Keep high risk inner-city students in school

 
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    • 2 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Final Project Report
    By - Margaret Crotty - Executive Director
    Dear Friends,   Many of you learned about the change and opportunity that Partnership with Children was faced with this past fall 2012. Partnership with Children is one of the organizations that have been chosen, through the Department of Education and Department of Mental Health for FEMA “Project Hope”, to...
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school has received 20 donations
    • 2 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Partnership with Children Fall Update
    By - Margaret Crotty - Executive Director
    Dear Friends, This fall has been full of unexpected change and opportunity for Partnership with Children. Like many other organizations in New York City, our students, schools and staff were all affected by Hurricane Sandy. In the wake of this disaster Governor Andrew Cuomo announced an $8.2 million grant from FEMA for...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Partnership with Children's Summer Quest Program!
    By - Gina Taglieri - Interim Director of Development
    Dear Friends,   This summer has been a busy one for Partnership with Children, helping us evolve and grow as an organization. Margaret Crotty joined as our new Executive Director in April 2012, replacing Michelle Sidrane, who has retired.  Ms. Crotty has already made many exciting changes to the agency.   Our...
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Another Year Comes to an End
    By - Melissa Brody - Manager, Marketing & Community Outreach
    Dear Friends, It’s hard to believe there are only a few weeks left in the school year and summer is just around the corner. Nearly 40 students from three Alternate Learning Schools (ALCs) that we work in participated in Walking the Path this year. ALCs provide an educational setting for students who are serving long...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Walking the Path Oscars!
    By - Melissa Brody - Manager, Marketing & Community Outreach
    Dear Friends, While the official Oscars may be this weekend, we had our own Academy Awards earlier this month with our August Martin High School Walking the Path participants.  Eight students were challenged to write a memoir or personal story that significantly affected their lives and turn it into a short film. They...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    News from Walking the Path!
    By - Melissa Brody - Manager, Marketing & Community Outreach
    Dear Friends, Happy New Year! It’s an exciting time of year for our Walking the Path students—especially those at August Martin High School! Prior to the holidays, a group of 8 students spent weeks writing and producing their own video memoir. They first worked with the school’s English Language...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school has received 29 donations
    • 3 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Another Year of Success and a New Year Upon Us
    By - Melissa Brody - Manager, Marketing & Community Outreach
    Dear Friends, With another school year under our belt, we have some great successes to share with you from last year! Our students at John Jay High School spent the year learning how to express themselves through poetry and photography.  Through a series of workshops, they have learned to tell their own life stories...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Walking the Path - Kids Tell Their Stories
    By - Jonathan Streeter - Marketing and Community Outreach Manager
    Walking the Path - May 2011 UpdateAt the WEB Dubois school, we implemented the full version of Walking the Path from March 28 to April 8, 2011. This project focuses on the creation of a memoir, in which the student writes a personal story, takes photos and then creates a video with spoken word and still images. We...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Spring Updates from Walking the Path
    By - Liz Roy - Communications and Community Outreach Manager
    Dear Friends, It is an exciting time for Walking the Path! Our Alternative Learning Center (Suspension Sites) students are involved in a range of activities as part of the Walking the Path program, from learning to see through a "creative lens" to mastering the techniques of producing music. All of the activities help...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Keeping Kids in School
    By - Liz Roy - Manager, Communications and Community Outreach
    Dear Friends, Walking the Path has been busy this month working with two new groups of high school students at Alternative Learning Centers in Brooklyn, New York (sites that students are sent to for the duration of their out-of-school suspensions). We're excited to re-engage these at-risk students in learning at such a...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school has received 78 donations
    • 4 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Starting Up a New School Year of Walking the Path!
    By - Liz Roy - Communications and Community Outreach Manager
    Dear Friends,Walking the Path is busy setting up programs in new Alternative Learning Centers (ALCs) where Partnership with Children is working this year. ALCs are learning sites for students who have been suspended from their "home" schools. Chronic absenteeism is a common issue at ALCs, where student motivation is often...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Beyond the College Essay: Digital Bio's
    By - Liz Roy - Communications and Community Outreach Manager
    Dear Friends, What is more daunting for a high school student than writing application essays for college admissions? It is a nerve-wracking process, particularly for students who struggle with literacy skills and may not have strong academic support at home. To help our high school students with the process this past...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    College Readiness Program
    By - Liz Roy - Communications and Community Outreach Manager
    Dear Friends, We're happy to share with you that Walking the Path and Partnership with Children have been collaborating in a unique College Readiness Program for 11th and 12th graders at Maxwell High School in East New York, Brooklyn for the past few months. Students in the program created autobiographies that focus on...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Helping Children and Teens Tell Their Stories
    By - Liz Roy - Communications and Community Outreach Manager
    Dear Supporters, Over the past few months students taking part in Walking the Path immersed themselves in writing and video-producing to create digital autobiographies. I can not recount every story here, but wanted to share that of one particular student, a 15 year old female ninth-grade student in Brooklyn. Through...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Capturing Life in Images and Words
    By - Liz Roy - Communications Manager
    We're happy to report that the frigid winter temperatures did not scare away our students from venturing into their neighborhoods to take photos and video of their home surroundings as part of our Walking the Path program! The surroundings are the backdrop to the students' personal stories about the events that have shaped...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school has received 186 donations
    • 5 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    News from Walking the Path!
    By - Liz Roy - Communications and Community Outreach Manager
    Dear Friends, We hope you will take a moment to view the new photos we posted, which represent the work of seven students at John Jay Alternative Learning Center, in Brooklyn, New York. The students, all of whom had been suspended from their "home" schools, spent three days exploring photography, computer technology, and...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Great start to a new schoolyear!
    By - Liz Roy - Communications and Community Outreach Manager
    Dear Friends, We are very happy to report that 14 Partnership with Children staff members have been trained to implement our Walking the Path program in six school sites. They will conduct our new Writer’s Workshops that focus on building students’ writing skills through the use of individual journals, peer...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school posted a progress report
    Walking the Path - Update
    By - Liz roy - Communications and Community Outreach Manager
    Thank you to all of our supporters! Thanks to your generous donations we will be able to expand the number of students who participate in Walking the Path, our digital storytelling program. This summer, we are updating the program curriculum for the new school year, to incorporate additional activities to strengthen our...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
    • 6 years ago
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  • Keep high risk inner-city students in school has received 38 donations
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Caitlin Motherway

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New York, NY United States

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