Jocelyn Hillman and Lynn Gadsden, founding members of the CPS Board of Trustees, receiving their awards
Vicky Yatzus, Head of School – The Independence School and current ADVIS Board Chair, Lynn Gadsden, CPS Board Chair Emeritus, Jocelyn Hillman, Chair of the CPS Board of Trustees, Eric Jones, Head of School – CPS
Congratulations to Lynn Gadsden, CPS Chair Emeritus, and Jocelyn Hillman, Chair of the CPS Board of Trustees, for being named the recipients of the 2017 Visionary Service Award from the Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools (ADVIS). This award recognizes their leadership as founding trustees of Community Partnership School, and their ongoing dedication to the mission, students, and families of CPS. The CPS family is incredibly proud of Jocelyn and Lynn, and we are grateful for their support and fearless leadership.
The award was presented at ADVIS’ Annual Trustee Conference, hosted by Springside Chestnut Hill Academy on November 8, 2017.
To learn more about the award, please click here.
Please contact email@example.com regarding tickets for the event on July 31, 2017.
In partnership with the Healthy News Works organization, third-grade students will periodically publish a “Healthy Newsletter,” that will focus on the topic of health in our school, life, and community. For the second newsletter, students conducted interviews with CPS faculty. The second article is about, “Learning to rebound from a setback.” This project was made possible through the assistance of former Philadelphia Inquirer Journalist, Ms. Marian Ulhman.
Please click the link for the full article:
Community Partnership School Healthy Herald #2
The fifth grade cooking class was featured in the Food section of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Click to read more.
The Philadelphia Inquirer summarizes Community Partnership School’s past decade of success, with an eye towards the future. http://mobile.philly.com/news/?wss=/philly/education&id=368905001#oK4vj8bKHpKzORyz.99
The Winter 2016 issue of Lilipoh Magazine features an article about Community Partnership School. Click here to read the full article.