Chameleon Community Schools Project, Inc. and will hold a public meeting tomorrow, July 14, to discuss proposals for East High School and Waterfront School including the concept and process for implementing the federally approved school turnaround model - close and restart of a public school as a charter school - for two of the persistently low achieving (PLA) schools in Buffalo: East High School and Waterfront School. The purpose of this model is to provide a much needed option for a quality education to the 1,500 at-risk students in these schools.
This proposal is the product of a Chameleon Community Schools Project, Inc., a local not-for-profit charter management organization, in conjunction with a diverse and passionate group of parents, educators, education and child advocates, business and community leaders.
The community is invited to be involved and may do so by visiting http://eastwaterfront.blog.com
WHEN: Saturday, July 14 at 10:00 AM
WHERE: Sherman L. Walker Community Center, 608 William Street, Buffalo, NY 14206 (Ample parking in back)
WHO: Chameleon Community Schools Project, Inc. and community members