BLACKWATER COMMUNITY-AKIMEL O'OTHAM PEE POSH CHARTER SCHOOL
"QUALITY EDUCATION BEGINS HERE"

SY 2017-18:Event Calendar {in PDF-Click Here} {in Word-click Here}
Preschool-Open Enrollment In Progress-Details Here
School Calendar SY 2017-18 (pdf)
BWCS 5th Grade Promotion May 25, 2017:Students Enterance
BWCS 5th Grade Promotion May 25, 2017:Principal Mr. Sharma-Welcoming
BWCS 5th Grade Promotion May 25, 2017:GRIC Hon'ble Gov. Lewis-Addressing
BWCS 5th Grade Promotion May 25, 2017:GRIC Lt. Gov. M Antone-Addressing
BWCS 5th Grade Promotion May 25, 2017:Students Celebrating

Laptop Winner: Family Literacy Night-Aug. 31st, 2017

"Committed & Caring Staff"

Blackwater Community School hosts "Family Literacy Nights" frequently (once a month) to enhance not oly the Parental Involvement but also we are relentlessly pursuing to help increase the Literacy among our community, we serve. We have been getting very positive response from the parents and guardians for which we are very grateful and appreciative. Our next "Family Literacy" event is scheduled on September 7th, 2017 from 5:30pm till 7:00pm for NYCP Grant based preschool. We also distribute Reading books free of cost for children during these events.

From Principal Desk...

The Blackwater Community School Leadership Team is committed to serving our school's faculty, staff, and children, and families with integrity, fairness, trust, and inspirational leadership. We will strive to build a school culture that is consistently honest, supportive and respectful to each other and to all who grace our school with their presence. In active partnership with our colleagues and families, we will create and pursue a vision for educational excellence that is based on abiding belief that each adult in our school will exercise sound judgement and the honest regard for individual differences.

Mission & Philosophy...

  • Creating child-centered, activity based learning environments;
  • Incorporating individual learning styles in the delivery of instruction;
  • Implementing developmentally appropriate curriculum for all children;
  • Encouraging adults to actively support their children's education;
  • Demonstrating respect for others and self;
  • Valuing culture and language as a cornerstone for learning.

In order to support these values four goals have been identified:

  • All children read independently by third grade
  • All students will test proficient/advanced in reading and math as measured by state standards.
  • Students demonstrate knowledge of their language/culture
  • Individual student attendance rate of 90% or better
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