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#tbt to our Staff Vs. Parents Basketball game, we're so excited to be able to do events like this again soon.

Can you guess who won?
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Happy Monday!

We wanted to kick off this new week with a Scholar Spotlight. Divine Ekeijeh attends ECMS and is the president of our Young Women Empowerment Club. Divine enjoys science, math, and is a member of our student council as well. Let's give it up for Divine, keep up the great work!
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As promised, here it is!

Our HS Graduation Highlight video, watching this helps us relive the memories from that beautiful day. Once again congratulations to our Class of 2021!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQRNuRoNxvc
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Good Morning!

If you weren't able to attend our middle school graduation, but still wanted to be a part of the joyous ceremony, then you're in luck! Check out our highlight video from the event and it will bring you right to those unforgettable moments. Once again, Congratulations to the Class of 2021!

HS Graduation video coming Friday!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsAgBaMnTuk&t=4s
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High School Graduation photo dump.... Here at Equality we thrive off helping young adults achieve their academic goals and setting them up for life after high school. To our Class of 2021, we miss you already soooo much ...

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ECS we’re back from our one week hiatus!

Friday 6/25 we held a beautiful graduation ceremony for our high school scholars. Seeing all the achievements they’ve all accomplished over these past four years, while in Pandemic shows how special they really are. We’re extremely proud of all their hard work, and looking forward to seeing all the amazing things they’ll accomplish as young adults. Once an Eagle, always an Eagle. Congratulations Equality Charter High School Class of 2021!🦅

More pictures/videos to follow
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This Monday we had the privilege of watching our Equality Charter Middle School Class of 2021 graduate. It was truly a beautiful event and it was an indescribable feeling to have an in- person ceremony and see all their beautiful faces receive their diplomas. Also a huge shoutout to Councilmen Kevin Riley for his kind words that he shared with the Class of 2021 and families that day (video was sent out via Teacherease). We're so proud of all of you, and we can't wait to see you at our high school in the fall! Congratulations Equality Charter Middle School Class of 2021! An early shoutout to our high school graduates that will get their chance to walk across the stage tomorrow. ...

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Last Thursday was our Senior BBQ, and we loved every minute of it! Thank you to all people that helped make this event so special for the Class of 2021, we’re so lucky to get to watch all of you grow up into amazing young adults. We’re so excited to see what the future has in store! More pictures to follow soon! ...

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Tomorrow 6/18, we will be closed to celebrate the observance of Juneteenth (Saturday, 6/19). As we reflect upon the current status of freedom and justice for black people in America, this is an important day to take some time for reflection.

Listed below are some resources to look into while using this time to reflect and commit to ways that we can help promote justice in our local community and in our school community as well.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=iu6ntwHws5g

www.history.com/news/what-is-juneteenth
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It's #waybackwednesday! Check out one our all time favorite videos we've ever made! Here's a throwback to 2017 when we held our dance fundraiser, if you're in need of some smiles this morning click the link and enjoy the wonderful and fun dances by our Middle School scholars!

www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DzJVyMDAY8&list=PLdki3XT965Oy44mBIxdp7D3F8LWx-liEC&index=11
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Blog Posts

Remote Learning Day Two

Chrome books were made ready for pick-up so that our scholars could work from home remotely. It is uncharted territory for us and many others, but we are in this together. 👏👏‬

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Amanda Huza Principal Podcast

Our MS Principal Amanda Huza participated in the Introduction for Transformative Principal podcast. Check it out! https://www.jethrojones.com/podcast/episode320?fbclid=IwAR0G_bqsck9cmrRc3aKlE3iF1NDc6wDvZWGzuE1ALGKyLRWdooANsmzsd2g

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Remote Learning Information

Beginning Wednesday March 18th Equality will be closed. Thursday March 19th we will begin remote learning. We have made this decision in the best interest of all of our scholar’s and staff’s safety and health.

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Congrats to Caitlin!

Congratulations to our Executive Director Caitlin on being awarded the prestigious 40 Under 40 Award from Stony Brook University. The caliber of her achievement distinguishes her as one of the College of Arts and Sciences

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Renewal Update

It was an exciting week up in Albany as the Board of Regents, led by Dr. Betty Rosa, voted to give Equality a 5 year renewal AND expansion to elementary school! To say we are

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Career Day

It’s not too late to sign up! If you wish to join us for next week’s Career Day please contact Megan Benway at megan.benway@equalitycharterschool.org

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Door Decorating Contest: Ms. Emmanuel

Our 12th grade English teacher, Mrs. Emmanuel comes through with her door, decorated for our Black History Month door decoration contest. She represents the African American women who have made an impact in American History. 

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Kobe Day

Our middle and high school had Kobe day today in memory of the passing of the basketball star, Kobe Bryant. Students dressed in yellow, purple or black to commemorate his legacy. As an effort to

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Peer Leadership: Middle School

Today our Peer Leadership members participated in a Read Aloud with PS 160 and PS 168. They read The Giving Tree and other books about kindness and then created hearts with words and pictures of

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Scholar Vs. Staff Olympics

Last Friday, we had an Olympics event between the staff and studens. The students competed against the teachers in things like basketball, egg-and-spoon race and puzzles. Our teachers won a majority of the games(as always)

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