Our Annual Fundraising Event: A Mardi Gras themed Gala is this Saturday evening!
Come and enjoy the Barrage Band Orchestra, Stilt Walkers, DJ, Resurrection & Wine, Food by Tooloulou Pizza what more could you ask for in a fun night at City Neighbors Charter School!
Of course we are going to have amazing silent auction items as well as raffle baskets! We just confirmed our biggest silent auction item: A trip to New Orleans!!
Not just any trip it includes the following:
- Family Membership to Audubon Institute: includes unlimited visits to Zoo, Bug Zoo AND zoos and Aquariums around the world. $149.00 value
- (4) Tickets to Monthly Concert Series at Marsalis Center for Music, 1901 Bartholmew St., NOLA $75.00 value
- (2) Tickets to Delfeayo Marsalis and the Uptown Jazz Orchestra at the Snug Harbor, 626 Frenchman Street. Includes drinks with Mr. Marsalis, and if in town Ellis Marsalis (senior). $100.00 value
- Two days of unlimited rides on NOLA Streetcar – all lines. $25.00 value
- Dinner at (1) iconic NOLA restaurant: Brennan’s. $150.00 value
- Breakfast and free mugs from Community Coffee. $25.00 value
- AND a $700.00 gift card to Southwest airlines!! * Unfortunately accommodations are not included.
Tickets are $25.00 or $45.00 at the door. Simply click on the Donate link below. Please write on the memo line the names of the guests.
Doors open at 7pm! Visit the Facebook page for all the latest information.
Also, there will be babysitting for children 5 and older. $10 for first child and $7 for each additional child. They will be on our third floor.
There is no excuse so come and join the fun!
The mission of City Neighbors Charter School is to provide an extraordinary public school education with high academic achievement for all students. Our ultimate goal for our school is that through Project Based Learning, Arts Integration, parental involvement and community outreach, the students leave enlivened, with deep awareness of themselves, their families and the outside community, and with the capacity to be good citizens.
At CNCS our classrooms serve as individual model communities where issues are discussed, differences in perspectives are welcomed and children work cooperatively, rather than competitively. The CNCS governance model - including parents, business and community leaders, teachers, students and the principal - reflect our commitment to cooperative governance, based on the principles of human dignity, consensus, and freedom. Our belief and experience is that when given a strong structure to support generative thinking as well as meaningful activities to perform, all children and adults strive for excellence. Because of this focus, CNCS' impact on the lives of students and families and the community will be powerful, positive and long lasting.
Statement on Diversity
Diversity is essential to who we are!
In this spirit, City Neighbors embraces the diversity within our school, community and world. We endeavor to create an environment that values all people of any ability, age, family structure, gender, gender identity, race, religion, sexual orientation, or socioeconomic status.
We strive to create this environment through our curriculum, interactions, staffing, policies and procedures.
As the families, staff, and students of City Neighbors, we accept the responsibility to help every member of our school feel safe, respected and valued.
We share the goal that every parent has for their child: to learn and be successful in school and in life. The educational approach at City Neighbors focuses on teaching for thinking and understanding. Using the State Content Standards as an academic framework, we set high expectations for every child. We believe in a project based learning environment where children can learn more in the process of exploring ideas, making predictions, building models of their ideas, and testing outcomes as they apply their knowledge. In this process we encourage children to be empowered by knowledge and thinking for their own lives and for the good of the community. They also become passionate learners as we engage them in work that makes sense to them. You can learn more about our approach to education by following the main links across the top of the web site.
The deadline for accepting enrollment applications for 2014-15 has ended.
Any applications received will be placed at the end of the waiting list for the grade to which you applied.
The lottery will be held this Friday, Feb. 28th. If your child is selected, we will contact you.