The idea to start The Country Day School was the topic of a 1971 dinner conversation between Moffat Dunlap, the late Margo Bindhardt, Edmond G. Eberts and the late Daphne Eberts. All were in agreement that King Township was in need of a co-ed private elementary school. Moffat and Margo enrolled their two children, Louise and John, the year the School opened. Moffat’s youngest daughters, Daphne and Allie, also attended CDS starting in the late 80s.
The Link caught up with all of them in early September to record their memories and recollections of attending the school their parents helped to found.