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“A TOOL FOR CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE TEACHING”

    This article was originally published here: http://www.narrative4.com/2017/04/tool-culturally-responsive-teaching/   When educators discover the power of the story exchange, they often feel compelled to spread the word. Case in point: Cari Strand, Curriculum Leader at the High School in the Community for Law & Justice (HSC)…

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Champion of the badminton world!

The 2nd Annual Badminton tournament started with 46 competitors. It was not an easy journey, but Jairo and Angel were the last players still swinging rackets. Angel came in breezing through the competition with only Jeremiah giving him a challenge. Jairo, reminiscent of Michael Jordan’s…

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We have a championship match!

Jeremiah and Angel had a match for the ages as they both battled to stay alive in the tournament. The crowd was thrown into an emotional rollercoaster as this match was full of intense moments and lead changes. Jeremiah continued to make magic as he…

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One game down . . .

Why is Jairo a Jalapeño? Because his game is en fuego! And no one has any water! The sophomore cannot be stopped no matter who the opponent is. Even if that opponent is a seasoned veteran like Jen N. Some onlookers thought Jairo didn’t stand…

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Final Four!

The dominance of Angel M. continues as he put an end to the cinderella story that was Lizeth the Dragon Slayer. Angel would have none of the hype as the crowd cheered for Lizeth to continue her run and knock off another heavyweight. Angel gave…

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Badminton fever rolls on!

Little Miss Lizeth turns into the Dragon Slayer once she steps onto the court! The girl rose to the occasion today playing like a child possessed. She first handled Tyron as he sweated profusely around the court with Tymel watching in disbelief. Lizeth 21 Tyron…

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HSC in the Independent: Political Polarization Challenges City High School Students

Photo features HSC students Sean, Lily, and Natalie (front row). From the New Haven Independent, 11/22/16: For New Haven high-school students, the results of the presidential election came as a shock — because they almost all of the information they heard in the months leading…

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HSC Featured in The New Journal: The Magazine about Yale & New Haven

Civics class High School in the Community Thursday morning The students in Justin Scully’s third-period civics class at High School in the Community, a New Haven public school on [Water] Street, laugh more on November 10 than they did on November 9. The day after…

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Courtroom inauguration

HSC had the inauguration and grand opening for its courtroom on Wednesday October 26th, 2016. The courtroom will be an important addition to High School in the Community, especially for the student body. It contributes to the school’s Law and Justice system, allowing students to…

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Wishbone: 6 HSC students earned scholarships for summer programs!

Wishbone at HSC from Matt Brown on Vimeo.

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