Atlantic City Community Charter School

Atlantic City Community Charter School to Hold Saturday Academy Starting Jan. 24

Atlantic City Community Charter School will hold Saturday Academy for selected students starting on Jan. 24 in order to prepare them for the New Jersey State Test (PARCC). Students in grades 3, 4 and 5 are invited to attend.

Saturday Academy will take place from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Jan. 24, Jan. 31, Feb. 7, Feb. 21, Feb. 28 and March 7.

Saturday Academy will focus on reading and math. Each day, students will read, write and discuss key questions related to the books they read. For math, students will work on grade-level standards and problem-solving. They will also take practice tests on computers or iPads. Student work will be individualized according to student need.

There will be a 10 to 1 student-teacher ratio, so your child we get the attention he or she needs in order to do well on the State Test in March and May.

Transportation will not be provided. Families will need to provide transportation to and from the school. Lunch will not be provided, but students will be provided with snacks each day. Students are asked to dress appropriately. School uniform is recommended but not required.

Letters were sent home with eligible students on Friday, Jan. 16. Please return the form attached to the letter by Wednesday, Jan. 21, to register your child for Saturday Academy.


Registration is closed for the 2015-2016 school year

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Press of Atlantic City: New Charter School in Atlantic City Focuses on Literacy


ATLANTIC CITY — The focus of the new Atlantic City Community Charter School is literacy and that includes sending books home every night for students to read with their families....

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The Eagles Book Mobile and Storybook Man visited Atlantic City Community Charter School this week.

Storybook Man read to students and distributed books for them to take home.

Every summer and fall, the Eagles Book Mobile travels to hundreds of Philadelphia area schools, shelters, libraries, recreation centers and summer camps. At each site the Eagles Storybook Man reads aloud to children and distributes a free, new book to each child, most of whom have never owned a book."