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February 2023

  • Feb
    1

    DAY 8

  • Feb
    2

    DAY 9

  • Middle School Basketball

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    K-F - Gym - GYM
    Basketball Middle School Boys vs Brooklyn Waldorf
  • TEAK On Campus

  • Feb
    3
  • DAY 10

  • Jagwear Friday

  • Middle School Dance


    Organizer: M. Vessio
    Location:   MS/US Library
  • Feb
    4
  • Feb
    5
  • WEEK A

  • Feb
    6

    DAY 1

  • PS-12 Kew-Forest Winter Coat Drive


    The Winter Coat Drive supports migrants who have been displaced in New York. All coats  will be donated to Catholic Charities St. Nicolas Project*
    • Please donate new and gently used coats
    • Coats should be dropped off in the Main Entrance Rotunda
    Middle and Upper School students:
    For every five coats you donate, you will earn one hour of community service credit.  Please submit your donation through MobileServe. For verification purposes, you must bag the coats you donate and label the bag with your first and last name.

    Middle and Upper School students can also earn community service hours in exchange for helping sort the coats. Interested students should email Ms. Vessio at mvessio@kewforest.org and copy communityservice@kewforest.org.

    *ABOUT THE ST. NICHOLAS PROJECT
    The St. Nicholas Project is a year-round initiative to help the most vulnerable in New York City and neighboring communities by providing support to individuals and families through donations of essential items and connecting them to much needed services. In addition to providing food, emergency cash assistance, and case management support throughout the year, we distribute winter coats, hats, gloves, scarves, sweaters, blankets, and more to those who otherwise would go without during the cold winter months.
     
  • Feb
    7

    PS-12 Kew-Forest Winter Coat Drive


    The Winter Coat Drive supports migrants who have been displaced in New York. All coats  will be donated to Catholic Charities St. Nicolas Project*
    • Please donate new and gently used coats
    • Coats should be dropped off in the Main Entrance Rotunda
    Middle and Upper School students:
    For every five coats you donate, you will earn one hour of community service credit.  Please submit your donation through MobileServe. For verification purposes, you must bag the coats you donate and label the bag with your first and last name.

    Middle and Upper School students can also earn community service hours in exchange for helping sort the coats. Interested students should email Ms. Vessio at mvessio@kewforest.org and copy communityservice@kewforest.org.

    *ABOUT THE ST. NICHOLAS PROJECT
    The St. Nicholas Project is a year-round initiative to help the most vulnerable in New York City and neighboring communities by providing support to individuals and families through donations of essential items and connecting them to much needed services. In addition to providing food, emergency cash assistance, and case management support throughout the year, we distribute winter coats, hats, gloves, scarves, sweaters, blankets, and more to those who otherwise would go without during the cold winter months.
     
  • DAY 2

  • TEAK On Campus

  • Feb
    8

    PS-12 Kew-Forest Winter Coat Drive


    The Winter Coat Drive supports migrants who have been displaced in New York. All coats  will be donated to Catholic Charities St. Nicolas Project*
    • Please donate new and gently used coats
    • Coats should be dropped off in the Main Entrance Rotunda
    Middle and Upper School students:
    For every five coats you donate, you will earn one hour of community service credit.  Please submit your donation through MobileServe. For verification purposes, you must bag the coats you donate and label the bag with your first and last name.

    Middle and Upper School students can also earn community service hours in exchange for helping sort the coats. Interested students should email Ms. Vessio at mvessio@kewforest.org and copy communityservice@kewforest.org.

    *ABOUT THE ST. NICHOLAS PROJECT
    The St. Nicholas Project is a year-round initiative to help the most vulnerable in New York City and neighboring communities by providing support to individuals and families through donations of essential items and connecting them to much needed services. In addition to providing food, emergency cash assistance, and case management support throughout the year, we distribute winter coats, hats, gloves, scarves, sweaters, blankets, and more to those who otherwise would go without during the cold winter months.
     
  • DAY 3

  • Girls Varsity Basketball

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    Basketball Varsity Girls vs Waldorf School
  • Virtual Office Hours with Ms. Trotter


    This agenda-less gathering is an opportunity for families to share feedback and ask questions in a group setting with the Interim Head of School. Zoom meeting instructions will be sent to all parents the day before the gathering. No RSVP required.
  • Feb
    9

    PS-12 Kew-Forest Winter Coat Drive


    The Winter Coat Drive supports migrants who have been displaced in New York. All coats  will be donated to Catholic Charities St. Nicolas Project*
    • Please donate new and gently used coats
    • Coats should be dropped off in the Main Entrance Rotunda
    Middle and Upper School students:
    For every five coats you donate, you will earn one hour of community service credit.  Please submit your donation through MobileServe. For verification purposes, you must bag the coats you donate and label the bag with your first and last name.

