Mrs. Sarah Boocock Beyreis
Director of College Counseling
Yale University BA (1985), MA (1994); Middlebury College MA (1996)
After graduating from Yale, Mrs. Beyreis worked for two years as a newspaper reporter before becoming an independent school English teacher. She has taught at The Loomis Chaffee School in Windsor, CT, Newark Academy in Livingston, NJ, and The Pingry School in Martinsville, New Jersey, where she was Director of College Counseling.
Mr. Charles H. McGivern
Assistant Director of College Counseling
LaSalle University BA (1997), Temple University, MS Ed. (2003)
After graduating from LaSalle in Philadelphia, Mr. McGivern taught at William Penn High School in the city, and then at Interboro High School in Prospect Park, Pennsylvania, a Philadelphia suburb. Along the way he earned a master’s degree in education with a specialization in technology integration from Temple. Mr. McGivern grew up in Philadelphia, where he attended William Penn Charter, a private school he describes as “exactly like Cincinnati Country Day.” He joined the Country Day English department in 2005 and coaches football, basketball, and lacrosse.
Mrs. Pat Dunn
English Department Chair, College Counselor
Colgate University BA (1980); Middlebury College MA (1985)
After receiving her undergraduate degree from Colgate University in Hamilton, New York, Mrs. Dunn took an English faculty position with The Canterbury School, a co-educational day and boarding school located in New Milford, Connecticut. After six years at The Canterbury School and after receiving her Master's degree in English from Middlebury College, Mrs. Dunn accepted a faculty position at Cincinnati Country Day School. Mrs. Dunn teaches a wide variety of English courses, has been a long time college counselor, and is currently the English Department Chair.
Mrs. Yvonne R. Green
University of Cincinnati BA (1973)
Mrs. Green received her undergraduate degree in special education and certification in learning disabilities and behavior disorders from the University of Cincinnati. She taught for 27 years in the Cincinnati Public Schools. After retiring from teaching and having three children at Cincinnati Country Day School, she took the position as school receptionist for three years. Mrs. Green is currently the administrative assistant for the college counseling staff.