Select student work from the 7/8 "Boom to Bust" Learning Expedition wil be displayed at the Downtown location of the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library on Saturday, April 26th beginning at 11 a.m. It's all a part of the library's Super Hero Saturday!
Saturday, Apr 26, 2014 11 am
Monday, Apr 28, 2014 6:30–7:30 pm
April 22, 2014
Maddi Callanan's editorial essay on Prisoner Education receives a "Runner Up" acknowledgement from the New York Times.
Our entire 9th grade class is participating in a Cancer Learning Expedition with Roswell Park. Throughout the trimester, students will learn about various issues facing cancer research and healthcare. After research and proposal writing, the students will create a service learning project focused on one of the issues they researched. As a group, the students will also organize a Tapestry Community Cancer Awareness Night.
The Limón Dance Company has been a vanguard of American modern dance since 1946. Now in its 68th year, the Company is renowned for its technical mastery and dramatic expression, and demonstrates both the timelessness of Jose Limón's works and the humanistic vision that guides the choices of the pieces in their repertory.
High School Student Government is once again collecting items for its annual Home Again Project. The group will be collecting new and gently-used household items from April 1st - 11th. After the collection period, the students will be assigned a newly resettled refugee family and will clean and set-up their new apartment.
Tapestry Charter School is a K-12 public school for children, parents and teachers who believe in weaving together the essential elements that inspire a lifelong passion for learning.