Due to expected severe weather conditions, Equality will be closed tomorrow March 21st. Stay warm & safe!
If your child will be entering Middle School or High School and are English Language Learners we would like to invite you to our Open House on Saturday March 24th. The English Language Learners open house gives residents, parents and students a chance to see what Equality’s ELL program looks like and what it can […]
Due to expected severe weather conditions, Equality will be closed tomorrow March 7th. Stay warm & safe!
On Thursday, March 1 at 5 PM, at Equality Charter High School, TOW/PAIR will present our domestic violence project, scenes from A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, a play that addresses abusive and manipulative behaviors and their impact on individuals, couples and families. Panelists’ comments will follow, along with a lively audience discussion. This event is free and open to all. We […]
We are inviting prospective families to join us on the evening of March 5th at 5:30pm to learn about Equality Charter Middle School our ELL Program and what makes our school a unique educational environment for scholars to excel. Meet our great teachers, staff and tour our school. Please pass the word! Invitamos a las posibles familias a que […]
Black History Month, or National African American History Month, is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. … Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month.
SHARING EXCITING NEWS! Since December Hannah Gadpaille, ECMS 8th Grader, has been participating in the Colgate Womens Games and this past weekend she surpassed all her competitors to make it the finals as the number one seed! You can find out more about Colgate Women’s Games here… http://www.colgategames.com/ The finalists are competing for Scholarship Money […]
The King Holiday honors the life and contributions of America’s greatest champion of racial justice and equality, the leader who not only dreamed of a color-blind society, but who also lead a movement that achieved historic reforms to help make it a reality.
Diane Rodriguez receives her Certification of completion from Mr. Faheem her instructor. Adult Ed has achieved another graduating class in Computer Basics. After a very informative course participants are now able to navigate and use a computer with ease. This is what it’s all about! Giving back to the community! For more information about […]