State of the School 2019

Brendan Largay, Head of School
Post Date: November 8th, 2019
Brendan Largay

Thank you to everyone who joined us in person and via the Facebook broadcast last evening for the presentation of the 2019 State of the School. It was a pleasure to share with all of you a look at where Belmont Day is today and where we've challenged ourselves to get to tomorrow. Your questions and feedback are extremely valuable and we wish to keep the discussions started last night rolling into the days and weeks ahead. So please reach out to me at any time.

If you were unable to attend the State of the School or couldn't view it online, a video of the presentation and the accompanying slides are now available.

If I don't see you first trying to stay warm under the lights tonight at Harvard, have a great long weekend, and I'll see you back here on Tuesday! Go Blue & Gold!

 

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