Jobs at City and Country

As City and Country grew in the early 1920s—adding successive grades until it was home to children aged 2-13—Pratt recognized the need for a complement to the blocks program for older students. She noted that the children were ready to take on real-life responsibilities, and to apply all that they were learning to meaningful tasks. And so the C&C Jobs Program was born, providing students in the 8s through 13s with essential, necessary roles to play in the functioning of the school community.

Learn more about the below panels by watching these video introductions by Centennial Archives Committee member Valerie Knecht.

Jobs at C&C

Printing at C&C