Month: April 2020

Making Masks for Her Community to Aid Charities

When her mom took out the sewing equipment to make fabric facemasks for the family, it gave Caylin Schnoor an idea. 

“It just kind of sparked,” says Caylin, Class of 2021. “I knew I wanted to find a way to help as many people as possible during this troublesome time. I have copious amounts of fabric that allow me to do good, so how could I not take that opportunity?” 

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Parker joins effort to aid local healthcare workers

Francis Parker School is joining a local effort to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) for healthcare workers in San Diego, who are in desperate need to protect themselves as they continue their daily task of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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‘Fridays with Gonzo’

As human beings, we are all trying to find routine and normalcy in a completely abnormal situation. For Parker guitar teacher Mike “Gonzo” Gonzales, that means continuing to create and share music with others–albeit in a completely different space. 

For the past three weeks, Mike has hosted a virtual concert on Facebook Live. The venue? Mike’s living room, complete with a performer’s stool, mic stand, PA speaker, and a roaring fireplace to round out the ambiance.  

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