Monthly Archives: November 2020

Ancestral Technology

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Dear Families: We wanted to celebrate the work our fourth grade teachers are doing.  Every year, fourth grade studies about Native Americans, zeroing in on the Lenni Lenape.  This is a curriculum that is...   Read More

And now we are remote

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Dear Families: We learned that New York City public schools would be going completely remote on Wednesday afternoon, November 18th.   We immediately sent an email to families and informed our staff.  Shelley graciously came to...   Read More

Giving Thanks

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Dear Families: We wanted to take a moment to give thanks, thanks for all of your children and thanks for your support as we work together to create a school year unlike no other....   Read More

Reflection and Processing

Dear Families: Pandemic school and remote learning has given us lots of opportunities for reflection and processing.  It has also opened up the world via the internet and Zoom. Last week, we wrote to...   Read More

“Elementary School Really Formed Me”

Dear Families: A few weeks ago, Kemala Karmen, parent of BNS graduates Asha and Talya, sent us an email.  She wrote, “I don’t see everything Talya writes, but we were talking about the “Food Pathway”...   Read More

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