Take the Kindness Challenge

Montclair Cooperative School, Montclair Film and Partners for Health invite you to celebrate compassion through a series of films, challenges and events that raise awareness and encourage compassion, empathy, and kindness.   Throughout the month of April, students are encouraged to perform and post acts of kindness to #MFKindnessChallenge -  and encourage others to do the same!  These can be simple acts like walking a neighbor's dog, volunteering at a food pantry, or simply writing a nice note to a friend or family member. One good deed can create a domino effect and improve the days of dozens of people!   [...]

2019-04-08T08:30:20-04:00April 8th, 2019|

2019 Co-op Community Benefit

The Co-op Community Benefit is the single largest fundraising event for the Co-op! Please join us in the spirit of cooperative giving for a night of community, fun, and good food. As you know, tuition does not cover the cost of a Co-op education in its entirety. We rely on your generosity to enhance the wide range of programs we offer to our students and faculty. Tickets for the event are available NOW on our event website at montclaircoop.org/benefit2019 We look forward to seeing you on April 13th.

2019-02-07T12:33:36-04:00February 8th, 2019|

Parent Ed – Lifelong Learners Series Presents…

Max Stossel, an award-winning poet, and filmmaker, named by Forbes as one of the best storytellers of the year will comes to the Co-op on Wednesday, March 13, 2019.  Save the date! Max Stossel is also the Head of Education for the Center for Humane Technology, an organization of former tech insiders and CEOs dedicated to realigning technology with humanity's best interests. He is coming to the Co-op to offer us support as 21st-century parents facing the challenges of technology. To reserve your place, order tickets using the form below or at montclaircoop.org/parentedtickets

2019-02-15T12:52:15-04:00February 6th, 2019|

Co-op Collects for Victims of Walnut St. Fire

Co-op families are collecting donations of clothing for the victims of a terrible house fire that broke out on Thursday, November 15, on the corner of Walnut and Valley Roads. The home was occupied by 10 tenants, including an 8-year-old boy.  No-one was hurt but the fire consumed the entire home, and all the occupants' personal belongings were destroyed.  Containers have been set up at the school to collect donations of: Socks, underwear, t-shirts in sizes Men's L and XL,  Women's small,  and children's clothes for the 8-year-old boy. Work clothes size L and XL for men Toiletries and gift [...]

2018-11-19T10:59:00-04:00November 19th, 2018|
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