Please donate any gently used uniform items to the School Store for its Spring Uniform Exchange. Donations can be left at the front office or brought to the school store on Thursdays from 8 - 8:45 a.m during school store hours.
Date: Friday, March 13
Time: 8:00 - 9:15 a.m and from 2:30 - 4 p.m.
Location: Wall Climbing Room, Lower level C
Please inspect all clothing prior to donation to make sure it is clean and in ready-to-wear- condition. We are accepting the following items:
- Jumpers and skirts
- Girls and boys shirts
- Girls and boys khakis
- Blazers and sweaters
- Gym t-shirts and shorts
Come browse or just mingle and please take what you need, at no charge!
We are collecting donations of children's books for Project Cicero, a citywide effort to replenish public school libraries. Please drop books off in the boxes outside of each homeroom. Donated books will go to under-resourced public schools across New York City.
You can also purchase books online through Project Cicero’s virtual book drive: projectcicero.org/wish-
United in Service
Service is a natural extension of our school’s religious identity and commitment to educating morally centered students. Service initiatives are part of the curriculum in early childhood through upper school, and we provide many opportunities for students and families to unite in service both locally and globally.
Our approach to service is not just about helping. In age-appropriate ways, we focus on building relationships with the organizations we partner with, and with the people whom those organizations serve.
Love Thy Neighbor
Our neighbors at Broadway Presbyterian Church and its Four-Star Soup Kitchen (half a block away) are our frequent partners. In addition to providing food and supplies through our Thanksgiving Food Chain and February Food Drive, our students connect personally with the people who dine and receive services there. Through the sixth-grade religious knowledge curriculum, students create relationships with the staff and patrons of the soup kitchen and food pantry. They visit regularly, playing board games or otherwise just spending time in conversation. As these relationships grow, students move beyond their own concerns to think about the injustices that their new friends face, and about how they can help to change those injustices for the better.
Our younger students, too, get involved, making cards and decorations that brighten the soup kitchen, or baking desserts to sweeten their meals. They visit to drop-off their creations, so that they know whom and how they are helping.