Keeping Up With Cooke – Standing for Equality!

Cooke is committed to addressing the long-term systemic issues of unspeakable racist and violent actions that have brought about this current crisis. We recognize that times like these spark tough questions and very uncomfortable conversations, but now is the time to have those discussions and take actions that can move us to change. #welovecooke 💛💚💙

Earlier this year, Cooke committed to a two-year partnership with Bank Street’s Center on Culture, Race, and Equity (CCRE) to begin a process of examining Cooke’s beliefs, behaviors and practices, so that our students and staff, of all backgrounds, have optimal opportunities to grow and thrive. Cooke staff and faculty has begun to participate in workshop sessions, facilitated by CCRE, and grounded in culturally responsive-sustaining practices and designed with a racial equity lens.  We will continue to work for change and advocacy for our students, our communities and our city.

SCIENCE: INSECTS AND POLLINATORS

ADAPTIVE SKILLS: LEARNING ABOUT LEISURE

DRAMA THERAPY WITH MR. STEVENS

PROTECTING OURSELVES AND EACH OTHER

Face masks are an effective tool utilized for preventing the spread of disease and germs. If someone talks, coughs, or sneezes and has symptoms of cold, flu, COVID-19 (coronavirus) or other viruses and infection, they may release tiny drops into the air that can infect others. If a face mask is worn, it can reduce the number of germs released into the air and can protect other people from becoming sick.  The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), advises the general public to wear cloth face coverings to prevent the spread of disease.

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