October 21, 2017; 12 p.m.–4 p.m.
“School Fest offers parents an understanding of the entire education vertical, from early childhood to high school. It’s valuable to see how everything fits together,” said Susan Anderson, Executive Director of Town Square. “Schoolfest is a one-of-a-kind school fair for our North Brooklyn parents.”
This year 70 exhibitors will be on hand to network and provide information on their educational niche to parents. Most of the schools will be from School District 14 in addition to some Magnet and private schools from outside the district. Early childhood centers will also participate. School Fest will also host two workshops: one on elementary education and the other on middle school and high school education.
School Fest came to be in 2008 when Town Square saw there was a need to help parents navigate through the confusion of the school admission process in addition to provide access to more information that would aid in deciding on the best choices for their child’s education.
School Fest 2017 happens on October 21, 2017; noon to 4 p.m. at MS 126: 424 Leonard St, Brooklyn, NY 11222. School Fest 2017 is FREE, but you do need a ticket. To receive a ticket go to EventBrite and search for “School Fest” or go here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/schoolfest-2017-tickets-tickets-35512145784