BLACK LIVES MATTERLAS VIDAS NEGRAS IMPORTANحياة السود مهمّة 黑人的命也是命LA VIE DES NOIRS COMPTE黒人の命も大切ጥቁር ህይወት ጉዳይእና ውድ ዋጋ ይገባዋልLE VITE DEI NERI CONTANOBLACK LIVES MATTER
"All students who graduate from our Dual Language Immersion Early College Campus will be prepared to succeed in college and civic life as leaders in the quest for social justice and anti-racism. We develop intellectually curious, self-motivated scholars who are articulate communicators in two languages, critical thinkers and consumers, cultural ambassadors, and contributing community members. We focus on socio-emotional learning as a key part of our program for students and staff. We demonstrate perseverance, ethics and character in the pursuit of excellence. Restorative practices are the foundation of our school climate, as we enhance relationships and build community. As lifelong learners in the pursuit of excellence and innovation, we foster a growth mindset through which teachers, administrators, students, parents, and community members all collaborate to achieve goals and overcome obstacles. We utilize technology responsibly to personalize learning and support the learning process across distance. We trust one another to continually improve our practices."
CLASS OF 2022 &
CLASS OF 2023
SUMMER ACCELERATION SESSIONS FOR CLASS OF 2022
& CLASS OF 2023 SESIONES de ACELERACION de
JULY 26 - AUGUST 6, 2021 / 06 de JULIO - 6 de AGOSTO
Greetings Class of 2022 and Class of 2023!
We are offering several opportunities this summer for you to re engage in school in person! We want to offer rising Senior and Juniors the opportunity to participate with us and get ready for the next school year.
Please answer the questions below and let us know what you would be interested in signing up for.
It is only 2 weeks. July 26th-August 6th!
We hope to see you there!
Ms. Thweatt and Mr. Jones
¡Saludos Clase de 2022 y Clase de 2023!
¡Estamos ofreciendo varias oportunidades este verano para que vuelvas a participar en la escuela en persona! Queremos ofrecer a los estudiantes del último año y del tercer año la oportunidad de participar con nosotros y prepararse para el próximo año escolar.
Responda las preguntas a continuación y háganos saber en qué le interesaría registrarse.
Son solo 2 semanas. ¡Del 26 de julio al 6 de agosto!
¡Esperamos verte ahí!
Sra. Thweatt y Sr. Jones
LINCOLN SUMMER ACCELERATION PROGRAM
PROGRAMA DE ACELERACIÓN DE VERANO EN LINCOLN
JULY 6 - JULY 30, 2021 / 06 de JULIO - 30 de JULIO
Join us for our Acceleration Program!
This Summer we are providing in-person programing to a select group of students (7th-8th). Students can expect to prep for Math & ELA while also engaging in Theater, Art, App Builder, Zumba classes and off campus adventures!
Su estudiante fue seleccionado para reconectarse y participar en nuestro Programa de Aceleración! Este verano brindamos programación en persona a un grupo selecto de estudiantes (7º a 8º). ¡Los estudiantes pueden prepararse para matemáticas y ingles mientras también participan en clases de teatro, arte, creación de aplicaciones, Zumba y aventuras fuera de la escuela!
July 06th - July 30th Monday - Thursday:
Normal Scheduling Fridays: Field Experience
HORARIO DE VERANO
06 de Julio - 30 de Julio Lunes - Jueves:
Programación normal Viernes: Experiencia fuera de la escuela
What TIME is the Acceleration Program?
10AM - 2PM (ALL STUDENTS)
9AM - 10AM (SMALL GROUP SUPPORT)
¿A qué HORA es el Programa de Aceleración?
10AM - 2PM (TODOS LOS ESTUDIANTES)
9AM - 10AM (APOYO PARA GRUPOS PEQUEÑOS)
WHAT'S FIELD EXPERIENCE
Every Friday Students will participate in outdoor activities and off campus adventures. (Field Day, Sports Day, Field Trips, etc.)
¿QUÉ ES EXPERIENCIA FUERA DE LA ESCUELA?
Todos los viernes los estudiantes participarán en actividades all aire libre y aventuras fuera de la escuela.(Día de deportes, excursiones, etc.)
SUMMER BRIDGE PROGRAM
ÚNAS E AL SUMMER PROGRAM A BRIDGE
JULY 6 - JULY 30, 2021
Students will become familiar with the learning environment and get acclimated with CHEC culture while building relationships with staff.
Los estudiantes se familiarizarán con el entorno de aprendizaje y se aclimatarán con la cultura CHEC mientras construyen relaciones con el personal.
NEW ACTIVITIES AND PROGRAMS AWAIT!
NUEVAS, ACTIVIDADES ESPERANY PROGRAMAS!
SUMMER BRIDGE PUENTE GRADE 9/10: CLICK HERE
Perla Guzman Martinez, a sophomore at Columbia Heights Education Campus, struggled to catch up in her classes after recovering from COVID-19.
Tyrone Turner / WAMU/DCist
Perla Guzman Martinez woke up on the second day of the year in a cold sweat. The 15-year-old’s body ached and she could not stop shaking.
The teenager said does not know how she and the rest of her family became infected with the coronavirus. The family is careful to wear face masks outside their apartment in Fort Totten, which they only leave for necessities.
After two weeks of missing class, Guzman Martinez’ coronavirus symptoms began to ease. But as she prepared to log back on for virtual learning, the sophomore at Columbia Heights Education Campus in the District faced another challenge: finals.
“At that point, school wasn’t even important, if I’m being completely honest,” she said.
Her mother and stepfather, who are not fluent in English, suffered more severe symptoms of the virus than the teenager did. The language barrier meant Guzman Martinez and her older sister, a college student, became responsible for tracking down information about COVID-19 testing sites and local organizations that were offering food and other assistance. The 15-year-old helped care for her parents as they recovered, brewing tea and cooking eggs and bacon and quesadillas.
“What people don’t talk about is the emotional toll that having COVID takes on you,” she said. “It’s really hard to focus because there are so many other worries.”
That toll has been unevenly felt among the D.C. region’s public schoolchildren.
MISSION AWARD RECIPIENTS - TEACHER OF THE MONTH
SOCIAL MEDIA HUB
At CHEC, there is power in student voice, and it isn't a voice that teachers can give. We don't give voices here. We make space for students interested in learning how to fight for their lives, our lives, and their nation. From discussion about the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 in communities of color, to immigration reform, housing descrimination, mass incarceration, police brutality our students are ready, willing and able to engage in courageous conversations.