Our hearts go out to the families of Trayvon Martin and Larie Butler. We would like to show support to their parents by honoring the memory of Trayvon and Larie. God bless and keep them. Please come join us for a prayer and candlelight service. Bring a candle, wear your hoodie. Sunday April 1, 2012 […]Read More In Memory Of
Transparent: Free from pretense or deceit. The School Board will meet tonight at 6PM in Room 3A to discuss and vote on the amended All City High proposal. This proposal was tabled at the February business meeting and taken off the agenda at the March meeting. A public meeting was held on March 5, for […]Read More The Times They Are A Changing
Tomorrow the School Board will meet to consider Interim Superintendent Vargas’s proposal for an All City High plan which is meant to serve an unidentified number of students that this district has already failed to educate. This program was a collaborative effort between the district and the Rochester’s Teacher Union. A committee was formed “to […]Read More All Children – Not All City
Regent Wade Norwood was the guest speaker at last night’s District Parent Council meeting. He spoke to a bantam group of parents and community members about the role of the New York State Regents board and about the Healthi Kids initiative. In his introduction Regent Norwood expressed concerns about the lack of serious involvement in […]Read More For The Children
This weekend, March 30, thru April 2, 2012 Save Our Schools will be marching on Washington to “Take Our Message to Capitol Hill”. Save Our Schools is a national movement to save public education. This movement began nearly a year ago as the siege of public education by private plunderers began to overtake this nation’s […]Read More SOS – Help Is On The Way to Washington
BILL NUMBER: S1987B TITLE OF BILL : An act to amend the education law, in relation to enacting the dignity for all students act S 10. LEGISLATIVE INTENT. THE LEGISLATURE FINDS THAT STUDENTS’ ABILITY TO LEARN AND TO MEET HIGH ACADEMIC STANDARDS, AND A SCHOOL’S ABILITY TO EDUCATE ITS STUDENTS, ARE COMPROMISED BY INCIDENTS OF […]Read More Decisions, Derision, Division
Everyone knows and understands that the system of education must change before our children will be properly educated. Why has it taken so long for so many knowledgeable and capable groups to come together and affect that change? Why are parents waiting for legislation that gives them the power that they already have in order […]Read More Actions Speak Louder Than Words!