Join the discussion of The Role of Quaker Education in Our Current Political Moment, Wednesday, January 11, 6-8 pm at Cambridge Friends School. CFS is pleased to host a panel of distinguished educators, authors, and community leaders for an evening forum to further the discussion of the value and relevancy of a Quaker education today. At the heart of a Friends education, the Quaker Testimonies of Stewardship, Peace, Integrity, Community, Equality, and Simplicity are integral to raising compassionate, responsible individuals who are actively engaged in society. Panelists will reflect upon these values and the role of a Friends education within their own lives and in context of the current political environment Seating is limited and registration is recommended. Click read more to learn about the panelists.
Cambridge Friends School is delighted to be a recipient of a Charles and Miriam Avison Charitable fund award of $7,000 toward a CFS Maker-in-Residence program, for the 2016-2017 school year. The Maker-In-Residence program augments the CFS MakerSpace, by bringing outside makers and tinkerers to Cambridge Friends School.
The internationally acclaimed storyteller Len Cabral returns to Cambridge Friends School to work some winter magic with his stories for students in pre-Kindergarten through second grade, on the last day of school before break.
“I'm Not Racist...Am I?” Film Screening and Discussion
I'm Not Racist... Am I? Film Screening and Discussion Facilitated by Liza Talusan. View the movie. Engage the issues. Participate in discussion. Interrupt racism! Co-sponsored with Cambridge Montessori School