    Middle and Upper School students can also earn community service hours in exchange for helping sort the coats. Interested students should email Ms. Vessio at mvessio@kewforest.org and copy communityservice@kewforest.org.

    *ABOUT THE ST. NICHOLAS PROJECT
    The St. Nicholas Project is a year-round initiative to help the most vulnerable in New York City and neighboring communities by providing support to individuals and families through donations of essential items and connecting them to much needed services. In addition to providing food, emergency cash assistance, and case management support throughout the year, we distribute winter coats, hats, gloves, scarves, sweaters, blankets, and more to those who otherwise would go without during the cold winter months.
     
  • DAY 4

  • Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • KFPA General Meeting

  • TEAK On Campus

  • Feb
    10

    PS-12 Kew-Forest Winter Coat Drive


    The Winter Coat Drive supports migrants who have been displaced in New York. All coats  will be donated to Catholic Charities St. Nicolas Project*
    • Please donate new and gently used coats
    • Coats should be dropped off in the Main Entrance Rotunda
    Middle and Upper School students:
    For every five coats you donate, you will earn one hour of community service credit.  Please submit your donation through MobileServe. For verification purposes, you must bag the coats you donate and label the bag with your first and last name.

    Middle and Upper School students can also earn community service hours in exchange for helping sort the coats. Interested students should email Ms. Vessio at mvessio@kewforest.org and copy communityservice@kewforest.org.

    *ABOUT THE ST. NICHOLAS PROJECT
    The St. Nicholas Project is a year-round initiative to help the most vulnerable in New York City and neighboring communities by providing support to individuals and families through donations of essential items and connecting them to much needed services. In addition to providing food, emergency cash assistance, and case management support throughout the year, we distribute winter coats, hats, gloves, scarves, sweaters, blankets, and more to those who otherwise would go without during the cold winter months.
     
  • Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • DAY 5

  • Girls Varsity Basketball

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    K-F - Gym - GYM
    Basketball Varsity Girls vs Portledge School
  • Deadline to Complete Spring 2023 PS - Grade 6 Mini-Course Parent Interest Form


    Attn: Parents of PS - Grade 6 Students:

    We’d love your input as we plan another session of mini-courses.  To share ideas and suggestions, please fill out the Spring 2023 Mini-Course Parent Interest Form by end of day today.
  • Feb
    11

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • Feb
    12

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • WEEK B

  • Feb
    13

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • DAY 6

  • Kew-Forest Winter Coat Drive


    The Winter Coat Drive supports migrants who have been displaced in New York. All coats  will be donated to Catholic Charities St. Nicolas Project*
    • Please donate new and gently used coats
    • Coats should be dropped off in the Main Entrance Rotunda
    Middle and Upper School students:
    For every five coats you donate, you will earn one hour of community service credit.  Please submit your donation through MobileServe. For verification purposes, you must bag the coats you donate and label the bag with your first and last name.

    Middle and Upper School students can also earn community service hours in exchange for helping sort the coats. Interested students should email Ms. Vessio at mvessio@kewforest.org and copy communityservice@kewforest.org.

    *ABOUT THE ST. NICHOLAS PROJECT
    The St. Nicholas Project is a year-round initiative to help the most vulnerable in New York City and neighboring communities by providing support to individuals and families through donations of essential items and connecting them to much needed services. In addition to providing food, emergency cash assistance, and case management support throughout the year, we distribute winter coats, hats, gloves, scarves, sweaters, blankets, and more to those who otherwise would go without during the cold winter months.
     
  • Board Recruitment Meeting for Interested Kew-Forest Parents


    To learn more and RSVP, please click here.
  • Feb
    14

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • Kew-Forest Winter Coat Drive


    The Winter Coat Drive supports migrants who have been displaced in New York. All coats  will be donated to Catholic Charities St. Nicolas Project*
    • Please donate new and gently used coats
    • Coats should be dropped off in the Main Entrance Rotunda
    Middle and Upper School students:
    For every five coats you donate, you will earn one hour of community service credit.  Please submit your donation through MobileServe. For verification purposes, you must bag the coats you donate and label the bag with your first and last name.

    Middle and Upper School students can also earn community service hours in exchange for helping sort the coats. Interested students should email Ms. Vessio at mvessio@kewforest.org and copy communityservice@kewforest.org.

