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Welcome to the 2019/20 Assembly Program schedule.   Assemblies are a required appointment and attendance will be taken.  

Click on the radio button for all assemblies below. The only exceptions to not selecting all assemblies are as follows:
     1) If you are participating in an off campus term program , do not select the assemblies that are scheduled during your term away.
     2) If you are participating in a School Year Abroad Program, you should not select any assemblies.
3) If you are a senior, you will not be required to attend the November 19th Global Initiatives Assembly, so do no select that session

Once you select all relevant assemblies below, you can logout of SCHED.

We will take attendance as you LEAVE assembly, not when you arrive. When leaving the assembly hall, there will be adults lined up in the various exit hallways. Stop at any available adult to report your attendance.   Do not create bottlenecks when leaving the assembly hall.  Move forward until you find an available adult.  
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Toyin Augustus

Phillips Exeter Academy
Physical Education
Coach Toyin Augustus, a member of the Physical Education Department and a long-time coach, advises Exonian Encounter Committee, Transitions, and Global Women’s Empowerment at PEA. She is a part of the Racial Literacy Task Force, Academy Life Task Force, and serves on the hiring committee for the new Director of Equity and Inclusion. For the past 3 years, she has organized and chaperoned a student trip to Montgomery, AL (for a total of 42 Exonians) to explore the implications of the civil rights movement on our current fight for social justice. Folded into the search for social justice is the evolution of slavery into our modern day systems of mass incarceration as told through Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative. She routinely infuses cultural competency into her teaching in Physical Education as well as Sports Coaching. Through team/community building games & activities, she encourages students to understand themselves and others in a deeper way, which purposing tone the best version of themselves each day. She is currently looking forward to participating in the Restorative Justice Training that our Director of Student Well-Being, Christina Palmer, is making available to us.