Special events the whole family can learn from.
Free and open to the public
Won't You Be My Neighbor?
Wednesday, February 13th, 6:30pm
Please choose one of the following:
__ Fred Rogers created a beloved television show
__ Fred Rogers recognized how a new technology could change the world for the better
__ Fred Rogers was a fierce advocate for young people and a defender of childhood
__ Fred Rogers understood that children cared deeply about fairness, inclusivity, and diversity
__ Fred Rogers saw that it was possible - and important - to speak directly with children about weighty topics
__ All of the above
There's a lot to admire about Fred Rogers, and there are many connections between his life's work and the work of the Gordon School.
Please join Gordon for a screening of the acclaimed documentary, Won't You Be My Neighbor, to be followed by a facilitated conversation, Wednesday, February 13th at 6:30pm
The screening is free of charge and open to the public, through arrangement with the film's producers and the National Association of Independent Schools.
The film is 94 minutes, and recommended for ages ten and up. Gordon will not be able to provide child care for this event, and any young people need to be accompanied by an adult.
Your RSVPs, below, are crucial to planning an amazing event for all.