MLK Family Night
Our Marin Horizon MLK Family Night is this Friday, January 22 at 5:00 p.m.! This
year's virtual event will focus on community-building and service, in honor of the late Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr.
Although we are not able to gather in person this year, let’s come together as a
community to celebrate everyone’s unique heritage as we watch Primary teacher
Chandi make her delectable Sri Lankan samosas! Even if you have no intention of
attempting to make this dish, come for the show and for Chandi's unique stories of life in
We will also celebrate our community's commitment to service as we focus on
volunteerism. As stated by Dr. King, “Life's most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?” On Friday evening, we will talk about the importance and
significance of volunteerism, and we will share opportunities in our local communities for
everyone to participate in this selfless act. *If there is a service organization that you
are affiliated with, interested in, or are otherwise familiar with, please share!
There will be time during the program to speak about an organization that is
meaningful to you, or please tell Jennifer (firstname.lastname@example.org
) in advance so
we can include you in the program agenda.Please RSVP for MLK Family Night hereZoom Link HereClick here for Chandi's recipes
See you on Friday!Marin County Office of Education Sponsors Madeline Levine
Tuesday, January 26 and Tuesday, February 23, 5:00-6:30pm
Psychologist, educator, co-founder of The Stanford Graduate School of
Education's Challenge Success, and New Your Times Best Selling author,
Madeline Levine will discuss her most recent book, Ready or Not: Preparing OurKids to Thrive in an Uncertain World
. Learn more and register here