at 4301 Raspe Ave, Baltimore, 21206 United States
A Baltimore City Public charter School serving grades K-8
HALLMARKS OF OUR PROGRAM AND PHILOSOPHY INCLUDE: An arts program that not only includes dedicated arts classes in visual arts, music, drama, and theater, but uses the arts in the classroom to make learning accessible and to help students express their learning and understanding. A project approach to learning in which students and teachers develop guiding questions, spend a significant amount of time researching and answering that question, and then find effective ways to present their learning. Through this approach students dig deeper and develop critical thinking skills. A focus on literacy and develop the love and appreciation of reading-starting from the first days of Kindergarten. Parent-School Partnership where parents and educators work collaboratively, assuming the best intentions of each other, to build a rich, vibrant learning community. This includes a family volunteer commitment of 40 hours per year and A Board of Directors that includes parents, teachers and students. A play-based kindergarten which engages students in the world of school, acclimates them to the social world of school, and begins to develop a love of learning while building numeracy and literacy skills through play. A Reggio Emilia inspiration that underlies our commitment to the arts, the honoring of the individuality of our students, attention the physical environment and explicit efforts to build classroom and school communities. Celebrating Diversity in all its forms. Guided by a strong diversity statement, City Neighbors embraces its fully integrated community as we prepare our students for a vibrant, diverse world. A middle school that includes an advisory program, daily small group tutoring, elective choices, Algebra in 8th grade, and a small teacher-student ratio. Relationships form the foundation of our community, teaching, and learning. A commitment to building strong,, open, and caring relationships between adults and students, teachers and their colleagues, and teachers and parents.
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Parents of kindergartners and of new students in other grades are invited to a Community Relations and Diversity sponsored event, an ice cream social on August 29, the first Friday of the school year from 5:30 to 7:30 in the City Neighbors courtyard or inside if the weather does not cooperate
City Neighbors is hiring a part time drama teacher for the 2014-15 school year. Send cover letter and resume to nbrown@cityneighbors..org
Dear City Neighbors Community, The school year is fast approaching. I just wanted to remind you of some important upcoming dates. For all of our new families to City Neighbors, on August 21st we will have: - Kindergarten Orientation at 6pm - New Parent Orientation at 7pm. We expect to see all of our families at Muffins and Meet the Teacher August 22nd from 8am - 12pm. And of course, August 25th is the first day of school I hope to see you there as we set off to have a great year!!
Adjunct Instructor: City Neighbors High School City Neighbors High School is looking for adjunct instructors for the 2014-2015 school year. We are looking for instructors with great interest, passion and knowledge in any subject area who would like to offer a course to thriving seniors at City Neighbors High School – a project based, arts integrated, progressive public charter high school in Baltimore City. Adjunct Instructors would teach members of our senior class for either year-long or semester-long classes. Class would take place three to four times a week in one-hour sessions; class size would be between 10-12 students. Compensation for the year-long, one-hour course would be $5,000 ($2,500 for a semester). If you are interested in offering and teaching an adjunct course for City Neighbors High School, please e-mail a cover letter, resume, and course proposal (one to two paragraphs) to Principal Danique Dolly at email@example.com. Please check out our website: www.cityneighborshighschool.org.
we will still be collecting donations Monday and Tuesday since school is closed for students tomorrow! Wednesday is the day we wear our costumes to school if we reach our goals!!! spread the word!
Last chance to contribute to the Warrior Dash fundraiser!! Trinisa and April are behind!! Vicki and Tracy have almost made their goals! Let's make a great contribution to CNCS and enjoy a day of these staff members dressed all crazy!!! Cans will be out at dismissal and at the middle school dance tonight!!!.
D ue to inclement weather, schools are closed on Monday, March 17.
Charter School application deadline is this Friday, February 21st at 3pm! Tonight is our last open house at 6:30pm!!
Schools will be closed Friday, February 14. District office will open at 10 a.m.
Due to the inclement weather, schools will be closed Thursday, February 13
Winter Arts Festival Tonight!!
Baltimore city schools are opening 2 hours late. Students should be in their classrooms by 10:15. Conferences will go on as scheduled.