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SI Town Hall Jan. 24

You are invited to an SI Town Hall event, being held for current SI students, parents/guardians, and faculty/staff to learn about the recent racist incidents that have heavily impacted and fractured our community and the action taken by the SI Administration. The Town Hall will be on Monday, Jan. 24, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. on Zoom. You must register in advance to attend this event; attendance is limited to 3,000.

This Town Hall is our opportunity for all of us to come together to listen to the experiences of those who have been the most impacted by racism within our community and to better understand our individual and collective responsibility in making SI a safe, loving, just, and inclusive place for all.

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School Update from Principal Levine


The LatinXcellence ShowcaseLatin@s Reunid@s, is happening this weekend, in person and online. This year’s theme reflects our coming together again, reunited as a big welcoming family. Please join us in celebrating the diversity of our Latin American cultures through student performances along with an assortment of desserts and beverages. Find out more and register here.

Women’s History Month is upon us. Celebrating women’s legacies of leadership and strength, as well as advocating for gender parity, means challenging inequality, calling out bias, questioning stereotypes, and helping to forge an inclusive world. As we highlight and celebrate the immeasurable contributions that women have made, it is critical that we also seek to learn more about the women that have been erased from history. 

You Are Invited
On Monday, March 22, 2021, at 6 p.m., the Magis Center for Equity and Inclusion and AALPA (African American and Latino Parents Association) invite you to a conversation and Q&A with Anna Malaika Tubbs, author of "The Three Mothers: How the Mothers of Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, and James Baldwin Shaped a Nation." "The Three Mothers" fights the erasure of Black motherhood by highlighting the extraordinary lives of Alberta King, Louise Little, and Berdis Baldwin, provides a historical perspective of the dehumanization and violence that impacted their lives, and gives them the recognition they deserve in raising three extraordinary men that shaped our nation.

Find out more and get the link to this Zoom event.

Annual Crab Feed

Feb. 5 - More info & tickets

Fashion Show

Jan. 29 & 30


March 5

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Who Needs School is a podcast that explores the future of education through a series of conversations with notable guests and big thinkers. 

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The show is produced and hosted by Joe Vollert, SI Vice President of Advancement.



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