May 2019
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  • 6:00p Junior College Fair (Theatre presentation 6:05pm Classroom visits 6:30pm - no early entrance.)
    Junior College Fair
    Thu, May 2 , 6:00pm - 8:00pm
    Theatre presentation 6:05pm Classroom visits 6:30pm - no early entrance.
    Stuyvesant High School’s annual college fair will take place on the evening of Thursday, May 2nd. The College Fair is open to families of Juniors ONLY. Learn about a host of institutions from across the US, and several institutions from Canada, England, and Scotland, and connect with representatives.
    Please consider the following:
     The doors will open just before 6pm
     The event will begin at 6:05pm with a brief presentation in the theater for junior parents.
     Students/parents will not be permitted to gather outside of classrooms or the library prior to 6:30pm.
     The evening will split into five sessions; if a college or university session is too crowded, visit another institution and return for a later session.
     The list of attending colleges and program for the evening can be found at the link.
  • 4:00p Bengali Parent Outreach Meeting - Queens location (Khan's Tutorial, Jackson Heights, Queens)
    Bengali Parent Outreach Meeting - Queens location
    Sat, May 4 , 4:00pm - 6:00pm
    Khan's Tutorial, Jackson Heights, Queens
    Stuyvesant will host a Parent Meeting for Bengali-speaking Families on Saturday, May 4th at 4pm in Jackson Heights, Queens! Space is LIMITED and available on a first come, first served basis to parent/guardians that RESPOND to the GOOGLE FORM by April 30th. See the full details and directions on the form.
    This workshop will discuss Understanding the College Application Process and discuss Advanced Placement Courses and Stuyvesant's Course Sequencing as well as How to Help your Child Succeed.
    Khan's Tutorial has graciously partnered with us for this event and we are most grateful to Dr. Ivan Khan for his hospitality and guidance. Principal, Contreras, Assistant Principal, Ms. Pedrick as well as other members of our staff will join me in welcoming our Bengali parents and guardians at this NEW Outreach event! We hope you will join us.
    Bengali translation will be provided as well as refreshments.
  • Talking Circle Around Race - Student Meeting (Library)
    Talking Circle Around Race - Student Meeting
    Mon, May 6
    Join us for our 2nd monthly Talking Circle Around Race in the library on Monday, May 6th at 3:45pm.
    Stuyvesant BSL (Black Students League), ASPIRA, and the School Counseling Department will host. Subsequent meetings will be held the first Monday of every month.
    Talking circles, peacemaking circles, or healing circles, as they are variously called, are deeply rooted in the traditional practices of indigenous people. In North America, they are widely used among the First Nations people of Canada and among the many tribes of Native Americans in the US. Healing circles take a variety of forms, but most basically, members sit in a circle to consider a problem or a question. The circle starts with breathing exercises, a series of stretches, and/or a thought-provoking quote. A talking stick is held by the person who speaks (other objects may also be used, including feathers and fans). When that person is finished speaking, the talking stick is passed to the left (clockwise around the circle). Only the person holding the stick may speak. All others respectfully listen. The circle is complete when the stick passes around the circle one complete time without anyone speaking out of turn. The talking circle prevents reactive communication and directly responsive communication, and it fosters deeper listening and reflection in conversation.
  • 3:00p 50 Year Celebration of Co-Education at Stuyvesant - First Women of Stuy (Theatre)
    50 Year Celebration of Co-Education at Stuyvesant - First Women of Stuy
    Fri, May 10 , 3:00pm - 5:00pm
    Stuyvesant is celebrating 50 years of Co-Education with the First Women of Stuyvesant! Friday, May 10th, period 10 (2:54pm to 5pm). Stuyvesant’s Feminist’s Association has partnered with members of the Alumni Association to welcome back some of the very first women who were of the class of ’72. Dr. Evelyn Horn, Ms. Suzanne Rose Shapiro, and Ms. Abby Sheck will be present and speak about their time the first girls to enter Stuyvesant and current careers. There will be a Q&A as well. Join us as we honor women of Stuyvesant past and present! Seniors, Leah Rosenthal and Alexandra Lennard of StuyFem will serve as student moderators. Program details will be provided after the break. Alice de Rivera spearheaded the fight attend the then “all boys” Stuyvesant High School in 1969. Refresh your memory of her story with the recent article in The New Yorker linked. Special thanks to Alumni, Michael Hartig ’72 and Hal Diamond ’78, for their coordination and support of this event!

  • 6:00p CUNY Night at Stuy (Theater)
    CUNY Night at Stuy
    Wed, May 15 , 6:00pm - 7:30pm
    The College office presents its Annual CUNY Night at Stuy. This event features admissions reps from both CUNY and Macaulay Honors College, along with a CUNY student panel. The event will be open to students and parents grades 9-11 and is usually attended by about 100-150 guests. Translation will be provided in Chinese.
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