This month, Packer launched IMPACT, a twice-yearly publication with the mission of sharing the story of the school's anti-racism initiatives and programs. Discover what the Packer community has learned about the history of racism, how the math department is becoming anti-racist, how Middle Schoolers are addressing hate speech, and more.
News, profiles, and stories from the Packer Alumni community.
Peter Esty served as Head of School from 1982 to 1989, helping guide Packer at a pivotal moment in time. He was cherished for his genuine warmth, his compassion, and his enthusiasm for the people around him. Building relationships with students, teachers, families, and other schools was essential to his work.
Noah Reinhardt, Packer's Middle School Division Head and Assistant Head of School, has been part of our community for 21 years — first as a math teacher and then as Director of Middle and Upper School Admissions. For the past 11 years, he has served as the Head of the Middle School. His commitment to Packer has helped make the school what it is today.
This fall, Packer alumni had the opportunity to learn more about their alma mater's history, reconnect with favorite faculty members, and creatively express their experience during the pandemic.
Each year, we invite a Packer graduate to talk to current students and our alumni. It's an opportunity to illustrate the life-changing experience of a Packer education and how it has impacted the lives of our alumni and ultimately the world around us. On Tuesday, October 27, we were honored to have Francisco Tezen '93 as our 109th Founder’s Day Speaker.
From political campaigns to private investigations to dance, read about the newsworthy accomplishments of five Packer alumni.