[Hall Monitor] Meet The Gathering Place, One of San Antonio’s Newest and Busiest Charter Schools

[Hall Monitor] Meet The Gathering Place, One of San Antonio's Newest and Busiest Charter Schools | San Antonio Charter Moms

Note from SA Charter Moms: We are proud to share guest posts from hallmonitor covering San Antonio’s public schools. One of San Antonio’s newest charter schools will hit the ground running this fall with a professional development opportunity in partnership with… Continue Reading

[Hall Monitor] “The children still cannot read”: How I Became Convinced That Curriculum Is an Equity Issue

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Note from SA Charter Moms: We are proud to share guest posts from hallmonitor covering San Antonio’s public schools. At the 2019 Education Writers Association National Conference, Freeman Hrabowski, president of University of Maryland, Baltimore County said that taking down Confederate… Continue Reading

Finding the Right Schools in San Antonio for Your Children – MOMS Club of San Antonio NE Edition

Finding the Right School for Your Child - MOMS Club of San Antonio NE Edition | San Antonio Charter Moms

Talking to parents about schools is one of my favorite things ever. Last week, the MOMS Club of San Antonio—NE hosted me at their monthly meeting at Windcrest United Methodist Church for a presentation about finding the right schools for… Continue Reading

Highlights from the Public Forum for Single Seed Enrichment School

Single Seed Enrichment School information meeting | San Antonio Charter Moms

Single Seed Enrichment School is proposed public charter school that, once approved, will open in August 2019 in the Converse area, northeast of San Antonio. The school’s mission is “To create principled and knowledgeable world leaders through inquiry and innovative… Continue Reading

Mind and body: athletics at Great Hearts Monte Vista

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When I was a student at a large, public high school in San Antonio, it seemed like there was an unbridgeable cultural divide between the jocks and the nerds. Then, when I went to college, at Trinity University, I sat… Continue Reading

Information about potential GED changes from Marisa B. Perez, SBOE Dist. 3

Marisa B. Perez, who represents District 3 (San Antonio & South Texas) on the Texas State Board of Education, recently shared a newsletter with information about potential changes to the high school equivalency program—the GED. The Committee on Instruction is meeting… Continue Reading