Please join us on February 12th from 5:30-7:00 for the School 46 Expo Night
This night is a combination for both celebration and recruitment. As you may know, 2 years ago the general recruitment night was changed from one central location for all schools to each individual school hosting their own. At 46 this night will include an EXPO of student work. The displays/performances will give parents a look at their student’s current experience while showing prospective parents what is accomplished here.
This is a time for us to show off all our hard work and the wonderful the students do here!
Happy New Year!
We hope you and your family had a restful and joyous holiday. The New Year brings a wonderful opportunity to reflect on our great accomplishments of this year and to plan for continuous improvements. We have so much to celebrate here at Charles Carroll School #46. We are in our second year of Expanded Learning and already our students have participated in so many wonderful programs and opportunities supportive of their overall academic, social-emotional, and physical well-being. Feedback from multiple outside evaluators has confirmed this statement. We are looking forward to our February 12th Time Collaborative Enrichment Expo to share some of these experiences with our greater community. Last year this event was a huge success and input from parents and the school community was positive. Stay tuned for more information regarding our second semester programming and this event.
A special thank you goes out to Browncroft Community Church. They selected School 46 for one of their Christmas service projects this year. This holiday they donated much needed, basic art supplies for our Art Program totaling nearly $2000. We thank them for their commitment to the city and particularly for their kind donation to support the Arts at School 46. As a school located directly in their neighborhood, we are excited to have them become one of our “faith-based” community partners.
As a reminder, at this time of year, it is a good idea to talk with your children about cold weather safety. Extra care is needed, especially with younger children, to be sure that frostbite does not occur.
And last but not least, we continue to work hard at encouraging students to read at home. Our 1st grade and 6th grade friends need more encouragement based on our current data. Please help us build a community of readers and support students with completing their home reading assignments and calendars.
Stay warm and safe. Happy Winter!
Charles Carroll School #46