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  • Jan
    3

    Professional Development

    Professional Development - no classes

    6 reasons professional development matters
  • Jan
    4

    Classes Resume

    Second trimester classes resume.
  • Virtual Open House

    Founder Jacqui Byrne will lead a virtual information session. She will talk about FlexSchool, its mission, and how we help our students thrive. Register here.
  • Parent Support Group

    Cloud Classroom Parent Support Groups will be held the first Tuesday of the month from 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM in Savanna's RingCentral room.
  • Jan
    7

    FlexFriday: The Cloud Demystified

    The (Computer) Cloud / Demystifying The Cloud - Brendan Hemingway

    A multidisciplinary look at the well-known and rarely considered computing phenomenon we call “the cloud.” Very much NOT simply a tech talk, we will look at the history behind the cloud, the business model that shaped the technology, and the difference between science and technology. 

    Bring your social anthropology curiosity, your capitalist tendencies, and your poetic worldview as we discuss a computing classic (Mark Twain’s definition). 
  • Jan
    11

    Parent Workshop - Intro to Social Thinking

    Ring Central 826 598 7838
    This evening's workshop has been recorded ahead of time and can be found at the following link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/17GlrDA4uyyhAHWfG-6NLTHycE20I564w/view?usp=sharing
  • Virtual Open House

    Founder Jacqui Byrne will lead a virtual information session. She will talk about FlexSchool, its mission, and how we help our students thrive. Register here.
  • Jan
    14

    January Discussion Series: Surviving The Holocaust

    Janice Elster, Certified Holocaust Educator

    On Friday, January 14, Berkeley Heights will host FlexSchool parent, Rabbi Janice Elster, who is the child of a Holocaust survivor and a certified Holocaust educator. She also is the director of Youth and Family Education at the Romemu Seekers Hebrew School and is passionate about Judaism, Jewish life, and contemporary social justice issues. She is dedicated to enriching the lives of young people by connecting them to their culture and history
  • January Discussion Series: Surviving the Holocaust

    Andrea Warren, Author

    On Friday, January 14, Bronxville and Cloud students will meet author Andrea Warren, whose children’s book Surviving Hitler: A Boy in the Nazi Death Camps, is widely used around the world to introduce students fourth grade and up to the Holocaust through the true story of one boy who lived through Hitler’s occupation of Poland and three years in the death camps. Like her book, Warren’s presentation is non-graphic and straightforward, in spite of covering some very difficult material. Even the most sensitive of students will be captivated by Jack and his bravery. For more information about the author and her books, go to AndreaWarren.com or www.InkThinkTank.com.
  • Jan
    17

    Martin Luther King Jr. Day Observed

    Martin Luther King Jr. Day - no classes
  • Jan
    18

    Parent Support Group

    Bronxville Parent Support Groups meet the second Tuesday of the month at 9:30 a.m.
  • Virtual Open House

    Founder Jacqui Byrne will lead a virtual information session. She will talk about FlexSchool, its mission, and how we help our students thrive. Register here.
  • Jan
    21

    January Discussion Series: Surviving The Holocaust

    Tova Friedman, Holocaust Survivor

    On Friday, January 21, FlexSchool will host a virtual visit by Dr. Tova Friedman, who was a child Holocaust survivor of Auschwitz. Six-year-old Tova Friedman was one of the youngest of the thousands of surviving Auschwitz prisoners who were freed by Soviet troops on January 27, 1945. She is a frequent speaker who gives talks to school-age children about her experience so that it will not be forgotten.
     
  • Jan
    25

    Virtual Open House

    Founder Jacqui Byrne will lead a virtual information session. She will talk about FlexSchool, its mission, and how we help our students thrive. Register here.
  • Jan
    26

    Parent Information Session - Camp Week

    Questions about Camp Week? We've got answers!

    All parents are invited to our Camp Week Information Session in Jacqui's RingCentral room. Topics will include:
    • Travel details
    • Packing list
    • Covid safety information
    • Food and medications
    • Electronics policy
    • Q&A session
  • Jan
    28

    FlexFriday: Museum Of The City Of New York


    In a town renowned for its in-your-face persona, New Yorkers have banded together on issues as diverse as civil rights, wages, sexual orientation, and religious freedom. Using artifacts, photographs, audio and visual presentations, as well as interactive components that seek to tell the story of activism in the five boroughs past and present, Activist New York presents the passions and conflicts that underlie the city's history of agitation.
  • Jan
    31

    College Counseling Overview

    College counselor Trudy Hanmer will join Jacqui and the heads of school from all three campuses to host our annual College Counseling Overview, in Jacqui’s RingCentral room. This virtual session will include a preview of what the college planning process looks like, the admission test schedule, and an overview of the supports students will receive from FlexSchool throughout this process.
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