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Charter School of Inquiry will be hosting an Open House on March 27thfrom 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm at the School located at: 404 Edison Street. Buffalo, NY 14215

Charter School of Inquiry offers:

Free Bus Transportation

Free Extended Day Program 3:30pm – 5:20pm

Inclusion: Study of world cultures with focus on African and African American History and culture.

Art, Music, and Physical Education for All Grades 

Enrollment has begun for students in Kindergarten through Gr. 5 for the 2018-2019 school year.

Learn more at: http://csicharter.org

The Charter School of Inquiry (CSI) is an exciting Kindergarten through Grade 6 School, one that believes in children, sets high expectations, and challenges students to excel. We’re recruiting children now for Kindergarten through Grade 6 for the 2019-2020 school year.

If you are interested in enrolling your student for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year, please complete the 2019-2020 admissions application and submit the completed form to CSI via hand delivery, fax, or email.

Please contact us if you have any questions, want a tour, or would like to learn more about CSI! You can reach us by phone at 716-833-3250, or by using our contact form. Or, drop in – we’re located at 404 Edison Street, Buffalo 14215.

We look forward to meeting you and your child!

MISSION AND VISION

The Charter School of Inquiry (CSI) will achieve breakthrough outcomes for City of Buffalo children in Kindergarten through Grade 6 by creating an inquiry-based learning environment with an intense focus on learning to read and write well in all subject areas. CSI offers an exceptionally high quality education using intentional reading and language development, aligned curriculum, engaging inquiry-based practices, and an outstanding system of supports. Children at CSI will learn to think critically, problem-solve and work collaboratively to enable their participation as citizens of their community and the world

Charter School of Inquiry – 404 Edison Ave, Buffalo, NY 14215 – (716) 833-3250

The Rochester school district has 48 schools and only 14 that are in good standing.

By: Edwin Martinez

State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia’s much anticipated response to the Rochester school board about its plan for improving one of the worse school districts in the State was rejected  and given six weeks to redo to avoid a State takeover.

She’ll be sending a more detailed response, she said in a letter to board President Van White, but she added: “After my review of the Rochester School District Plan, I want to share some general concerns with regard to the inadequacy of the District’s response.”

After she sends her detailed response, the district will have six weeks to work with Distinguished Educator Jaime Aquino to revise and resubmit the plan, Elia said.

In her letter to White, Elia echoes some of the same concerns voiced by Rochester Community Leaders. While the district’s plan addresses recommendations Aquino outlined in his report last fall, “it does not include an overarching, coherent vision for District improvement or a delineation of the priorities for the District’s path forward,” she said.

Elia goes on to say that the plan does not fully address the recommendations and some actions don’t appear realistic in terms of their timeliness or the district’s capacity for implementing them.

On a slightly more optimistic note, Elia is giving the board and administration another chance. The revised plan has to demonstrate that the board has a clear understanding of its role and the district has the autonomy to meet its goals.

She also wants specifics about some issues, such as how special education students and English language learners will get the help they need, how teacher development will be measured, and how the district will engage with parents and community leaders.

 

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