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Family Weekend 2021

Family Weekend 2021 will take place on Friday, October 29, and Saturday, October 30. Please join us for the Parent/Guardian Social on Thursday, October 28 to kick off the weekend (hosted by the Parents’ Association).
Family Weekend is a wonderful opportunity to meet fellow Dana Hall families and engage with faculty and staff who help shape your student’s experience at Dana Hall. Whether you’ve attended Family Weekend in the past or this is your first time, we are beyond excited to welcome our Dana Hall Families back to campus for this weekend full of fun and informative events.

Due to recommended spacing guidelines for individuals in classrooms (due to COVID19), classroom visits will be held virtually on Friday morning for Middle School and Upper School and on Saturday morning for Upper School. All other events, activities, programs and games will be in person, on campus, starting at 11 a.m. on Friday, October 29. There will be virtual opportunities for those families who cannot attend. A detailed schedule will be shared soon. 

We look forward to welcoming you to campus!
R.S.V.P. below by Friday, October 22. There is no charge to attend.


Please help us plan for the weekend by letting us know which meals (Thursday night social and Friday, Saturday lunch and/or dinner) you will be joining us. You do not need to register your daughter(s).


For any questions regarding Family Weekend 2021, please contact:

Kathy Luby
Director of Events and Parent Programs
(781) 489-1362

Taylor Houston
Assistant Director of Events and Parent Programs
(781) 489-1367

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