At CEE, we come together to foster learning and inclusion, build community, and have fun. View our upcoming events below.
Please join Math Specialist Janet Lee for two Parent Ed sessions on finding the balance between accuracy, efficiency, and flexibility, learning conversation starters to promote fluency, and playing games that promote reasoning and language.
Two sessions will be held:
Friday, January 11, 2019 (Addition & Subtraction)
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 (Multiplication & Division)
Both sessions will be held from 8:45-9:45 AM in The Eisner Board Room.
After School Day of Service
Thursday, January 17
We’re celebrating MLK and his legacy of community involvement with an afternoon of projects benefiting local organizations who really need and appreciate our support. All EC-C6 students are welcome to attend, but sign ups are required.
Wednesday, January 23
Innosanto Nagara is the award-winning author of A is for Activist and Counting on Community. His third book, My Night in the Planetarium, is a picture book about "the art of resistance” and he recently released The Wedding Portrait: The Story of a Photograph and Why Sometimes we Break the Rules. Innosanto Nagara’s social justice-themed books are beautifully designed to inform students of all ages.
Dr. Allison Briscoe-Smith
Tuesday, February 26
Dr. Allison Briscoe-Smith is a clinical psychologist, professor and consultant in the Bay Area whose research has focused on trauma/PTSD and how children understand race.
Dr. Briscoe-Smith will explore how to discuss race with your children, encouraging us to move beyond ‘colorblindness’ to nuture openness, acceptance and resilience in the face of social injustice.
Margaret Peterson Haddix
Friday, March 8
Our 6th grade students will be reading the award-winning book, The First Rule of Punk, by Celia Perez in their language arts classroom this fall. During Celia’s visit to CEE, she will engage our oldest students with a zine workshop in our Innovation Center.
Friday, March 19
Roda Ahmed was born in Hargeisa, Somalia and moved to Norway with her family and seven siblings. Ahmed was a regular columnist for the Norwegian National newspaper, Dagsavisen, and released her first children’s book, Mae Among the Stars, in 2018. Mae Among the Stars is inspired by the story of Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman to travel into space.
Janne Kyttanen is a digital sculptor creating multidisciplinary work at the intersection of 3D printing, virtual & augmented reality. Kyttanen’s work has been featured in TIME Magazine’s ‘Design 100’, the people and ideas behind the world’s most influential design. He is best known for his revolutionary work with 3D printing and is considered to be one of the most influential artist designers of his generation. Janne currently resides between his two studios in Amsterdam and Los Angeles.
How has 3D printing changed since its inception over 30 years ago? What are some of the latest methods and projects coming out of this exciting area? World-renowned digital sculptor, Janne Kyttanen, will share his approach to his work as well as some of his latest projects with students.
Saturday, March 9
Join us on Saturday, March 9, 2019 for the CEE Gala!
William Stixrud, Ph. D.
Date TBA Early May
William R. Stixrud is a clinical neuropsychologist who has been in private practice since 1985. He is also a member of the Adjunct Faculty of the Children’s National Medical Center, and he holds a faculty appointment as Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the George Washington School of Medicine. He will share insights from his recent book, The Self Driven Child, which outlines a case for giving children more freedom to unleash their full potential.