“Just write every day of your life. Read intensely. Then see what happens. Most of my friends who are put on that diet have very pleasant careers.” — Ray BradburyWriting is thinking. Writing is learning. Writing is argument. Writing is everything. This year, in the Buckeye Community Hope Foundation’s Writing Challenge, student writers discovered that writing is thinking, learning, arguing and everything. Over 400 students in 45 buildings participated in this year’s writing challenge. Elementary students read The Buzz on Bees and responded to this non-fiction work about bees and their place in the ecosystem of the earth. Middle school students read Chew on This, a non-fiction text about the production of food. High school students read a series of articles about whether or not a college education is worth the money. Each school selected a winning essay from each grade band for submission to BCHF. A team of five readers read those essays and scored them on a rubric. Each essay was read a minimum of two times and scores combined to identify the winners. Congratulations to the following students who are this year’s Writing Challenge winners. Student winners were awarded with trophies; rewards were also given for schools and teachers. HIGHEST SCORES IN EACH GRADE 3rd Grade: Elvira Iskandar—Horizon Science Academy Dayton Downtown 4th Grade: Cabdullaahi Nuur; Kofi Ocran—Horizon Science Academy Elementary 5th Grade: Danely Caraballo; Aleanna Britton; Charity Jones—Lincoln Park Academy 6th Grade: EliJah Berindoave —Buckeye Preparatory Academy 7th Grade: Alisha Powell—Winton Preparatory Academy 8th Grade: Lacey Yacketta—Constellation Schools: Puritas Community Middle GRADES 3-5 WINNER Danely Caraballo; Aleanna Britton; Charity Jones—Lincoln Park Academy GRADES 6-8 WINNER Lacey Yacketta—Constellation Schools: Puritas Community Middle School GRADE 9-12 WINNER & OVERALL HIGHEST SCORING AVERAGE Anvar Akhmedov—Horizon Science Academy Dayton High School
Thank you for your interest in partnering with Buckeye Community Hope Foundation as your potential charter school Authorizer.
Buckeye Community Hope Foundation hosted a new school applicant webinar on Friday, May 20th to review the RFP for schools wishing to open for the 2017-2018SY.
Below you will find links to the following:Recorded Application Webinar (Right Click 'Save Link As' to Download video file) New School Application for the 2017-2018SY – Please refer to the Submission Timeline Application Evaluation Rubric Sample BCHF Contract Sample BCHF Contract with Exhibits New School Considerations Forms for IRN and Initiating Payments If you have questions regarding the application process, please contact Jennifer Robison, Associate Director, at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call (614) 942-2002.