SPECIAL CHEERLEADER CHANGING PERSPECTIVES AT E.C. CENTRAL
Nataly Gracia is the newest junior varsity cheerleader leading the school spirit this basketball season. She is an East Chicago Central High School senior, She may have been born with Down Syndrome, but don't tell her she has special needs.
"I have never seen anyone with such a pure spirit and love for their school and peers," said Tereka Boone, E.C. Central cheerleading head coach. "She radiates, and people gravitate to her. It's really quite unbelievable."
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George Washington Title I Distinguished School.pdf
CONGRATULATIONS GEORGE WASHINGTON ELEMENTARY!
Washington Elementary was nominated as Title I Distinguished School for 2013-2014 school year. The competition was very strong and Washington Elementary is to be highly commended for being one of the top eight high growth and closing the achievement gap Title I schools in the state. We are very proud of our Washington Senators Faculty and Staff!
ARE YOU IN NEED OF HEALTH INSURANCE?
Community HealthNet outreach program is now located at East Chicago Central High School every Wednesday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. If you have questions, please visit the school or contact Gloria Nunez at 219.359.4841 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Designed to motivate students to complete high school on time and to pursue higher education, the Ford Motor Company Fund program targets high schools with a significant Latino student population and brings Ford Fund educational initiatives and partnerships to a community to create a deep impact. In Chicago, the Tour will be implemented in seven schools through partnerships with ASPIRA Illinois and the U.S. Hispanic Leadership Institute.
The Tour includes financial assistance through scholarships and grants; high energy, motivational student assemblies; and a contest in which thousands of students are invited to share their dreams.
STUDENT/PARENT HANDBOOK EXCERPT
2014 - 2015 Teacher-Student Calendars