Happy Indigenous Peoples Day and Día De La Raza! At Masa, close to 30% of the people we serve speak an indigenous language. Today, we celebrate them and all the native people of this continent who continue to be marginalized but whose beauty, resilience, and ancestral knowledge give us light, courage, and hope! We also […]
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At Masa, we had a summer full of joy and learning in community! Our end of summer newsletter includes some exciting news about our parent organizing group, Masa Parents in Action, as well as a new women’s economic empowerment program we’ll be launching in the coming months.
Summer always goes by so fast! Our Pre-K playgroup, literacy program, robotics program, and youth program have been learning and growing all summer. See some of the Masa summer cohort in action below:
Masa’s summer program began yesterday! We’re offering two robotics courses, two literacy courses, and a youth program this summer, and we’re so excited to have gotten started! In the coming weeks, we’ll also share details for some upcoming community events geared towards families of children under 5. Stay tuned!
Better late than never — see what we’ve been working on in our most recent newsletter. May included a visit from the new DOE Chancellor, Richard Carranza; a feature in El Diario about our parent organizing group’s campaign to end race-based bullying in local schools; and gearing up for summer!
Our Spring newsletter is out! Take a look here and read about our new parenting courses, upcoming robotics programs, and more!
A dedicated group of runners will be running the NYC marathon and fundraising for Masa! Learn more about our awesome team here. We’ll be sharing more information about our runners in the coming months, but please visit our fundraising page to learn more for now!
We have several workshops and events in April — check out our calendar here!
Día del Niño (Children’s Day) is a celebration that originated in Mexico, and now is observed in many Latin American countries. Día del Niño focuses on the importance of loving, accepting and appreciating children. Come join us as we celebrate! We will be hosting activities such as early literacy, science, art, and a raffle with prizes! Saturday, April 28th […]
Pre-K Enrollment Workshop / Workshop to apply to Pre-K If your child was born in 2014 and resides in the following area codes:10454, 10459, 10474, 10032, 10033, 10040 Would like to enroll them in school for September 2018? We can help! When: Saturday, February 10, 2018 from 10:00 am-12:00 pm Where: Tlanezcalli Community Center: 2770 Third […]
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