You are invited to join the Socioeconomic Integration Pilot Program (SIPP) Grant Planning Team by signing up to be a part of one of the 4 planning work groups listed below:
Work Group Descriptions
(Click on the links below for more information about each work group):
PS 15 Enrichment Planning Work Group:
primarily made up of staff, teachers, administrators, parents, and family members of students from the PS 15 school community, with focus on school-based engagement and the educational enhancement and magnetization of PS 15;
Family Resource Center Planning Work Group:
a diverse, representative group of family and community members, teachers, staff and administrators from the CSD 1 community, the work group will create a community-wide Family Resource Center that will facilitate the equitable implementation of the SES integration-conscious student assignment and choice-based school admissions policy; with particular focus on the types of families the Resource Center support will target;
Screening of “RISE ABOVE THE MARK”
Thursday March 19 5:30-7pm Auditorium (600 E 6th St)
Hear why Earth School parent and author Todd Farley (Making the Grades: My Misadventures in the Standardized Testing Industry) won’t allow his kids to take the tests and doesn’t believe yours should either.
on Tuesday March 24 5:30-7pm Auditorium (600 E 6th St)
The Community Education Council District 1 Invites you to a Panel on Accountability, high Stakes Tests and the current status of Education Policies
Wednesday March 25 6:00-7:30pm PS 20
We had a really great turnout from EVCS parents at last night’s Community Education Council (CEC) meeting. Robin and Bradley led the charge, with over a dozen other parents speaking to the success of our school, our need for more space, and the inadequacy of the proposed move to a building on Henry Street.
Tonight’s CEC meeting is a must for all parents interested in the future of EVCS (that’s you, right?).
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
at PS 20 (Essex Street just below Houston)
This is a public meeting to discuss the space constraints within our building. A strong showing by EVCS parents will help make it clear that we strongly support keeping our school in its present location, but we need additional space.
Childcare will be provided at the meeting.
For some background, and information about yesterday’s meeting, read on … Continue reading