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School Hours: W 8:00 AM –12:45 PM
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It’s that time of year again. RAPCS is now accepting application for the 2017 – 2018 school year. The online application is now available and will remain open until Wednesday, March 1 2017 at midnight.
Any parent wishing for their student to return to Richard Allen Preparatory Charter School for the 2017-2018 school year must complete an online Intent to return form for each student. Any parent wishing to enroll a new student(s) will need to complete an online application for the new student(s).
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 215 878 1544.
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Welcome to the Panther 200 Club
From left: Chyna, 6th Grade: Nysha, 8th Grade: Samuka, 5th Grade: Kiyona, 7th Grade: Mohamed, 7th Grade
Not in photo: Sideeq, 6th Grade: Delicia, 6th Grade: Amira, 5th Grade: Zaniyah, 6th Grade: & Asim, 6th Grade
Richard Allen Preparatory Charter School rolls out new mural, community events, and 3 other things you need to know.
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The Changing of the Ginkgo
(from left, back row) Darren Smith, Lee Ann Fenderson, Abubakkar Sesay, Asstan Cisse, Amir Saulsberry, Shamod Wilmore, Arieana Horton, AsiaClark, Tina Nguyen, Atlantis Hester, Jason Vo, Matewoss Kebede, Amy Henderson, and Amanda White(front row) Samuel Washington, Amy Mulligan, Julie Le, and Adyra Golden
On December 7th, our students unveiled The Changing of the Ginkgo. A mural inspired by the oldest tree on the continent, the Ginkgo tree, located at Bartram’s Garden.
Students, parents and staff members gathered in the lobby at RAPCS to celebrate the student's hard work & creativity. During the ceremony, Amy Henderson, RAPCS Art Teacher, addressed the students & staff with a thoughtful remark. The attendees also heard from students Asia Parks and Amir Saulsberry.
RAPCS would like to thank Mural Arts Philadelphia for working with our students. This has been another successful and amazing collaboration project. We are all happy to have you all a part of the RACPS family and hope to continue to work with you in the future. As always. thank you to the parents and staff members for supporting our students.
(from left, back row) Darren Smith, Samuel Washington, Amir Saulsberry, Arieana Horton, Abubakkarn Sesay, Jason Vo, Atlantis Hester, Shamod Wilmore, and Matewoss Kebede(front row) Asstan Cisse, Julie Le, Adyra Golden, Tina Nguyen, and Asia Clark
Town Hall Forum
On behalf of the RAPCS Family, we would like to extend a warm thank you to the Parents and Community members who attended the Town Hall forum.
(from left: Quincy "Q" Harris, Electra Smallwood-Jones, Joel Trotter, Larry Jones, Judge Carolyn Nichols, Rep. Joanna McClinton, Rep. Jordan Harris, Rev. Marshall Mitchell)
The RAPCS Peer Mediator program is a facilitated deliberation that helps students in conflict resolve their disputes and create their own solutions, using shared problem-solving techniques within the school environment. Our mediators have had over 20 years of training before they serve as natural, third-parties to help students reach a fair and agreement to the conflict. In addition, they are expected to complete another 12 hour/year of continuing education hours.
For more information, please contact:
Electra Smallwood Jones, Program Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
(From left: Mrs. Taheerah Johnson, Sedonia Hamilton, Miriam Sacko, Chyna Wise, Bazahyah Oliver, Irbrahim Kone, Kelsey Croren, Kadija Bah)