Families are made of love: Celebrating our Wonderful Diversity
In 2015, the Faculty/Staff Diversity Committee envisioned and launched an initiative to show the spectrum of families at Far Brook: large families, small families, those with two parents or one, two moms or two dads, families blended through marriage, formed through adoption, and all other expressions. Through the Family Photo Project, the racial and cultural diversity among and within families was also made visible, each unique configuration reinforcing our understanding that families are made of people who love and care for one another.
Families are made of love.
Over time, students graduate, families grow, and relocations change the fabric of the school. To celebrate the beautiful mosaic that is our current community, we are once again creating the Family Photo Project. Each family is a vital part of the Far Brook story, and we hope all can participate in this visual representation of Far Brook 2018-2019!
On February 1, we will gather for the big reveal in Moore Hall, which will be transformed into portrait gallery. In addition to the "gallery walk," this adults-only evening event will feature potluck food and refreshments, music by Far Brook parents and Broadway veterans Janeece and Dwayne Clark, and a chance to share your reactions on the gallery reflection wall.
We would like to thank Argent Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning for helping to underwrite this wonderful community event.