The Alumni Association encourages you to attend one of our many events throughout the year! Please save the dates, and we hope to see you soon. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Monday, Oct. 1st - Galloway Professional Series (GPS) at Galloway 6-10 p.m. Dinner and drinks.
All Galloway alumni are invited to “All Politics is Local”, a political panel featuring Galloway parents Peter Aman, Andy Bauman, Jennifer Jordan and Linley Jones; alumni John Ernst ’94 and Amir Farokhi ’96; alumni parent Lee Morris, and moderated by Michelle Maziar ‘98
Saturday, Oct. 20th- Fall Fun Fest at Galloway
The Parents Association hosts a Fall Fun Fest on campus every October from 10am-3pm. The event offers fun and entertainment for kids of all ages and is open to current Galloway families, Galloway alumni and their families, and all of our neighbors in and around Chastain Park. Activities include games, jumpies, arts and crafts, as well as food trucks, entertainment, a haunted house, prizes, baked treats, a sweet walk, and more. No RSVP required- just a fun day if you want to attend!
Saturday, Dec. 22nd- Winter Toast for all alumni 21+
(New location and new details coming soon!)
Class Reunions - Coming Soon!
Alumni Council Open Meeting - Date TBD
Please join the Alumni Council at new Head of School, James Calleroz White’s, home to get an update about Galloway, the Alumni Association and ways to get involved. Dinner and drinks provided. RSVP to email@example.com.
June 7-17-“Great Journey Through Europe” river cruise up the Rhine with Gordon Mathis. Mr. Mathis will teach night classes March 26, April 16 and May 7 in preparation for the cruise. You do not need to be signed up for the cruise to attend the classes.
Book Clubs with Mr. Gordon Mathis
Members of the Galloway faculty lead Book Clubs about once a month. The teachers choose the books as part of their curriculum. Book Club discussions are held in the McKerrow Conference Room from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Upcoming Book Discussions:
September 5, 2018, Jennifer Salerno, The Blessings of a Skinned Knee, Wendy Mogel, 8:30 – 9:30 AM
Jennifer is a lead teacher in the fourth grade; this book reflects the author’s journey into a deeper understanding of the role of parenting.
September 26, 2018, Anthony Miller, Class Matters, New York Times
Anthony is the school’s new diversity and inclusion learning designer and this article will challenge your thinking.
October 3, 2018, Dr. Lauren Holt and Megan Cramer, Twelfth Night, William Shakespeare
Lauren teaches AP Literature and Megan is the theater director, together they will discuss Twelfth Night, the fall production for the Galloway Theatre Company.
November 5, 2018, Alex Diaz-Williamson, Between the World and Me, Ta-Nehisi Coates
All of Alex’s sophomore World History students read this book as an introduction to thinking about the costs of a Eurocentric view of history and culture.
January 9, 2019, Polly Williams, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, Susan Cain
Polly is the Early Learning principal.
February 6, 2019, Ann Fountain, Where You Go is Not Who You’ll Be, Frank Bruni
Ann is the associate director of college counseling. The book is about the college guidance process, written by a New York Times correspondent.
March 13, 2019, Dr. Lynda Jenkins, The Sixth Extinction, Elizabeth Kolbert
Lynda teaches AP Biology and AP Environmental Science; the book is about the perils of the “anthropocene age.”
April 10, 2019, Dr. Matt Vieron, Medea, Euripides
Matt teaches Latin in Upper Learning.