In honor of Black History Month and those that have devoted their rights to voting rights–Achievement First Advocacy will be partnering with New York Charter Schools Association, Uncommon, KIPP, C3S & Democracy Prep for a night of civic empowerment. Did you know that there is a new system for elected NYC’s Mayor, Borough Presidents, City Council Members & Comptroller? Join us to know how the voting system works, how to register to vote, and how to make your voices heard. We will have remarks from NYS Senator Leroy Comrie and a presentation from Rank the Vote NYC! Register by 02/23 at https://forms.gle/BuxZh1hwr7eHRjyG9. This event is open to the public so please share. *Please note that we will be working with our partners to host this event in Spanish within the next few weeks and will be providing detailed information soon.
If you missed our Winter Art Showcase, you still have an opportunity to engage with the amazing pieces our scholar’s created. Visit the VIrtual Art Gallery curated by Ms. Gonzalez (Art Teacher) and the Culture Team!
Thank you once again for your continued partnership in these challenging times. Without your partnership, we would be on a steep uphill battle in this current climate. There are so many things to celebrate as we enter this holiday break. Scholars are giving their best efforts day in and day out. And as we close out our first report card week of the 20-21 school year, we want to send you guys into the break with a look at where we’ve been, where we are going and the best ways for you to support your scholar over break and thereafter.
Please join us on Thursday, December 17, 2020 for a Parent Workshop where we will be providing resources to you to best support your scholar at home in Humanities, Math and Guided Reading.
If you have any questions please let your scholar’s teacher know. We look forward to seeing you all there!