Mocha Moms annual Eduction Expo

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Event Description

*A Better Chance *Basis Independent School *The Berkeley Carroll School *Blue School *The Brearly School * Brooklyn Friends School *Brooklyn Heights Montessori School *Brooklyn Waldorf School * The Browning School *The Buckley School *Calhoun School *Chapin School *Co-op School *Collegiate School *Covent of the Sacred Heart*Corlears School *FasTracKids Williamsburg *Early Steps *Ethical Culture Fieldston School *Friends Seminary *Inside Schools*International School of Brooklyn*Grace Church School *Greene Hill School *The Hewitt School *The Kew-Forest School*Little Red School House/Elizabeth Irwin High School *Manhattan Country Day School * The Nightingale-Bamford School*Packer Collegiate Institute *Poly Prep Country Day School *RIISE * Saint Ann’s School*Science Language & Arts International School *The Spence School *St. Luke’s School *Stuyvesant Heights Montessori*United Nations International School *Village Community School


Panel Discussion: How to pick the right school for your child and family?

Moderator: Gina Parker Collins, RIISE


Jacqueline Peltzer, Executive Director for Early Steps

Pamela Wheaton, Managing Editor for Inside Schools

Todd Sutler, Co-Founder and Director of Strategic Development for the Compass School


This event is presented as a Mocha Moms, Inc. – Occupy Schools Initiative.  Special thanks to Brooklyn Heights Montessori School for generously providing the space and refreshments for this event.




Date and Time

Thu, September 29, 2016

6:00 PM – 8:30 PM

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Brooklyn Heights Montessori School

185 Court Street


Brooklyn, NY

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