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CHAMPS receives $15,000 grant from the Italian Federation

The Italian Foundation in conjunction with the Consulate General of Italy awarded @ChampsCharter an Italian Incentive Language Grant for the 2018-2019 academic year in the amount of $15,000. Grazie! Prof. Schraeder will put the funds to use in her Italian classes.

CHAMPS places at the Citibank On Line Financial Literacy Debate

Congratulations to Gabriela Jimenez who placed 4th in a highly competitive tournament of 90 students at the Citibank On Line Financial Literacy Debate Tournament. Gaby placed higher than the two top varsity debaters in our league and won a $250 scholarship. Go CHAMPS Debate!


There is an important election coming up on June 5 that will impact our school, and we are asking you to get out to vote! Voters will cast their ballots and help elect the next Governor and Superintendent of Public Instruction. Both positions will have a big impact on the future of public schools and students – including charter public schools and students.

CHAMPS Dancers Excel at YAGP

UPDATE!! Ensemble makes YAGP Finals! NYC Bound! Dance Ensemble brings home honors at Youth America Grand Prix on the campus of USC. Plus our choreographer gets top honors!


CHAMPS’ FIRST participation in the National student art contest, REFLECTIONS, was a huge success for us at CHAMPS! As part of the PTA REFLECTIONS Arts in Education Program, we are proud to announce that Nine (9) of our students will be receiving awards at the 31st District PTA, Annual Reflections Open House and Awards Reception. We are proud to congratulate our students who participated in the first REFLECTIONS Programs at CHAMPS! The following students are being honored for the achievement of their artwork and are being recognized with an Award in the category of the submission. The award honors imagination, creativity, and interpretation of the theme “WITHIN REACH”

Say Something!

Too often after an act of youth violence, facts come out that friends suspected or knew something was going to happen but didn’t know what to do with that information. In fact, in 4 out of 5 school shootings, at least one other person knew of the shooter’s intent but said nothing. Additionally, 7 out of 10 people who complete suicide told someone of their plans or gave some type of warning or indication. Imagine how much tragedy could be averted if these individuals said something?The Say Something program raises awareness and teaches students to recognize warning signs, signals and threats; and to “Say Something” to a trusted adult. If you see or hear anything on campus regarding a person doing self-harm or harm to others, say something to a school administrator.
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