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TUESDAY, DEC. 14 | 7 - 8PM EST

Reconnect with Dr. Noel Delgado, Mrs. Anne Delgado, Mrs. Doreen Fowlkes, Mrs. Dorothea (Malouf) Lippart, and Mrs. Kathy Redford at our next virtual office hours event this month.


Stop by for a few minutes or the full hour. To use Gather, use your computer keyboard arrows to move your avatar through the virtual space. When you get close to another avatar, you will automatically join a video chat. To end the chat, simply move away using the arrows.


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Govil Cultural Learning Commons Dedication


Thanks to the generosity and vision of Dr. Niraj Govil '85, the foyer to the Middle and Upper School building was recently transformed into the Govil Cultural Learning Commons to showcase our community's ongoing conversations about diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging. The space centers around four monitors which feature curated content by students. The first exhibition showcases different classrooms throughout the world.


At the ribbon-cutting dedication event on November 22, Dr. Govil shared, "when discussing the project, I asked Dr. Griffith the question, 'As a nation, what is simultaneously our greatest strength as well as potentially being our greatest weakness?' It's our diversity... The goal of the project is to celebrate diversity through education." During the program, both Dr. Griffith, Head of School, and Dr. Govil explained that Mr. Russell Ranney was a proponent of the civil rights movement in the 1960s and one of the first teachers in Rumson to integrate his classroom. As Dr. Govil mentioned, Mr. Ranney "would be glowing with pride as he saw what started as a one-room school has now blossomed into an incredible learning institution."


We are thankful to Dr. Govil's continued support of Ranney School. If you are interested in getting involved with the Govil Cultural Learnings exhibits, we are accepting submissions of the Ranney community's religious traditions. Send a picture of your family's rituals to communications@ranneyschool.org.

We are looking for volunteers to serve as "Mentors for a Day" between May 31 and June 9. Participants will showcase their professions to current students enrolled in "The Internship Experience"--a course offered through our Maymester program--by either hosting a small group at their business, visiting campus, or meeting virtually. In the past, we’ve had participation from an entrepreneur, veterinarian, dentist, financial advisor, gastroenterologist, and architect, to name a few.


If you are interested in getting involved, email alumni@ranneyschool.org. LEARN MORE>>>

Upcoming EVENTS


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December 11

40th-ish Reunion Event for 1978 - 1982

The Whitechapel Projects @ 7pm


December 14

Virtual Office Hours Gather @ 7pm

January 5

College-Age Alumni Luncheon

Ranney School @ 1pm

February 8

Alumni Happy Hour

Stout NYC (133 W. 33rd St.) @ 6pm

April 2

Alumni v. Alumni Basketball Game

Ranney School @ 12pm

Share your good news in the next edition of the newsletter. Email alumni@ranneyschool.org to celebrate your promotion, engagement, baby news, and more!

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