The Colorado East Bahá’í School wants to update you on some exciting programs to be implemented in Colorado in the coming year.
Seasonal Schools across the United States are being encouraged by the U.S. Bahá’í Office of Education and Schools to implement the “Hope & the Family” curriculum in their respective regional areas. This program is to be implemented in neighborhoods that have strong Bahá’í and Community of Interest involvement in the core activities. This series explores how Bahá’ís and the Community of Interest can collaboratively and systematically build capacity through reading their current reality, talking about material and spiritual hopes, and understanding the example of service to the community by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá. For more information on “Hope and the Family” please read the article in the March/April 2017 American Bahá’í.
The committee is working to identify Colorado neighborhoods with potential to begin implementing this series. As our knowledge and resources grow, we plan to expand it to more neighborhoods ready to engage in the process. We are very excited for this new program and the ways in which it will complement the work of the clusters.
To allow us to focus our efforts on this program, we have decided NOT to hold a Winter School this January (2018). We do intend to hold Summer School in 2018, likely once again on Labor Day weekend at La Foret (not definite yet).
Thank you for your continued to support of the Colorado East Bahá’í School!