Saturday, February 6, 2010

Support our Brothers and Sisters @188 in Lower Manhattan!

Please Join Council woman Rosie Mendez on Thursday, February 11th
STOP THE EXPANSION OF GIRLS PREP CHARTER SCHOOL AT P.S 188
MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD:   SAVE OUR NEIGHBORHOOD PUBLIC SCHOOLS
PROTEST at 4:30pm at PS 188 442 East Houston St. and Ave D
PRESS CONFERENCE at 5:00pm at PS 188
PUBLIC HEARING 6:00pm at PS 188
(sign up to speak at 5:30pm)
Please contact Barbara Sherman at Rosie's office with any questions at: bsherman@council.nyc.gov or (212) 677-1077
Written comments can be sent to D01Proposals@schools.nyc.gov
52 Chambers Street Room 320 New York, NY 10007 Telephone: 212-374-0209 Fax: 212-374-5588.
Oral comments can be left at 718-935-4415.

2 comments:

  1. Date: Thu, 18 Feb 2010 14:17:48 -0500
    From: info@nycCharterSchools.org
    Subject: REMINDER: Panel for Educational Policy Public Meeting, February 24

    February 18, 2010

    Show your support for public charter schools!

    Date: Wednesday, February 24
    Time: 5 pm arrival (6 pm start)
    Location: High School for Fashion Industries, 225 W. 24th Street, New
    York, NY 10011
    Transportation: Bus- M10 to 23rd Street; M23 to 7th or 8th Ave./
    Subway- 1, C, E, F, N, Q, R, V to 23rd St.

    Speaker sign-up will begin at 5:30 pm at the door and will close at
    6:30 pm. Each speaker will be allowed two minutes to speak during the public comment portions of the meeting.

    For any questions please contact CPAN Director, Valerie Babb
    cpanforparents@gmail.com

    New York City Charter School Center
    111 Broadway, Suite 604, New York, NY 10006
    tel: 212.437.8300 | fax: 212.227.2763
    info@nycCharterSchools.org
    www.nycCharterSchools.org


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June 4th City-Wide School-Community Based Protests: No School-Based Budget Cuts or School Layoffs

June 4th City-Wide School-Community Based Protests:  No School-Based Budget Cuts or School Layoffs
Parents, Students, and School Workers at PS 15 Demand Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Klein Prioritize Spending for Public Education!

Public Education in NYC has faced over 500 million in cuts since 2009. The Mayor must seek other revenues instead of cutting our schools and other important services that are the lifeblood of our communities!

Bailouts for Banks and Wall Street but NOT FOR OUR KIDS? SAVE OUR SCHOOLS... STOP THE FORCES WHO SEEK TO DISMANTLE AND DESTROY PUBLIC EDUCATION!