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  • Save the Date! Commencement & Moving Up Ceremonies

    We are pleased to share that The Bush School is planning to hold in-person events this June to celebrate our students completing their time in each division. If conditions allow, we will host in-person the Class of 2021 Commencement as well as the Fifth and Eighth Grade Moving Up Ceremonies. Listed below are the dates, times, and locations for these events. More specific event information will be forthcoming.
     
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  • Parent University: Parenting to Embrace Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    Join The Bush School and Monique Marshall for the fifth installment of our virtual Parent University series, Parenting to Embrace Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, on Wednesday, April 21 at 5:30 p.m.

    Learn how to raise the next generation to be more culturally competent and confident than many adults are. Monique will invite us to think about how we were brought up and offer a healthy and more holistic approach to raising our children. This interactive workshop is designed to invite dialogue and offer a framework for equity and inclusion work at home and in school.

    Registration is required, but tickets are free and available to the entire Seattle parent community. Click https://bit.ly/31iX9Ix to register. We look forward to seeing you for this important discussion on Wednesday, April 21.
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  • NEW DATE! Join the Head of School Book Club – Caste by Isabel Wilkerson

    Need more time to finish reading Caste? We have moved the date of the Head of School Book Club to Tuesday, April 20 in order to give people more time to finish the book and join Head of School Percy L. Abram for a discussion about this important work. 

    Tuesday, April 20
    6:00 p.m.

    Caste invites us to discover the inner workings of an American hierarchy that goes far beyond the confines of race, class, or gender. Poetically written and brilliantly researched, Wilkerson rigorously defines eight pillars that underlie caste systems across civilizations, including divine will, heredity, and dehumanization. She documents the parallels with two other hierarchies in history, those of India and of Nazi Germany, and no reader will be left without a greater understanding of the price we all pay in a society torn by artificial divisions.
     
    We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday, April 20 for this event. Click here to register. 
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