On December 4, TPS hosted the 2nd Annual African American Family Affinity Dinner. About thirty-five people gathered to build community, construct a greater sense of belonging, share stories, and network with different families.
The night was guided by a light program that featured a welcome from Head of School Lisa Sun and from Division Directors Erin Gordon and Yves Kabore. Dinner conversation was infused with prompts to generate conversation around experiences as TPS community members. Attendees felt the energy and excitement in the room, and they appreciated the opportunity to gather.
TPS is dedicated to hosting a wide-range of interest groups and events for parents and families to meet, socialize, and form relationships. As a result of the African American Family Affinity Dinner, attendees were inspired to create a Black Parent’s group that will plan events that promote community.