Brotherhood Celebration
Thu, Feb 16 8:30am-12:00pm
PS 20 The Clinton Hill School
1 day before

The Brotherhood Dinner at PS20 was started almost 20 years ago during Black History Month to promote family, unity, community, and to celebrate the African diaspora. By sitting down together at the table for a shared meal, the Brotherhood Dinner honors the diversity of our community and helps us to understand each other better as we work on achieving the same goals for all of our children.

This year, classes will be sharing their tributes to Black History and Brotherhood through performances, class presentations, poems and visual art as a Brotherhood Celebration during the day. Parents are invited to join classroom presentations as well as share food and company in the Cafeteria.

Tentative program and RSVP here: 

Keeping with PS20 Brotherhood tradition, we plan to break bread and share a meal - this year breakfast - to help bring our community together and build bridges across our diverse community.  We are asking families to bring food to share with the PS 20 community.  If are able to contribute food, we will have volunteers onsite to receive food donations at the main school entrance on Adelphi and will be setting up the food in the cafeteria.

Please consider donating food and/or volunteering with us to help support this wonderful PS 20 tradition. We’ll be sharing a volunteer sign-up sheet on Konstella separately. If you have any questions, feel free to email!