Daily Archives: May 4, 2018


    Acompáñanos a nuestra primera feria anual de mini fabricantes y casa abierta! Habrá actividades manuales, tours de la escuela, oportunidades de conocer a los maestros, y refrigerios.



    ¡Y CREA!

    Actividade Organizadas por: WNY STEM, BAK USA, LAUNCHPAD and BASCS Robotics

    Acompáñanos el 17 de Mayo – 4:30PM – 6:30PM

    Charter School of Inquiry

    404 Edison St. Buffalo, NY 14215

    (176)833-3250. www.CSICharter.org

    Charter School of Inquiry Mini Marker Faire and Open House

    Two Events in one

    Join us May 17, 2018 @ 4:30AM – 6:30PM for our first annual Mini Maker Faire and Open house!

    A number of organizations will be present to demonstrate everything from robotics to augmented virtual reality and 3D printing…and give kids and grown-ups alike an opportunity to participate with hands-on activities as we explore new forms and technologies. It promises to be engaging and exciting opportunity for those who are interested in inquiry, innovation and creativity.

    This is an event for our current Charter School of Inquiry children and their parents, but also for parents who are looking at a great school for their children.

    Parents interested in seeing the Charter School of Inquiry for the first time can get a tour of the school, meet the teachers and see what we’re all about. Refreshments will be served.Activities hosted:  there’s been a change.

    Activities hosted by: WNY STEM, Bak USA and the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library’s Launch Pad Maker Space.”


    JOIN US 17THMAY @ 4:30PM – 6:30PM

    We’re located at 404 Edison Street, Buffalo 14215.

    The Charter School of Inquiry (CSI)is an exciting new 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 5 for the 2018-2019 school year. Each year we will add another grade until we reach Grade 6.

    CSI offers intensive ENL (English as a New Language services) so children learn English more quickly.

    If you are interested in enrolling your student for the upcoming 2018-19 school year, please complete the 2018-19 admission application (www.csicharter.org/admission-applications/) available in English and Spanish. You can submit the complete form to CSI via hand delivery, fax (716- 831-7947) or email (info@csicharter.org).

    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!


    We’re so excited to share our wonderful school with you. We believe children learn best when they are doing, not sitting in a chair listening. That’s why our curriculum is built around activities. Children learn by doing – rolling their sleeves up, getting dirty, making mistakes and having fun. This is how meaningful learning happens. The kind of learning that lasts a lifetime. The kind of learning that drives the children to want to learn more, to want to work harder, to want to succeed.

    As part of our inquiry approach, students at CSI explore many areas of African-American history and culture, in addition to world culture. No one lives in our world alone, and we believe that the more we can learn from and understand all the world’s cultures, the better educated and more prepared we will all be to be successful in the world.

    It gives me great pride to invite you to explore the many ways the Charter School of Inquiry is changing how the students of Buffalo learn and grow. For more information or to set up a tour of the school, please contact the school. I hope to see you soon!


    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

    El avión de carga WC-130, donde viajaban nueve puertorriqueños, se estrelló el pasado miércoles en Georgia

    La Guardia Nacional de Puerto Rico confirmó ayer los nombres de los nueve soldados boricuas que murieron a bordo del avión de carga WC-130, que se estrelló el miércoles cerca del aeropuerto Hilton Head en Savannah, Georgia.

    “Entendemos que los cuerpos deben estar en estos momentos en Dover, la base militar en el estado de Delaware donde se reciben los cadáveres de los militares fallecidos en todas las partes del mundo”, explicó Luis Orengo, oficial de Asuntos Públicos de la Guardia Nacional, en entrevista con prensa.

    Orengo informó que, en dicha base, los cuerpos son preparados para entonces ser trasladados a su lugar de origen o el destino donde serían realizados los actos fúnebres. La Guardia Nacional en la isla no ha recibido detalles respecto a cuándo los restos serían trasladados y entregados a sus familias.

    Orengo sí informó que, en la Base Aérea Muñiz en Carolina, los compañeros de los fallecidos han realizado actos de conmemoración y que, una vez se reciban los cuerpos, se llevarán a cabo los protocolos militares y las exequias correspondientes. Asimismo, el oficial de Asuntos Públicos indicó que, hasta anoche, al cierre de esta edición, la Guardia Nacional en Puerto Rico no había recibido nueva información respecto a la investigación que lleva a cabo la Fuerza Aérea y las agencias federales pertinentes. “En estos momentos estamos esperando, la investigación va a tomar su tiempo, tienen que hacer un análisis de la escena, de los restos, todo es un proceso que tomará su tiempo y tiene que ser meticuloso para, entonces encontrar las razones precisas por las cuales ocurrió el accidente”, indicó Orengo.

    Lista oficial de los boricuas fallecidos y sus años en servicio:

    • Comandante José R. Román Rosado – piloto en comando – 18 años de servicio- Manatí

    • Comandante Carlos Pérez Serra – navegante – 23 años de servicio – Corozal

    • 2.o Tnte. David Albandoz – copiloto – 16 años de servicio – natural de Puerto Rico, residiendo en Madison, Alabama

    • Maestre senior Jan Paravisini – mecánico – 21 años de servicio – Canóvanas

    • Maestre Jean Audriffred – 16 años de servicio – natural de Carolina

    • Maestre Mario Braña – ingeniero de vuelo – 17 años de servicio –  Bayamón

    • Maestre Víctor Colón – 22 años de servicio- Santa Isabel

    • Maestre Eric Circuns – maestre de carga – 31 años de servicio – Río Grande

    • Aviador Senior Roberto Espada – 3 años de servicio – Salinas

      China says it made progress in trade talks with the United States but acknowledged that the two sides remain far apart on some issues.

      By: Daniel Shane

      After two days of talks in Beijing between top officials, the two sides have agreed to continue “close communication,” according to a report by China’s official news agency, Xinhua.

      The two governments reached agreements in some areas, including increasing exports from the United States to China, Xinhua said, but it didn’t give any details.

      “Both sides realized that there are some relatively big differences on some issues. And more work needs to be done to achieve more progress,” Xinhua said Friday.

      The US Embassy in Beijing wasn’t immediately available for comment on the outcome of the talks.

      Fears of a damaging trade war between the world’s top two economies have grown in recent months after the United States and China threatened to slap steep tariffs on tens of billions of dollars of each other’s exports.

      US moves against Chinese smartphone makers Huawei and ZTE, and Beijing’s decision to tax American sorghum have ratcheted up the tensions.

      “Irrespective of any short-term deal … trade friction will be a permanent feature of the next few years,” Richard Jerram, chief economist at the Bank of Singapore, said in a research note on Friday.

      President Donald Trump has called for China to reduce its huge trade surplus with the United States by $100 billion, a demand experts say Beijing would find it difficult to meet.

      The US government has also been pressing China to move away from an industrial policy that critics say subsidizes Chinese companies on the global stage and pressures foreign rivals to hand over key technologies.

      Trump sent a delegation of his top economic advisers to Beijing for the talks, including Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer. They met with a Chinese team led by Liu He, President Xi Jinping’s top economic adviser.

      Analysts had expressed skepticism that two days of talks would lead to any significant breakthrough.

      — Nanlin Fang contributed to this report.


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