The Latest District News 2019-2020

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    Week of March 30th

     

    We are beginning our second week. Two week since we have seen our parents and students with the energy that makes the hours turn into days and days turn into weeks and weeks into months. For me, this time apart feels neverending. I miss seeing everyone on a regular basis and the interactions.

     

    As you can see our teachers have been working diligently daily to continue some type of normalcy for our students.   Human interaction is so important not only for academics but socially and emotionally ties. It is important to take a minute with everything that is happening and think of a positive. Not every assignment will be completed, not every problem will be understood but what will happen is the teaching and learning process will continue on through these hard times. We need each and every student to dedicate themselves to get up every morning, begin your routine and do your best.

     

    Please note, we are here for you and you are not alone. Till next week, stay in and stay safe.

     

    Mrs. Anna Nowak Richardson

                    

     

     

     

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  •  Mrs. Delany

    Greetings!

    It is with great Excitement that I welcome you to the Cesar E. Chavez School’s website! At Cesar E. Chavez School, we strive to provide our students with a high quality, world class education. Through collaboration, all stakeholders will create a culture in which our students will achieve the skills and self-confidence necessary to become strong leaders, life-long learners, and responsible, compassionate contributors to the world community. This website is part of our commitment to use technology as a valuable tool to enhance our students’ learning experiences and extend it outward to include parents, friends, and community. We hope that you will use it, enjoy it, and help us to continue to improve it.

    Mrs. Delany

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    • The Next Generation Learning Standards are the educational goals for all of New York State’s students from prekindergarten through grade 12 in English Language Arts and Mathematics.
    • The standards were revised to ensure they are appropriate for students’ grade levels and reflect what students should know and be able to do in Math and ELA.
    • The revised learning standards for English Language Arts and Mathematics are available through the link below.
    • http://www.nysed.gov/next-generation-learning-standards
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