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Grandparent's Day Friday, Sept. 15th 2pm

UPCOMING:

 

 

Explora Day Sign-Up

September 28th 6:30-8:30

Click Link to Sign Up:  Explora Sign Up Form

Due to limited space available for our families to participate in this event, we must limit sign up to the first 400 people.

Please save a space for your family by sending in this reservation.

Invitation is for immediate family only (parents/guardian, brothers and sisters).

All students must be accompanied by a parent.

 

Science Meeting

Parents, 

The science department will be holding an informational meeting about this years science fair on Wednesday September 13th @5:30 PM. If you have questions about science fair this would be a great meeting to attend. We will go over all the details of due dates, expectations, and more. We look forward to seeing you there. 

 

 

 

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BUS ROUTE INFO

Week at a glance

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Sunday
9/17/17
Monday
9/18/17
Tuesday
9/19/17
Wednesday
9/20/17
Thursday
9/21/17
Friday
9/22/17
Saturday
9/23/17

OUR VISION

At George I. Sanchez our students will be the highest performing in the state. Students will be critical thinkers who are engaged, focused and committed.  We will provide a blended learning environment integrating innovative uses of technology, collaboration, and a global learning community to empower them as lifelong learners.

OUR MISSION

 

At George I. Sánchez Collaborative Community School, we are committed to the high achievement and growth of every student, providing them with a rigorous academic program that sets high expectations and develops critical thinking and problem solving skills through inquiry-based projects.  

Through collaborative work between students, staff, families, and community partners, our students will be prepared with the academic knowledge and skills necessary for high school, leading to college and career success. 

With the mindset of innovation and investigation as guiding principles, students will use technology as a tool for gaining, applying and sharing knowledge.  Technology will be embedded in all that students do and no longer limited to a place they go.

Based on this philosophy we will strive for maximum flexibility to adapt to inevitable changes in technology and teaching methods.  We will move beyond the traditional isolated classroom toward small groupings of partnerships working together to celebrate the differences and similarities between age groups and to foster an environment of mentorship and community.