It’s so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so important to fill out the Census, and here are University Settlement Adult Literacy Program students Lifen Wu (aka Stephanie) and Si En Wen (aka Wilson) to tell you why.
In case you missed last week’s performance by The Square, who are University Settlement Performance Project Artists-in-Residence, here’s a video of it. Keep an eye out for Adult Literacy Program student Jose (AKA Waldo) who talks about his life in New York and his nose, and shares some of his photos!
Here’s a nice video for you about the history of fireworks. After you watch it a couple times, take the quiz to test your understanding!
Last but not least, our evening teachers, office staff, and counselors would like to say a few words to our evening students!
Congratulations to Daytime Students of 2020! It’s been been quite a year! Here are our daytime staff members with a special message – and below you can see who speaks when in the video:
0:00 – Hello from Leanne, our Program Associate
0:19 – Jon, Assistant Director
1:12 – Mayra, Literacy Zone Coordinator
1:47 – Lucian, Director
3:49 – Chris, Counselor
4:42 – Jinhee, Program Coordinator
5:04 – Naima, 0A & 0P Teacher
6:33 – Faye, Counselor
7:01 – Joe, 3A & 3P Teacher
8:05 – Simon, 2A & 2P Teacher
8:46 – Wendy, Culture Club Teacher
9:49 – Dehbia, 1B & 1C Teacher
10:33 – Sunjoo, 1A & 1P Teacher
11:35 – Benson, Counselor
12:09 – Hans, CCR-A & CCR-P Teacher
13:02 – 👋🏼 Bye-bye!
Our weekend teachers, office staff, counselors, and administrators have put together a video for our students marking the end of the school year and thanking them for their hard work and patience. See you (hopefully face to face) in September! But if you’re taking a summer elective class see you in July!
Here’s a video for you explaining systemic racism. You might need to watch it more than once – and if you need to slow it down, remember you can change the Playback Speed when you click on the Settings icon. In the Settings there are also subtitles in Spanish and Japanese, and you can click here to watch a version with Chinese subtitles. After you watch, take the quiz to test your understanding!