Brad Craddock’s creative writing students – Olivia Spenard, Clara O’Connor, Austin Hammond, and Cameron Bennett – will have their original plays produced at Geva Theater this weekend, Saturday and Sunday at 3:00, on the Next Stage.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. School No. 9 achieved 97% enrollment in their school-based health center in the first month of school. This school-based health center is a Rochester General Hospital affiliated center.
Visual Arts students from School of the Arts painted 1940’s vintage auditorium chairs that are now being auctioned to raise money for the Friendship Children’s Center.
Two School No. 3 parents, Patisha Tisdale and Adrienne General, attained their NYS GED credential through our Parent ELT program. Parent ELT, in partnership with the Office of School Innovation, OACES, and Nathaniel Rochester Community School #3, is a new K-12 school-based adult education program.