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    All School Earthquake Drill (Level 3- early release)

    Pick up students between 3-4pm. No aftercare.

    NO aftercare today

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    PEN: Educational Therapist (VIRTUAL)

    Join LDSG's upcoming panel discussion on April 24th at 6PM covering the topic of how Educational Therapists for neuro-diverse students might help improve a student's educational journey.  Our panel will feature credentialed Educational Therapists who help students at various stages of their academic journey.


    This panel will give parents of neuro-diverse students an opportunity to get a 360 view of how this tool might work for them.


    This discussion will be led by EB’s SST Coordinator  Bénédicte Cambon-Ritter.


    Panelists include licensed therapists Julie Stoner, Stephanie Scholar, and Kersten Goldsmith.


    Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/4214326448?pwd=R2JsQ2JWSFhmeks2b3RHWTRkemhhZz09
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    Eco-Elders Swap Meet

    It's time to get ready for EB's Spring Swap Meet, brought to you by the Eco-Elders!  

     
    It will be held on Tuesday, April 25 from 3:15-5:30pm in the LS Multipurpose Room.
     

    Here's how it works:
    • Take a moment over the next few weeks to go through your closets to find what you're ready to say good bye to and send off to a new home!  
    • Bring those treasures - remember all clean, in working condition and gently used - along to the meet.  We'll help organize and lay them out.
    • Join in the fun of exploring all the offerings and finding new treasures to take home!  It's all free and you don't even need to bring anything to participate.

    What you can bring:
    • Clothes (adults and children)
    • EB Spirit-wear
    • Sporting clothes and goods
    • Toys and puzzles
    • Small household and kitchen items

    Please remember:
    • Everything should be clean, in working condition and only gently used.  
    • Please limit to approximately two shopping bags worth. 
    • You may drop things off beforehand at the Lower School Multipurpose Room starting from Wednesday morning, April 24.

    Remember, you don't need to bring anything to participate so pop by regardless to check it out when you're picking up your child!
     
    Note: All items remaining after the meet will be donated to Goodwill or similar.
     
    This event is sponsored by EB's Eco-Elders in an effort to enable us to all live more sustainably. For questions or if you'd like to volunteer to help out, please contact Emma Gimon (emma@gimon.org).
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    Eco-Elders PEN

    Parent Enrichment Night, hosted by Eco-Elders PA Affinity Group

    Tuesday, April 30, 6:00 - 7:30pm
    Lower School Multi-purpose Room, or on Zoom


    Bring Your Garden to Life with California Native Plants
       with Jennifer Dirking

    Hey EB community, what’s in your garden? Do the birds and bees visiting your garden have everything they need to raise the next generation? The Eco-Elders cordially invite you to a fascinating conversation with Jennifer Dirking, a local expert in gardening with California native plants, to learn how you can: 

    • Attract more bees, butterflies, birds and other wildlife to your garden

    • Help save local species that are in decline

    • Enjoy a lush, low water landscape
    • Get your kids involved in the fun

    All parents, staff, and students G3 and above (with an adult) are welcome to attend. Refreshments and child care will be provided.
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All Are Welcome! (Anti-Discriminatory Policy)

Ecole Bilingue de Berkeley does not exclude from participation in, deny the benefits of, or subject any individual to discrimination on the basis of race, nationality, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or religion. This policy applies to all programs, services, and facilities, including applications, admissions, and employment.