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    All-School Chapel

    Celebrating Black History Month (Theme = Joy)
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    State of the School Report

    Location = Lower School Commons (no livestream)
    Contact: Burns Jones
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    “Aren’t You… ?”

    “Aren’t You… ?” is a satirical, one-man show by Bay Area writer and actor Fred Pitts. During a summer-long tour, Fred finds himself at one mission after the next, encountering docents and fellow tourists. Some are experts on the church, a few are experts on Native American history, others are experts on … everything else. Yet, they have one thing in common: They are all experts on which famous Black person he resembles. Full of Pitts’s personal experiences and love of history, “Aren’t You… ?” perfectly blends delightful insights into the missions, thoughts on early California settlers’ interactions with Native Americans, and the experience of walking in the shoes of an African American male. In doing so, he addresses issues of race and California history in a way that uses humor to make his audience question their assumptions and think critically about their relationship to a variety of topics.
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    Thursday Early Dismissal

    • Kindergarten – Grade 1 Dismissed at 2:15pm
    • Grades 2–4 Dismissed at 2:25pm
    • Grades 5–8 Dismissed at 2:35pm
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    All-School Chapel

    Celebrating Lunar New Year on the Plaza
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    Hawk Family Meeting

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    Hymn Sing

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    Black Joy Parade (Oakland)

    The Black, African American Student Affinity Group invites you to watch them march in the Black Joy Parade in downtown Oakland. 


    Your joy drives Black growth! It’s our 7th year as a volunteer-run organization and movement which means Sunday, February 25, 2024, will be a bold celebration of community and culture. Thousands of people showcase their joy, and fuel Black businesses, artists, and more each year. Together, we've created an experience that builds up and gives back to our amazing community.

    What’s to expect:
    • 200+ Black-owned vendors including food, drinks, clothing, handmade items, and more.
    • 2 stages of Black performances, including a soon-to-be-announced headliner and The Black Joy Choir.
    • Activities for the whole family at Lil Joy for kids include Games n’ Grooves and Healing Village.
    • The Black Joy Parade official merch
    • And, of course, the world's largest Black Joy Parade procession!
    The parade begins on 14th and Franklin in downtown Oakland, CA at 12:30 pm PST. Following the parade, the festival begins at 12pm and ends at 7pm. The main entrance to the festival is 19th and Franklin Streets.

    Admissions are free for all so bring your friends and family! If you’re able, please donate via Eventbrite or here ahead of time to support the movement. Black Joy Parade is a volunteer-run org and a registered 501c3. All donations go to support local artists and the production of the event.
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Cathedral School for Boys

Located in San Francisco, California, Cathedral School for Boys is an independent elementary school for boys in Kindergarten – Grade 8. Our mission is to provide an excellent education through intellectual inquiry and rigor that is centered in the Episcopal tradition and is respectful of and welcoming to people of all religious traditions and beliefs.