Quadros will take the helm at a pivotal moment for the 122-year-old school as it begins a partnership with PCD to create a new PreK through grade 12 education opportunity.
In a school that places high value on preparing students for lives of engaged citizenship, it comes as no surprise that a comprehensive and thoughtful civics education is a crucial part of the curriculum. In PCD's Middle School, the entire seventh grade history curriculum is devoted to the study of civics.
The new, independent Henry Barnard School (HBS) and Providence Country Day School will join together to offer an extraordinary opportunity for education in Rhode Island.
February offered an opportunity for the PCD community to embrace this year's Black History Month theme, "Amplifying Black Voices and Culture."
Providence Country Day is a school where life-long friendships are founded, and this certainly proved true for five PCD couples: Sara and Chris Cote '00, Virginia and Alec Cambio '06, Latha and Soren Youngren '97, Molly Pieri and Sam Schneider '05, April Moore Taylor '94 and Ryan Taylor '93, and Diane Simek '95 and Robb Sullivan '96.
The Providence Country Day School (PCD) is expanding to offer a 5th grade class to their student body for the 2021-2022 school year as a result of overwhelming demand.
PCD recently spoke to Richard C. Philbrick '42, Amara Atella '01, and Lieutenant Colonel Robert Sullivan '96 about their time serving in the United States Army and the lessons they learned from their experiences.