Letter of Support for Boggs Ed




It has become widely known that the Boggs Educational Center's strength comes from our community support.  We are now looking to our multiple communities for help.  Would you be willing to write a letter in support of our efforts?  These may be used for authorizers or other potential partners.  A short template is included here, but please feel free to compose your own!  Feel free to ask others to do the same!  We appreciate you tremendously.  Please forward letters to Julia at [email protected]  Thanks!

Teachers Wanted!

The Boggs Educational Center is looking for classroom-based teachers who are committed to our mission to nurture creative, critical thinkers who contribute to the well-being of their communities.

If you are a certified elementary teacher and interested in helping to re-imagine education, we need you.

Boggs Educational Center Receives Kellogg Foundation Grant


The Boggs Educational Center Project Team of Detroit, Michigan, is developing a community-based school on the East Side of the city.  The development phase currently consists of planning and design in the areas of community outreach, business and management preparation, enrollment, and programming, including development of a locally sustainable food service and urban gardening education program.

Boggs Educational Center Year-End Bash

JOIN US for our first fundraiser, the Boggs Educational Center Year-End Bash!  December 29th 7-10 PM, Cass Corridor Neighborhood Development Corp. (CCNDC) at 3535 Cass Ave., Detroit.  Performers include Invincible, the Rosa Parks Youth Violinists, Joe Reilly, spoken word artists, and others!  Admission is based on a sliding scale donation of $10-$20.  Kids under 10 are free.  T-shirts will be for sale.  Please come out and support Boggs Ed!

Thursday, December 29, 2011 -
07:00 to 10:00

Notes from our November Community Conversation

Our fourth Community Conversation was held at Detroit Victory Outreach on Wabash and Selden.  The goal of these gatherings is to involve members of the Detroit neighborhoods, as well as nonlocal supporters, in discussions around education and what they would like to see in a community-based school.  Below are some notes taken by Julia.

Our focus question: How can the community contribute to an effective and positive urban school environment?


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