DCD Receives All-Star Recognition from the Fenway Bowl
Dedham Country Day Head of School Allison Webster and staff received recognition as an All-Star in Education in New England by the Fenway Bowl in partnership with Cross Insurance, Samuel Adams, and the Boston Globe. DCD was one of 27 receiving the honor.
As part of its commitment to equitable and quality education across New England,The Fenway Bowl honors outstanding people in the field of education. By tapping schools and associations across New England, they create a list of honorees based on colleagues, students, and friends’ recommendations.
The list of this year’s honorees represents individuals who are making a difference and inspiring their communities, from college professors and teachers of all grade levels to custodians, school nurses, administrators, and more.
The recommendation of Dedham Country Day for the award notes, “The community came together with an unwavering focus on meeting the needs of kids; we were able to provide in-person classes five days a week to every child since September. Allison, faculty, staff, parents, and students showed what a community can do when it pulls together for the common good.”
In response to receiving the award, Allison Webster said, “Every member of our DCD community shares in this honor.”
Dedham Country Day is a Pre-K through Grade 8 Independent Day School for boys and girls located in Dedham, Massachusetts.
To learn more about the Fenway Bowl and its commitment to equitable and quality education across New England visit FenwayBowl.com.