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Here’s what CPS students have to say…
Megan Crook, Class of 2017 Graduate –I want to start by saying, high school is never easy. The maturity that grows within a person in these four years, comes from monumental experiences. Everyone has different things to deal with during high school. Whatever it may be, we had to overcome it. But we did it. Being able to walk across the stage, shake the hands of the people who made the difference for us and having a high school diploma in your hands. As long as I can remember getting my diploma would never be a second thought. That was my attitude until I actually got to high school. As Mr. Mike Perez famously says “no one graduates high school on their own.” *Read more here
CPS is like no other school you have ever attended. For more information click here.
Today at Community Time, Kendall from Concrete Couch came to tell us that this Saturday they are building a playground. You can get a credit from coming to help build from 9-4 pm. Tuesday Skillshare starts, 9:30-11, see Ms. Miller to sign up and be part of projects...read more
Today at Community Time we learned that today is National Salami Day. CPS will be hiring a student for an after school maintenance position. The position pays $10 an hour from 3pm-4:30pm 3-5 days a week. If you are interested please see Ms. Kelley to sign up. Ms....read more
Its time for the CPS Open House!
Join us for music, food, games, drawing, and prizes. Learn about the programs and people of Community Prep School and stay for the poker run and auction with our partner, the Sober Souls MC! **Stop by CPS this Sunday 9/24 from 11am to 4pm. Click HERE for more information!
Don’t forget to check out The Gazette’s fantastic photos from the 2017 Spring Graduation!
*Community Prep School is in the news! Check out this Gazette article
about our partnership with Landmark Community School!
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On June 29, The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights(OCR) announced that it has reached settlements with education organizations in seven states and one territory to ensure website accessibility for people with disabilities. The agreements cover issues raised under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 to online services and programs.
As a public school, your website content and functionality must be accessible to persons with disabilities. The League recommends immediately posting on your school website a notice to persons with disabilities about how to request access to online information or functionality that is not currently accessible. The League will be developing additional resources for member charter schools in the coming months. In the meantime, click here to access the ADA Best Practices Toolkit.