Lakeville parents share skills and passions with students

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Lakeville parents share skills and passions with students
Angela Pian teaches Chinese Calligraphy to Ms. Seiden’s third-grade class as part of the Lakeville School’s annual Teach-In event. (Photo courtesy of Great Neck Public Schools)
Fifth graders in Ms. Ayende’s class learn about photo editing and graphic design from Brandon Ayende as part of the Lakeville School’s annual Teach-In event. (Photo courtesy of Great Neck Public Schools)
Fifth graders in Ms. Ayende’s class learn about photo editing and graphic design from Brandon Ayende as part of the Lakeville School’s annual Teach-In event. (Photo courtesy of Great Neck Public Schools)

Lakeville School hosted its Space-tacular Parent Teach-In event from May 13 through May 17, which welcomes parents and members of the Lakeville School community to share their skills, hobbies, and passions with students.

More than 60 special guests visited first through fifth-grade classrooms to lead presentations about a wide variety of topics, including art, culture, costume design, engineering, health and medicine, law, local government, robotics, and more.

North Hempstead Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth speaks with Ms. Smith’s second-grade class about town government programs and operations as part of the Lakeville School’s annual Teach-In event. (Photo courtesy of Great Neck Public Schools)
North Hempstead Town Supervisor Judi Bosworth speaks with Ms. Smith’s second-grade class about town government programs and operations as part of the Lakeville School’s annual Teach-In event. (Photo courtesy of Great Neck Public Schools)

This biannual Teach-In event introduces students to an array of professions and interests.

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