Community Resources

Parent Committees

The Church of the Epiphany Day School has an active and devoted parent body. We welcome parent involvement and there are many ways for you to become an active participant in your child’s school experience. In addition to visits to the classroom or volunteering at school events, parents can play a larger role in the daily life of the school by joining one or more of our Parent Committees. CEDS Parent Committees are composed of parent, grandparent, or caregiver volunteers who are committed to supporting the school through the donation of their time or resources. Parents, grandparents, and caregivers are invited to participate in the areas where they feel they can contribute most.

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Library Committee

Responsible for organizing the library books, reshelving books and general maintenance. The Library Committee also helps run an annual book fair and brainstorms about ways to improve the library so it is best serving our community.

Garden Committee

Responsible for caring for and maintaining the plant-life, materials, and organization of our outdoor garden. Responsibilities include organization of the tool shed, weeding, planting, harvesting vegetables, sweeping, watering, raking, seasonal preparations and occasional planned activities for the children centered around gardening.

Events Committee

Responsible for organizing both on and off-campus social opportunities for parents and children, working with the teachers to get parents involved in curriculum related projects and participating in annual community events- Halloween Party, CEDS FEST, Family Potlucks, …

Spring Auction Fundraiser

Responsible for the organization, planning and execution of our annual fundraising event in late April. The Auction Chair heads up this project along with the sub-committee and the administration.

Community Service Committee

Every year the school does service work to benefit neighboring organizations. The community service chair, along with the support of the sub-committee, organizes a variety of projects or events which typically involve something the children can directly be a part of.

School Resources

Learning During Covid

ERP-Recommended Children’s Books Related to COVID-19 Experience

Bank Street College's Emotionally Responsive Practice

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Learning During Covid

Handout for Parents on Children’s Reactions to COVID-19 (PDF)

Handout for Parents on Children’s Reactions to COVID-19 (PDF)

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Anti-Bias Education

ERP-Recommended Children’s Books Related to Identity, Race, and Social Justice

ERP-Recommended Children’s Books Related to Identity, Race, and Social Justice

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Anti-Bias Education

Children Are Not Colorblind Article

There is a myth in popular culture that young children are “colorblind” or don’t notice race. By this logic, children are “blank slates” who cannot develop racial prejudices until they are explicitly taught to do so.

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Anti-Bias Education

Difficult Conversations, Anti-bias Curriculum & the CEDS Approach

As children experience and witness life, it is our professional responsibility to help them make sense of their world in an age-appropriate way that keeps them feeling safe, but does not promote ignorance.

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Kamala Harris writes a letter to CEDS!

The children of CEDS got a first hand look this week about how effective it can be to write to your elected representatives!

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Check out the newest Learning Space at CEDS. 

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Teacher Feature

Welcome to the CEDS teaching team Hannah!

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