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Throwback to our very first debate! The future is at Equality! ...

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Today at noon, President-Elect Joe Biden will become President Biden, and our country's 46th President. It's also historic as Kamala Harris becomes the first woman in history to hold the office of VP, which will surely inspire people - women and men, girls and boys - the world over. ...

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Equality Charter School has an afterschool program headed by MMCC and it is still in full affect!!!!! Welcoming old and new students to come join MMCC 's Virtual Afterschool Program. We are offering many activities including
SEL, Fitness and Tutoring. I am still accepting applications, Please email me for an application (sladson@mmcc,org). We also now have applications online at discoverdycd.dycdconnect.nyc/home
A flyer is attached for more information. We are also accepting children who do not attend Equality Charter School but the child must be middle school age (Currently in Middle School 6-8th grade).
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Welcome back and Happy New Year! To kick off this new year we wanted to throw it back and share our staff holiday video!

Also today is #NationalTriviaDay! Do you know what year Equality expanded to our High School?
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Before our winter break we wanted to extend our Happiest Holidays to all of our scholars, staff, parents, members of our community, and to anyone who has been involved in Equality. We appreciate you all very much. Happy Holidays and have an amazing New Year!
-Your ECS Family
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HUGE shoutout to our NHS Team for raising money and donating toys for our Annual NHS Toy Drive. This year we were able to purchase 46 brand new toys which will be donated to the Praxis Family Shelter. How amazing! ...

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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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