During a special ceremony, KHSA freshmen pledged to graduate and make healthy choices.
PA's Secretary of Education Pedro Rivera toured Logan Elementary and discussed the community schools initiative.
Our community schools hosted service projects to commemorate the life and legacy on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Mayor Kenney visited Southwark School to tour the school and celebrate its community partners.
Recently, our office took a trip to Baltimore to see Baltimore's community schools in action.
Community Schools students participated in the Philadelphia Marathon’s Kids Fun Run.
Mayor Kenney visited Cramp Elementary School, a City of Philadelphia designated community school, to check out its health initiatives.
Healthy schools coordinators are working in each community school to make sure students have the food, water and exercise they need
Our office is excited to introduce the people joining the effort to support Philadelphia's children, families, and communities.
Community schools coordinators completed an intensive eight-day training to ready themselves for the school year ahead.
MOE staff was out and about in the community this past weekend sharing resources and information about pre-K, community schools, STEM, and Career and Technical Education.
In a monthly edition of #AskPhilly, the City's Chief Education Officer Otis Hackney answers questions from curious tweeters about pre-K, community schools, and other education matters affecting Philadelphians.
After months of public engagement and working with communities, the Mayor's Office of Education announces the first nine community schools — one of Mayor Jim Kenney's hallmark initiatives.
At Southwark Elementary in South Philly, building community means building partnerships. Those partnerships are critical, particularly in a richly diverse neighborhood — like the community around Southwark. The neighborhood’s diversity means the neighbors don’t necessarily all have the same needs. So, the school responds by offering a holistic array of programs.
Expanding community schools is one of Mayor Kenney’s biggest priorities. Now hear from Isaiah, a supporter of community schools who has has personally experienced the benefits of having increased support at his neighborhood school.