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The Success of Success Academy Flatbush

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All of the third graders in Success Academy Flatbush (SA Flatbush), which opened in 2016, passed the state tests in both […]

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SA Harlem East educator comes to rescue of 5th grader, 90-year-old grandma who lost home in fire - http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/education/hometown-heroes/east-harlem-educator-helps-student-lost-home-fire-article-1.2265587
Educador de SA Harlem East viene al rescate de un alumno de Grado 5 y su abuela de 90 años quienes perdieron su hogar en un incendio
New York Daily News / By Lisa L. Colangelo
Originally published: 6.20.2015

When a fire forced fifth grader Alex Seegars and his 90-year-old grandmother from their apartment in March, they lost their home and most of their possessions.

But one call to Matthew Seymour, the community relations manager at Success Academy Harlem East, started a wave of assistance and support that helped the family through a rough ordeal and allowed young Alex to continue his studies.

SA Washington Heights Principal Kelsey DePalo Is NY Daily News Hometown Hero - http://m.nydailynews.com/new-york/education/texas-literacy-specialist-leads-new-manhattan-charter-school-article-1.2252651
SA Washington Heights Principal Kelsey DePalo Is NY Daily News Hometown Hero
New York Daily News / By Lisa L. Colangelo
Originally published: 6.9.2015

She may have grown up in Texas, but Kelsey DePalo is right at home in Washington Heights where she is finishing her first year as principal of a new charter school.

DePalo led the Success Academy Washington Heights for its inaugural year with kindergarten and first grade classes.

From Harlem to Capitol Hill, a lesson in producing better teachers
The Washington Post / By Lyndsey Layton
Originally published: 6.2.2015

Eva Moskowitz, the founder of New York City’s largest chain of public charter schools, imported a Harlem classroom to Capitol Hill on Tuesday to demonstrate how she trains and coaches teachers at Success Academy schools.

Something Strange & Wonderful on Capitol Hill… - http://www.amandaripley.com/blog/something-strange-wonderful-happened-on-capitol-hill-today
Something Strange & Wonderful on Capitol Hill…
Amanda Ripley Blog / By Amanda Ripley
Originally published: 6.2.2015

Yesterday I made the pilgrimage to the Cannon House Office Building to see something different: a group of students and teachers showing what learning looks like, instead of just talking about it. This is normal in places like Japan, as Elizabeth Green described in her book Building a Better Teacher, but it happens very rarely in the U.S.

Common Core Math: Conceptual understanding for the 21st century - http://www.educators4excellence.org/news/2015-05-common-core-math-conceptual-understanding-for-the-21st-century
Common Core Math: Conceptual understanding for the 21st century
Educators 4 Excellence / By Trevor Baisden
Originally published: 5.19.2015

A few weeks ago, one of my fifth grade students asked a simple question that challenged me to think differently about my own pedagogy and powerfully illustrated the value of the Common Core’s commitment to a deeper, conceptual understanding of mathematics.

6 points: Eva Moskowitz thinks your child deserves a better school
Chicago Tribune / By Tribune Opinion Staff
Originally published: 5.21.2015

Eva Moskowitz, founder and CEO of Success Academy Charter Schools in New York City, is one of the most controversial — and successful — figures in public education reform. She met Thursday with the Tribune Editorial Board. Here are six points she made…

Reading Is Fundamental Combats ‘Summer Slide’
Motherlode, The New York Times / By Jessica Lahey
Originally published: 5.13.2015

Two-thirds of the 16 million children living in poverty in this country don’t own any books, so when school lets out for the year, reading and learning does not just take a vacation, it deteriorates. This deterioration is known as “summer learning loss,” or “summer slide,” and it is disastrous, particularly for impoverished children.

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    Futuros padres: Si su hijo ingresará a un grado entre Kinder y 4.º grado durante el año escolar 2018-19, regístrese a continuación para recibir más información acerca de Success Academies en su vecindario.

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La situación del coronavirus/COVID-19 evoluciona rápidamente. Consulte nuestra página de preguntas frecuentes sobre el COVID-19 para obtener la información de salud y seguridad más actualizada para las escuelas charter de Success Academy.