We will not be able to go back, but we can move forward together
Posted on Telemundo Wisconsin by Jocelyne Pruna
Las escuelas Carmen Schools of Science and Technology se aseguran de que sus 2,000 estudiantes tengan acceso continuo a una educación de calidad al proporcionar tecnología, enviar paquetes de instrucción por correo, clases en línea y garantizar que los maestros permanezcan disponibles para la comunicación de los estudiantes y las familias durante el cierre de las escuelas.
Carmen Schools of Science and Technology ensures that its 2,000 students have continuous access to a quality education by providing technology, mailing instructional packets, online classes, and ensuring that teachers remain available for communication with students and families during the closing of schools.
Press Release: Over 900 Chromebooks and 500 instructional packets provided to Milwaukee students to continue their learning
Carmen Schools of Science and Technology continues instruction, communication, and community amid school closures during Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic
MILWAUKEE – Carmen Schools of Science and Technology is ensuring their 2000 students have ongoing access to a quality education by providing technology, mailing instructional packets, taking learning online, and ensuring educators remain available for student and family communication during school closures.
The Milwaukee-based public charter school network provided more than 900 students in need of computers with Chromebooks and mailed instructional packets to the homes of over 500 families without internet access.
“It’s important for us to respond to our families’ individual needs during this time of crisis. We can provide a source of consistency through learning and offer our students and families a sense of community even while schools are closed,” said Jennifer López, Carmen’s Chief Executive Officer.
Author: Linda Spice Published Date: 5/24/2019
As post-transition coordinator for a charter high school in Milwaukee, Patrick Carter, M.Ed. ’19 has spent seven years closely following students into college and helping them navigate the challenges of higher education.
Then in the spring of 2017, he, too, tackled a new round of classes for himself at Carroll, enrolling in the master of education program, still helping his former students from Carmen High School but not really considering that he’d cross paths with them on one single special date: graduation day.
Carmen High School of Science and Technology was recently ranked a top public high school in Wisconsin by U.S. News & World Report. Founded by Alverno alumnae Patricia Hoben ’04, Carmen uses an abilities-based approach to prepare students for college. The school has become a natural partner for Alverno.