Saturday, Feb. 8 Science Expo at The School, 1-4 pm
Games Next Week
Monday, Jan. 13 Gr. 7 Boys Basketball v. St. Thomas Choir, 4:15 pm (away)
Tuesday, Jan. 14 Gr. 5 Girls Basketball v. Sacred Heart, 4:15 pm (MPR)
Wednesday, Jan. 15 Fencing v. Hackley, 3:45 pm (away)
Thursday, Jan. 16 Gr. 5 Boys Basketball v. Grace Church, 4:00 pm (away)
Gr. 5 Girls Basketball v. Grace Church, 5:00 pm (away)
Wallach Art Gallery Family Programming The Miriam & Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery on the Columbia University campus is offering free family programming with its exhibition “Goddess, Heroine, Beast: Anna Hyatt Huntington’s New York Sculpture, 1902-1936,” by reservation only! The exhibit is on view Jan. 22 through March 15, and CU Art History and School of the Arts MFA students are on hand to lead tours and Family Day activities. Please contact Deborah Cullen, Director and Chief Curator, with any questions or to make reservations. The gallery is located on the 8th Floor of Schermerhorn Hall (1190 Amsterdam Ave.). Enjoy!
PA Town Hall Meeting
In the spirit of this year's theme of collaboration, please join the PA and Head of School Amani Reed on Tuesday, Jan. 14 at 5:45 pm in the Library for a PA Town Hall Meeting to discuss any topics or questions you may have about The School and the Parents Association! Please RSVP here. If you need childcare, please click here.
Please take a moment to let the PA know any topics that are of interest to you. Please include the information in your RSVP above, or submit it here, if you prefer. We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday!
Middle Division Performing Arts Concert
On Thursday, Jan. 16, Middle Division students will put on two shows at Columbia’s Miller Theater with their performing arts groups. The first is an afternoon matinee for the K to 5 students, and the second is an evening performance at 6 pm for families. Parents of Middle Division students should have received and returned permission slips indicating how their child(ren) will be getting to and from the theatre. If you haven’t returned yours, please do so ASAP. Families of K-5 students are also welcome to come and enjoy the evening performance, no tickets necessary.
MLK Jr. Day of Service The PA’s Kaleidoscope welcomes the entire school community to spend the morning of Monday, Jan. 20 (9 am to 12 pm) at The School celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with music and dance performances by Harlem's renowned dance theater group Forces of Nature, community service activities, inter-generational shares, a meditation and quiet reflection room, and art-making workshops.
There will also be a bake sale; a clothing drive (adult professional clothing only; no casual attire or children's wear); and a dry goods collection, which will be marched to a local service organization in honor of the civil rights movement and Dr. King.
Also, please contribute by volunteering and/or bringing an item to the bake sale. Please sign up here for either or both.
Science Expo: Saturday, Feb. 8 Did you think this week was cold? It's all a matter of scale. Come to this year's Science Expo on Saturday, Feb. 8 to learn even more! Adults interested in volunteering for this year's Science Expo, please contact Kristen Lasky. The Expo committee needs help with a bake sale, coat check, and event set-up, among other activities.
Grade 6 students in science class
use colored liquid to demonstrate how density changes at different temperatures.