This year Saint Ann’s will again participate in the Brooklyn in Solidarity event with a number of other Brooklyn Independent Schools. While last year’s topic was Immigrants and Refugees this year’s theme will be Gun Control, a very strong shared sentiment from students at all the schools. The event this year is titled: Brooklyn in … More BKSolid — TODAY!
Saint Ann’s Community Service team cordially invites all members of the high school to attend a meeting we’ll be hosting on Wednesday, January 31st, at 12noon. This is a chance for you to hear of our projects and upcoming events–including volunteer opportunities at organizations such as the Arab-American Family Support Center, as well as a … More Comm serv Meeting: Weds. 1/31
Our 2017 Annual New Toy Drive to benefit children at the Columbia University Early Head Start Program begins NOW and runs through December 18th. Primarily assisting low-income Latino immigrants, the program is dedicated to providing over 300 families with children up to five years of age, offering language workshops, parental education symposiums, and numerous other initiatives that focus “on building … More Toy Drive
Intern at the Children’s Law Center Interested in education and the law? If so, consider applying for the internship below–the Children’s Law Center is conveniently located near Saint Ann’s, on Court St. in Brooklyn Heights. See below for specifications and relevant information. Unpaid High School Internship The Children’s Law Center New York (CLC) is a … More Intern at the Children’s Law Center
Exciting news: this week PS8 starts! Some useful information: Where is PS8? PS8 is located at 37 Hicks Street, between Middagh and Poplar. What do I need to bring? Other than your creative energy and intellect 🙂 you’ll only need to bring one thing: a school ID, as you’ll need to sign in each … More PS8 starts this week!
Dear fellow high schoolers! Greetings; if you don’t know us, we’re Julia Binder and Toby Berggruen (both Seniors), and we’re writing to you as student liaisons for PS8! What is PS8, you might ask? Well, for a number of years now, Saint Ann’s students have worked with students at PS8, a public elementary school that … More Volunteer at PS8!
Puppetry Arts is a Park Slope-based organization that fosters creativity and civic responsibility through the development and staging of puppet shows. It hosts numerous workshops for children of all ages throughout the year – often working with public school children to create puppet shows from scratch! (This process includes writing scripts, making puppets, and, of … More Volunteers needed: Puppetry Arts
Over the next few weeks, Saint Ann’s community service is collecting new and gently new toys to benefit hundreds of low-income children who participate in Columbia University’s Head Start Program. Founded in 1990 under the auspices of Columbia’s Mailman School of Public Health, the Head Start program primarily assists immigrant Latino children living in upper Manhattan, … More Columbia Toy Drive