Great schools start with involved parents and innovative leaders (for more information on this read my Waiting for Superman post). Brooklyn's most literary moms and dads are stepping the plate to support PS 8 next Monday. Authors reading include Alice Bradley, Melissa Chapman, Lynn Harris, Stacy Morrison, along with other super cool writers like Caldecott winner Paul Zelinsky, Matthew Sharpe, and Phoebe Potts who just came out with Good Eggs.
Momtrends encourages you to have some champagne and support talented NYC writers and the schools that teach their children. To see the buzz around the event
Every dollar counts from this fundraiser. It's am amazing faculty and a great parent body with a serious 6-figure budget shortfall, and events like this mean Brooklyn kids might be able to learn Spanish (which got cut this year) and dance (threatened). Doesn't every child deserve a chance to baila?!
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Monday, November 15
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Location The Galapagos Art Space
16 Main Street,
$20 suggested donation
Momtrends was not paid to post this--it's our local school, how could we not support them!