SEPTEMBER 2016

IMPORTANT REMINDERS ABOUT PARKING:
• Parents who are dropping students off or picking them up must use the circular drive in front of the school. Please remember that this is not a parking area; parents must remain with their cars.

• The designated bus drop-off and pick-up is at the Saint Agnes entrance off Anderson Place on the north side of the School. No cars should be in this area, either to park or to drive through, except in designated parking spaces nearest Anderson Place and facing the athletic fields.

• Special parking for a limited number of Seniors will be available in  the Lower Forbes parking lot. Upper School students with permission to drive to School should refer to the Student Handbook for information regarding parking.

IMPORTANT TRAFFIC INFORMATION
• Please note that there are 15-mile-per-hour school zone signs on Washington Avenue leading to school from the north and the south. Watch for these; they are easy to miss, and the police do enforce the speed limit.

• Also easy to miss is the “no right turn on red” sign at the light at Washington and Forbes Avenues. Again, for the safety of the school community and our neighbors, the police monitor this area frequently when school begins.

DRESS UNIFORM DAYS
SEPTEMBER
Students in grades 2 – 12 must wear dress
uniforms to school on: September 13
Please consult your Student Handbook for dress uniform requirements.

Upcoming Events

  • Middle School Illumination Fair

    Mar 09, 2017 - The Doane Stuart School

    Join our Middle School students, faculty and families for this special event!Doane Stuart’s annual Illumination Fair – a celebration of the individual scientific and humanities research conducted by students in Grades 5 thru 8 - is on Thursday, M

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  • Opera Saratoga Performance

    Mar 22, 2017 - The Doane Stuart School

    Join us for Opera Saratoga's Opera to Go Education Program, featuring the music of Offenbach, Rossini, Donizetti, and Verdi, John Davies has adapted the beloved Brothers Grimm Folk tale into delightful children’s opera. The donkey, General Boom, se

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