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Save the Hebron SDA School

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Dear Community Congregants, Neighbors, Friends -

The proposed Hebron School project is a collaboration between the Hebron French Speaking Seventh Day Adventist church and the Hebron Bilingual Seventh-day Adventist School, a 40-year-old bilingual school for the children of immigrant families, and a community-minded developer to preserve a historic site in North Crown Heights, save a struggling school and build affordable new housing that all New Yorkers can benefit from.

For over forty years, The Hebron SDA School has provided its nursery through eighth grade students with a rigorous curriculum. Aside from education, the Hebron SDA School fosters an environment that allows its students to explore and express their creativity through song and dance.

The Hebron Seventh-day Adventist Bilingual School – which primarily teaches lower-income children from Brooklyn’s Haitian Community – is a partner in, and beneficiary of this project. Without it, The Hebron SDA School will not be able to protect its historic building from deteriorating and may have to close. Already, the school cannot open and operate for this upcoming 2020 school year due to the current hazardous structural conditions in building.

The proposed project at 959 Sterling Place will allow us to preserve our historic building while protecting the future of our school for generations to come. This project will preserve a landmarked building in an historic district while adding much needed housing to the neighborhood and it will also protect the future of the Hebron Seventh-day Adventist Bilingual School.

Please stand with us and show your support by signing the petition.
Thank you.

Pastor Moises Manigat

Hebron French-Speaking Seventh-day Adventist Church Board of Trustees

Hebron SDA Bilingual School Board of Trustees

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