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Get Vaccinated.
Do your part.
Protect yourself.
Protect others.
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Senior Breakfast for our Class of 2022. We can't even think of you guys graduating 🙁
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In the words of Pat Benatar, hit me with your best SHOT!

Get vaccinated today to protect yourself and others, visit Vaccinateyourfamily.org for more information regarding the Covid-19 Vaccine.
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*Yesterday's Post since FB & IG were down*

Since the late 1900's, Herrera has been a leading voice in exploring the Mexican American experience in the United States. In addition to Herrera's adult and children's poetry, his work includes video, theater, photography, and performance pieces.

Herrera was named Poet Laureate of California in 2012, and retired from teaching in 2015.
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#HispanicHeritageMonth #JuanFelipe #Poet #EqualityCharterSchool #School #BronxCharter
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FYI: Information about COVID-19 Vaccine Course with Families

The DOE’s Parent University invites families to attend a one-hour virtual course entitled, “COVID-19 Vaccines: What You Need to Know,” which will be held at 10:00 a.m. and at 6:00 p.m. on September 29. The course is being taught by experts from the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), and includes updates about COVID-19 vaccines, as well as a live question-and-answer session.

For questions, email ParentU@schools.nyc.gov
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Equality Presents...

Parents as Partners Night!

Come tune in with us tomorrow evening 5pm-6pm via Zoom (find link below)

Attend to learn more about:
Teacherase
ASP & Sports clubs
Partnerships and much more!
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Kahlo was a Mexican painter who achieved international popularity. Kahlo was a feminist icon, her noticeable dark hair and eyebrows was a statement rejecting stereotypes about what is and isn't attractive.

Kahlo's work is sometimes called "surrealist", and although she organized art shows several times with European surrealists, she herself did not like that label. Her attention to female themes, and the honesty in her painting them, made her something of a feminist cult figure in the last decades of the 20th century.
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How to find a Covid Vaccine for your preteen/teen:
1. Check out your local pharmacy's website to see if they're taking walk-ins/appointments.
2. Check with their health provider
3. Contact your state or local health department.
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Our HS location will be remote tomorrow Wednesday 9/22. More information to follow- parents please check your e-mails! ...

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“And all at once, summer collapsed into fall.”-Oscar Wilde

Happy first day of fall. May this new season bring you everything you’ve been hoping for. 🍁🍂💨
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Blog Posts

Senior Bowling Trip

Last friday, a few of our seniors took a bowling trip. They had a lot of fun doing different things like laser tag, arcade games and of course bowling. So much fun !!!!  

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Toy Drive

Thank you so much to everyone who participated in the Toy Drive! Our wonderful Peer Leaders handing off our toys to the CCPD! The toys were brought to local hospitals and shelters on Christmas Eve! 

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New Years Resolutions

This time of year we reflect on what we are grateful for and also set intentions for the year ahead. Our middle school scholars posted about what they are grateful for this year and our

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Thanksgiving Turkey Vouchers

Assemblywoman Karines Reyes and Assemblyman Michael Blake distributed vouchers for turkey and other food supplies in the Castle Hill. We were happy to serve as a pick-up spot in the neighborhood!

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Middle School Read Aloud

Last week our middle school scholars participated in a Read Aloud with PS160. The students had an awesome time reading a book about being Thankful and creating cards for their friends and family!

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Stephon Dru Brown

Last Sunday, we lost one of our past student to a senseless act violence. Stephon Dru Brown was a friend and student to many of us, he had a contagious smile that brought joy to

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NYU Visit

A few of our students had the privilege to tour NYU and see different aspects that make NYU unique. ‬  

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2019 Annual Appeal

Our big day is here and our donation button is LIVE! https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/ecs-2019annualappeal?fbclid=IwAR3pv_F2vt_8UHRiGpwst6mVObzwEnHZYsjdGawOF9YPJJ6DfMXKa8Ei_gI

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2019 Student Debate

Friday, Nov. 1st, we had our second annual debate, but, with a twist. This year students represented actual presidential candidates like Bernie Sanders, Andrew Yang, etc. Assembly woman, Karines Reyes, was in attendance and spoke

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Costume Day

Today was costume day in both our middle school and high school. Teachers and students participated in the day. Who did it the best? ‬            

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