Rising PDS junior Megha Thomas is finishing her summer internship this week with the United Nations Association. Her recent blog post for the UNA reveals the challenges and accomplishments Megha has experienced through Model UN at PDS and also this summer in the UNA-NCA Global Classrooms DC program.
Eighteen PDS 9th-11th grade students expanded their cultural frame of reference during a unique 11-day trip to Japan this summer, developed as part of Princeton Day School's vibrant International Travel Programs, which in past years have featured explorations in India, China, France, London, Rome, and earlier this year, the Island School in the Bahamas.
PDS Middle School math teacher Donna Zarsecki left her mark not only as a teacher but as a longtime dean of 8th grade and much-loved champion of the Peer Leadership program. For 25 years, she forged enduring connections with senior Peer Group Leaders, helping them become better people and mentors as they in turn helped create successful transitions to the high school experience for PDS 9th graders.
In her more than three decades here, Ann Wiley became the font of knowledge about everything PDS; those who've come and gone, parents and alums. If you needed a start date, graduation year, or most any PDS fact, 'Wileypedia' had it in her database.