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At Enterprise Charter School (ECS), we are dedicated to inspiring the minds of every student and supplying them with the tools they need to meet the academic challenges they will encounter. By partnering with parents/caregivers on this endeavor, we know the sky is the limited for our students. This is why we welcome and encourage parent involvement to create an environment and culture of academic success.
There are many ways parents/caregivers can participate and support your child (ren):
Your child’s teacher will have suggestions on how you may get involved in extended classroom learning. We encourage you to also think of ways you can make this school year the best year ever and share these ideas with teachers, staff and your child. I know, as a parent/caregiver, how busy life gets, but a few minutes or an hour a week can make a HUGE difference in your child’s education success. .
We here at ECS know that parenting is one of the toughest jobs in the world; this is why we stand-by to assist our families. When your child (ren) comes to school, our dedicated teachers and staff reinforce the same values you hold dear to help students reach their full potential.
Keeping avenues of communication open with our parent partners is our ongoing commitment. The pages under the Parents Tab detail some of the ways we work together to help your children succeed.
Thank you for being a parent who cares about education. We are delighted to work with you in continuing to provide a safe, welcoming school environment in which your children will thrive.
(the following meetings are held at Enterprise Charter School)
Family Fun Night- Family Fun Nights are held the last Thursday of the month from 5:00-7:00. Each night has a different theme, and we encourage ALL family and community members to attend.
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Tuesday, February 7th, 2017TASC Program (GED) to be Offered at ECS - Starts April 18th
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