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    Diversity and Inclusion Breakfast

    Community Building - Library - 10
    All parents are invited to our Diversity and Inclusion Breakfast, an opportunity for us to highlight the enduring "Why?" and the ever-progressing "How?" of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion work at CRS.

    As a community, we are responsible for raising children who know themselves, understand others, and are equipped with the tools to go out and change the world. The curriculum and development around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are crucial to this mission. Come see projects that are being done in Pre-K/K, 4th Grade, and 7th Grade, hear from students about their curriculum, hear from faculty about the professional development done at the faculty and staff level to continue our own personal work, and learn about the ways we need parents and caregivers to partner with us in this journey. The work we are doing is messy, it is challenging, and above all, it is essential. Together as a community, we can make it happen.
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    Sharing Assembly

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    Admissions Information Session

    Community Building - Admissions Office - 16
    Join us for an admissions information session, designed to give parents an introduction to CRS and the admissions process.  Drop in on classes in action, meet our faculty and administrators, and hear from current parents. Please meet in the Admissions Office on the first floor of the Community Building.
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    Simple Meal

    One of Charles River School’s most cherished traditions, Simple Meal brings together faculty, staff, and students to share conversation with and appreciation for one another. Before breaking for Thanksgiving Recess, students from all grades sit with their buddies at picnic-style settings in Foster Hall. Our 7/8 students lead table discussions, with thankfulness and community as the guiding themes. While everyone enjoys a simple meal of bread, cheese, and vegetables, different grades briefly present poems, projects, and songs. It is a true celebration of the community!
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