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Chatham Families Together (CFT) is a community group organized by the parents and guardians of Chatham Park Elementary School interested in creating and promoting programming that supports diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts and doing everything we can to ensure every student at Chatham Park feels a sense of belonging. CFT is a sub-committee of HASA.  Check out our calendar of events below. Read more about CFT and its mission and leaders below.

Please join Chatham Families Together on Sunday, June 11 as we throw our 2nd Annual End-of-School Year Party celebrating all the amazing things this month holds — Pride, Juneteenth, and Summer! 

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Help plan and make decisions on CFT's programming and direction. Click here to become a leader and/or join a committee to plan: 

  • Park Meet-ups

  • Pride/End-of-year/Juneteenth/Summer Summer Celebration, June 11

2022-23 Events

Culture Share Evening 

Friday, March 10, 2022

CFT's 2nd annual Culture Share Evening was a fantastic night celebrating our differences. Families from the CFT community hosted tables sharing a piece of their culture. We celebrated holidays such as St. Patrick's Day, Ramadan, Purim, and Passover with our Irish, Muslim and Jewish American families. A family of restaurant owners shared delicious food from Vietnam, Laos, and Lebanon. We shared in Turkish delights. Our European roots were represented with tables celebrating Italy, France, and England. We learned all about the amazing contributions Cost Rica makes to our day-to-day and shared tasty treats from Venezuela. We played games and learned things about the huge world we live in and, most importantly, we had fun together as one large community. 

Holiday Share Evening 

Friday, December 9, 2022

CFT's inaugural Holiday Share Evening was a celebration of celebrations! We invited the community to share their favorite holiday traditions. We experienced a kinara lighting for Kwanzaa and indulged in sweets, celebrating Ramadan, Diwali, Chanukah, and Christmas (both mainland and Hawaiian). We sang songs, held story time and got messy making crafts. Check out some favorite images from the evening below.