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This practice will be discontinued after the New Year.

With the cold and rainy weather coming it’s our hope that these items will be picked up. Please note that on Thursday, December 21 we will be taking these items to the Goodwill. RITA’S FOOD PANTRY AND VERY LITTLE FOOD HAS BEEN DONATED!! Join us and purchase yummy treats, special hand crafted items and other fun holiday gifts for your family and friends.

Food collected will be distributed to community members in need. Skinner’s maker class to create inspirational t-shirts and holiday buttons. This fundraiser will help support C4C in its growth as well as raise money to purchase raincoats for the homeless in Marin.

White Hill was built in 1969 and has gone through three major renovations (1985, 20).

December 2013 marked the opening of 25,000 square feet of new buildings and classrooms which provide our students and staff with a first class facility for 21st-century learning.

While there, they will not only learn more about the program area in which they are participating - Economic and Social Council, Non-Governmental Organizations, International Court of Justice - but they will receive training in areas such as public speaking, decision-making, cultural competency, and evidence-based persuasion.

Once at the Summit, delegates take on the roles of their country’s UN representatives, committee chairs, and presiding officers.

Our academic program offers a breadth of challenge and opportunity with core English, History, Science, and Math classes and award-winning art, music, technology (STEAM), and foreign language electives.

Forty-one credentialed teachers, twenty-five staff members, one counselor, two counseling interns and two administrators support an engaging and rigorous education program.

Our loaner policy is not sustainable due to misuse and abuse, non-return of loaners, broken and unrepairable loaners, and the fact that loaning the devices is enabling many students to be irresponsible.

Our job is to teach responsibility, and to this end, we are making students and parents aware of this change in practice.

They are given the opportunity to discuss international issues, discover other cultures, develop life-enhancing skills, and make new friends.