Welcome Back CSE Community to the 2016-2017 school year!

We are beginning a new and exciting school year together, and in that spirit we can achieve our goals. There have been many wonderful, exciting and significant events that occurred over the summer. Our buildings look phenomenal.  Kudos to the maintenance crew who worked very diligently on the task. We were able to employ more than 20 students to accomplish this goal. Additionally, CSE was able to move forward with technology upgrades (on our plan for the last three years, but the state budget has impeded this till now).  CSE purchased Chrome Books, Chrome Base Desktops, Laptops, Smart Boards, New Firewalls, Higher Speed Internet Connectivity, Band Width, and other various user and back end products to support the highest level of instructional practice.

Curriculum changes have occurred as well. The entire CSE curriculum is now in an electronic format for our staffing patterns to utilize, allowing for a more focused delivery method. The most significant change comes via shifting to Edgenuity as our blended model curriculum platform. This platform allows for a more didactic interaction between our students and the curriculum. Edgenuity allows for a more prescriptive approach to each student’s learning needs and affords more learning styles to be utilized in the process.

I am extremely optimistic that this year will be outstanding. The entire CSE community is encouraged to take ownership of each of our parts in the big picture process, which is to support each and every single one of our young women and men as they move forward in their academic career.

 

Respectfully,

Dr. Nick Viglione

C.E.O.

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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