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Category Archive: School Visit

SCHOOL VISIT: Ana and Brandie visit Arts Academy Elementary Charter School

Yesterday we visited Arts Academy Elementary Charter School in Allentown, PA. AAECS provides a rich and comprehensive educational program for students in grades K-5 by employing an intensive artistic immersion program. A rigorous and traditional academic program is enhanced with rich and varied weekly experiences in Dance,

SCHOOL VISIT: Ana and Brandie visit Agworks at CCA

Yesterday, Ana and Brandie visited Agworks at CCA! AgWorks is a living, learning, laboratory in Harrisburg, PA where students of all ages get hands-on experience with aquaponics. We saw a variety of plants all grown in a soil free closed ecosystem right in the building!

SCHOOL VISIT: Ana and Brandie visit Agora Cyber Charter School

Last week, Ana and Brandie visited the beautiful new offices of Agora Cyber Charter School! At Agora, they believe the responsibility of educating a child is a team approach. From rigorous academics and student engagement in the teaching classroom to parent involvement through workshops and face-to-face meetings,

SCHOOL VISIT: Ana visits Widener Partnership Charter School (WPCS)

Today Ana and Brandie visited Widener Partnership Charter School (WPCS) in Chester, PA. The WPCS provides the context for students to work in collaborative relationships both within and outside the school to provide service to the greater community by providing a multicultural,

SCHOOL VISIT: PCPCS visits Vida Charter School

Ana visited Vida Charter School in Gettysburg today and was so impressed by how successful their Spanish immersion program is. Vida is certainly meeting its purpose by educating students in two languages while providing academic excellence in a healthy, positive environment.

SCHOOL VISIT: PCPCS visits Laboratory Charter School of Communications and Language

Yesterday PCPCS visited Laboratory Charter School of Communications and Language. The school’s mission is to provide a program that will prepare students to communicate effectively in more than one language and to see the world from three perspectives: global, international and national.