    *ABOUT THE ST. NICHOLAS PROJECT
    The St. Nicholas Project is a year-round initiative to help the most vulnerable in New York City and neighboring communities by providing support to individuals and families through donations of essential items and connecting them to much needed services. In addition to providing food, emergency cash assistance, and case management support throughout the year, we distribute winter coats, hats, gloves, scarves, sweaters, blankets, and more to those who otherwise would go without during the cold winter months.
     
  • DAY 7

  • TEAK On Campus

  • Kew-Forest Regular Board Meeting (Virtual)

  • Feb
    15

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • Kew-Forest Winter Coat Drive


    The Winter Coat Drive supports migrants who have been displaced in New York. All coats  will be donated to Catholic Charities St. Nicolas Project*
    • Please donate new and gently used coats
    • Coats should be dropped off in the Main Entrance Rotunda
    Middle and Upper School students:
    For every five coats you donate, you will earn one hour of community service credit.  Please submit your donation through MobileServe. For verification purposes, you must bag the coats you donate and label the bag with your first and last name.

    Middle and Upper School students can also earn community service hours in exchange for helping sort the coats. Interested students should email Ms. Vessio at mvessio@kewforest.org and copy communityservice@kewforest.org.

    *ABOUT THE ST. NICHOLAS PROJECT
    The St. Nicholas Project is a year-round initiative to help the most vulnerable in New York City and neighboring communities by providing support to individuals and families through donations of essential items and connecting them to much needed services. In addition to providing food, emergency cash assistance, and case management support throughout the year, we distribute winter coats, hats, gloves, scarves, sweaters, blankets, and more to those who otherwise would go without during the cold winter months.
     
  • DAY 8

  • Deadline for US Students to Apply for HSF Scholar Program


    HSF empowers families with the knowledge and resources to successfully complete a higher education, while providing scholarships and support services to as many exceptional students as possible.

    Founded in 1975, HSF has awarded over $708 million in scholarships. HSF Scholars have access to valuable Scholar Support Services and, as funding permits, scholarships ranging from $500 to $5,000. Every year, HSF selects 10,000 outstanding students as HSF Scholars from a broad and talented pool of applicants. HSF Scholars have access to a full range of Scholar Support Services, including career services, mentorship, leadership development, knowledge building, and wellness training. Finally, and importantly, HSF awards more than $30 million in scholarships annually and, depending upon available funds, HSF Scholars may also be eligible to receive a scholarship, which ranges from $500-$5,000 and awarded directly to students.

    The deadline to apply is 5:00 pm today. No essays, recommendations, or document uploads are required in Phase I of the process. To get started, visit HSF.net and log into or create your myHSF profile to access the HSF Scholar Program Application. Eligibility requirements:

    • Must be of Hispanic heritage;
    • U.S. citizen, permanent legal resident, or DACA;
    • Minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for high school students; minimum of 2.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent) for college and graduate students;
    • Plan to enroll full-time in an accredited, public or not-for-profit, four-year university, or graduate school, in the U.S., for the 2023-2024 academic year;
    • Submit the FAFSA or state-based financial aid forms (if applicable).
  • Feb
    16

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • DAY 9

  • TEAK On Campus

  • Feb
    17

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • DAY 10

  • Upper School Play Auditions: Calling all Artists!


    Organizer: A. Johnson
    Venue: Upper School Library

    Upper School students are invited to audition for the annual school play. This year's performance will be William Shakespeare’s The Tempest.

    Students who cannot attend the auditions, please email Ms. Johnson (ajohnson@kewforest.org).
  • Feb
    18

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • Feb
    19

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • WEEK A

  • Feb
    20

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • NO SCHOOL (Presidents’ Day)

  • Feb
    21

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • NO SCHOOL (Presidents’ Day)

  • TEAK On Campus

  • Virtual Alumni Council Meeting

  • Feb
    22

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • Virtual Office Hours with Ms. Trotter


    This agenda-less gathering is an opportunity for families to share feedback and ask questions in a group setting with the Interim Head of School. Zoom meeting instructions will be sent to all parents the day before the gathering. No RSVP required.
  • Feb
    23

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
  • School Resumes

  • DAY 4

  • TEAK On Campus

  • Feb
    24

    Lands' End Uniform Sale


    For more details, please click here.
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    26

    WEEK B

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    27

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    28

    DAY 7

  • TEAK On Campus

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The Kew-Forest School

119-17 Union Turnpike
Forest Hills, NY 11375
(718) 268-4667
The oldest independent school in the borough of Queens, The Kew-Forest School is an independent co-educational, college preparatory school for students in Preschool through Grade 12.