '17, was in Washington, DC for a roundtable discussion on advancing the American-Muslim narrative at the White House. Ziad has been spending a lot of time in the DC area lately as he began interning this summer at the U.S. Department of State under the Under Secretary of Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs Rick Stengel (in the photo with Ziad). During his internship, he has been working on a peer-to-peer venture to fight online extremism through the development of a program. Click on the headline to read more...