Community Action School

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    SCHOOL CLOSING
    Hi All. NYC Schools will be closed Monday, March 16th through Monday, April 20th. We will transition to online learning on Monday, March 23rd. I will be in touch with more details this week. Please take care of yourselves and your families. - Mr. Sullivan

    Grab and Go breakfast and lunch will be available all week at the main entrance (March 16th - 20th)

    Important:
    Please sign up for your school account here:
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    REMOTE LEARNING RESOURCE TAB
    Our Remote Learning Resource tab is filled with important information about access to technology, free internet, Google Classroom, and more! Stay involved!
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    STAY CONNECTED CAS
    Families, we will be in contact via text message and email. Please check your messages often!
 
 
 

The School

The Community Action School (CAS) was founded in 1994 with the vision of creating a rigorous and supportive program for an academically diverse community of learners. Our teaching staff are highly dedicated and make themselves available to students and teachers, during and after school. They are trained and committed to ensuring that every student is challenged in order to achieve their full academic, social, and emotional potential.

 
 
 
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    Parent Involvement

    Get involved in your child's education! Please see our Parent Involvement page for more information, resources, and possible opportunities to get connected!

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    Independent Reading Program

    Students at CAS are actively involved in our Independent Reading Program. Students, on average, read about two books per month! Please, visit our Book Talks page for suggested book lists and student book reviews.

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    7th Grade Camping Trip!

    Every year our 7th grade class heads upstate to Clearpool Education Center in Carmel, NY for a three-day and two-night educational camping experience. Please contact your child's HR teacher for more information, camping forms, photos, and more!

 
 

Admissions

Ready for the challenge
of educating children
responsibly?