List of 3 news stories.

  • Dinners Build Community, Feeding Bellies and Hearts

    Last Tuesday and Wednesday, CFS hosted its annual Community Dinners to build comraderie within the School. Tuesday's event was focused on families of students in grades 5-8 and Wednesday's event hosted families for grades PK-4. Catered by Urban Hearth catering (https://www.urbanhearth.net)  and photographed by the very talented Michael Brook (media gallery here), families and CFS faculty and staff enjoyed warm conversation, wonderful food, and an energized back-to-school mindset. Thank you to all who attended and to all who contributed to make this event a great success.
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  • Opening of School Assembly Welcomes All to New Year

    The CFS community gathered on Wednesday, September 7 in singing and celebration of the new school year. Students and staff were joined by an excited group of parents to lift up their voices in song. The assembly, lead by music teacher Marytha Paffrath, included teaching new community members CFS song favorites and the telling of a beautiful story by Naomi Shihab Nye "that captures the spirit of kindness, of hospitality, of welcoming the stranger that we want to embody at CFS." Click through to read the short story.
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  • CFS Faculty and Staff Welcome You to a New School Year!

    The Cambridge Friends School faculty and staff welcome students and families to the 2017-2018 school year. #CFSFirstDay for all students is Wednesday, September 6, 8am. Share the excitement of the first day of school and send CFS a photo of your student with the #CFSFirstDay placard, or post it on social media, tagging Cambridge Friends School. Parents are invited for coffee and pastries after drop-off on #CFSFirstDay. Families also are invited to attend the all-school, opening assembly on Thursday, September 7, 8:30am.
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Events

List of 3 events.

  • Indigenous Peoples Day

  • Thanksgiving Break

  • February Break

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