Students in the Lower School at Doane Stuart will celebrate Read Across America Day on Friday, March
Opera Saratoga’s production of the Ugly Duckling is a whimsical retelling of Hans Christ
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Alumni stop for a moment at an Alumni/ae Reception in New York City.
Kendra Tomson '07 and Andrew Powers '07 reunite at an Alumni/ae Reception.
Board President Emeritus, John B. Robinson, Jr., Jamila Weintraub '78 and Abigail Wolff '78
Erin Weaver 01, Vicki Arend Johnson, KA '66 and Lisa Brown visit with one another.
Alumni/ae gather at the Lotus Club for a reception
New York City Alumni/ae having a great time
Catching up with friends is always a good time.
Looking back through yearbooks is always a trip down memory lane.
Alumni Gather at the Albany Country Club for the 2014 Reunion Reception on October 10.
Members of the Class of 1994 celebrate their 20th Class Reunion.
Susan Diggs, KA '70, Sister Meg Canty and faculty member Joe Hetko look through yearbooks.
Sister Virginia Schumann, KA '33 looks through yearbooks with a friend.
Alumni stop for a picture at the Reunion Luncheon on October 11, 2014.
At the Reunion Luncheon we celebrated Sr. Canty's 80th birthday.
Dawn Hill, KA '74 and Mabel Pietraniello, KA '74 stand to be recognized for their 40th Class Reunion
Debbie Shaw, SA '69 stands to be recognized for her 45th Class Reunion.
Pam Whitwell, SA '59 is recognized for her 55th Class Reunion
Ruth Bridgham, KA 64 receives a special gift for her 50th Class Reunion.
Sr. Virginia Schumann, KA '33 receives a gift and a standing ovation for her 81st Class Reunion.
Pam Dearstyne '82 receives the Head of School Award from Pam Clarke, Doane Stuart Head of School.
Cyndy Kavanagh, SA '70 receives the Alumni/ae Award from Pam Clarke, Doane Stuart Head of School.
Elizabeth Albright and Cyndy Kavanagh, SA '70 enjoy the reunion reception on October 10.
Alumni/ae tour our new Green Roof.
Geoff Bowman, Director of Admission, shows Cyndy Kavanagh the views from the Green Roof.
Members of the Kenwood Class of 70, 74 and 33 pose with Sr. Meg Canty and Pam Clarke, Head of School
Lisa Brown, Association Head of School, poses with Pam Dearstyne '82 and her husband Ron Eidshaug.
St. Agnes Alumnae pose with Darlene Gallagher, Director of Development Operations
Margo Taylor, KA '57 visits with Sr. Virginia Schumann, KA '33.
Margo Taylor, KA '57 and Darlene Suto, SA '66 are so pleased to see each other again at Reunion.
Matthew Smith '86 holds the autographed baseball from his undefeated baseball team.
Matthew Smith '86 holds the trophy his baseball team won when they became sectional champions.
Pam Clarke, Head of School, addresses alumni and alumnae at the Reunion reception on October 10, 201
Pam Clarke, Head of School, talks to Ruth Bridgham, KA '64 and her daughter Josie Bridgham '98.
Ramon Guerrero '86, Tyson Nimick '88, and Matthew Smith '86 catch up at Reunion.
Alumnae look at graduation pictures and yearbooks.
Kenwood Alums pause from catching up to take a picture with Darlene Gallagher, Dir. of Development
Sr. Canty, Sr. Virginia Schumann, KA '33 and Pam Clarke, Head of School celebrate Reunion.
Patty Hodgkinson, MS Teacher greets Sr. Virginia Schumann as she arrives for her 81st. Reunion.
Matthew Smith poses with Sr. Meg Canty and thanks her for all that she did for him.
Sr. Canty addresses the Alumnni/ae and provides a beautiful blessing before our luncheon.
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