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Welcome back Students and Families,

Today we embark on the new school year and I am confident the year will be successful. All three of our buildings are looking very good and represent the safe, small, learning environments we promise to provide. The only current issue that is being worked through is transportation, which I have been communicating via our website and mailing correspondence. This is a temporary issue, as we are working diligently on providing you with a more supportive mode of transportation for those who qualify. As explained in the correspondence, all student transportation is provided and coordinated by Erie’s Public Schools who is actively engaging this issue and designing a better resolution. We will keep you informed as information comes to us. Some highlights from the previous year include:

  • Attendance rates increased across the schools, at approximately: 91% at Maritime, 93% at Skills, and 77% at Leadership. Evidence that students want to attend CSE.
  • More than 45 High School students earned college credit, despite Keystone test scores, at three local universities. Evidence that our students are prepared for post-secondary success.
  • More than 100 High School students participated in our work force program, many securing employment in the community (earning more than $110,000 from local community employers). Evidence that our students are learning the soft skills needed for post-secondary employment.
  • Physical conflicts during school hours was less than 10 during the entire school year. Evidence that we are providing a safe environment (although our target number is 0).
  • More than 200 students earned honor cards, evidence that when students receive instruction that meets their level of functioning they excel.
  • More than 98% of our staff are retuning this school year. Evidence that our staff choose to remain in our system.
  • Planning began to relocate our Middle school to Lovell Place. Evidence that our decisions remain focused on the best interest of students.
  • Waiting list at all locations exist, causing the lottery system to be utilized. Evidence that the community believes the CSE mission, vision, and values.

Thank you again for choosing CSE to educate you (your children). We believe when we work together as partners in the process, success is the outcome. We do not advertise excessively, as our opinion is those dollars should be spent on the instruction of our students. However, we encourage our families to spread the message of CSE and speak proudly as a member of the CSE community. Should you have any questions or concerns for the 17-18 school year, please contact your Principal or myself directly.

Have a great school year!

Respectfully,
Dr. Viglione

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Annual School Improvement Plan

Hello Students and Families,

The Annual School Improvement Plan (SIP) is a mechanism to support the continued positive growth of our students and our school. The attached document is for your review. Should you have any questions or comments please contact me directly at 480-5954. This document will be accessible for 30 calendar days and a final version will be board approved and submitted to Pennsylvania Department of Education by June 30th.

Respectfully,
Dr. Viglione

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Important Information Regarding the CSE Middle School…

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mastian-award-Copy-232x300 2017 Youth Work Awards

Dan Mastrian and Lisa Titus were nominated for the their outstanding performance making a difference in the lives of kids relative to Workforce Development. Approximately 55 staff from the region were presented a Youth Work Award, which is an honor in and of itself as nominees represented schools, residential programs, and community programs. Additionally,  Dan won the Youth Empowerment Award which is selected from the panel from the Workforce Board.

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The 3rd annual ununity-ball-banner ity ball was once again a huge success.  Check out the pictures from this great event. 
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Mark Amendola interview with Tom  Pysz on WQLN radio. 

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Hello CSE community,

It is with great enthusiasm that I am sharing the following information regarding our collaboration with Edinboro University.>>

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Charter School is now using Prelude
Prelude is a group learning game that helps engage and motivate students at the start of a term, or training program. Click here to learn more about Prelude »

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Students at the Charter Schools of Excellence have the right to be educated without discrimination because of race, color, religious creed, disability, handicap, ancestry, sexual orientation, national origin, age, sex or marital status.