Past School Years
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Students who successfully completed the 4th Grade Digital Initiative requirements earn the opportunity to own their Chromebooks
CCFA held its 5th Annual Back to School readiness kickoff on August 15th with an amazing “Back to School Bash“ for 120 students and their parents sponsored by One Simple Wish at the Gregory School.
CCFA promotes “families learning and achieving together” at the Gregory School Perfect Attendance Awards Breakfast Ceremony
Time Spring at Girl Scouts Troop 70231 meeting means a “wonderful feeling” about being a girl as each girl receives gifts from CCFA of colorful hair bands, bows, school t-shirts and Girl Scouts water bottles.
The Center for Child and Family Achievement deeply appreciates the dedication and passion expressed by the Turner Construction Company on May 3rd.
The Center for Child and Family Achievement understands the importance of students having a positive self image, a new dress to wear “makes me feel good” excitingly said a 2nd grade student as she found a dress during our book distribution at “Books for Breaks”.
CCFA’s Read to Achieve was delighted to have Dr. Keith Miles, Assistant Superintendent of Trenton Schools, visit our annual “Books for Breaks”.
CCFA’s “Parent Cafe” engaged parents and grandparents at the Gregory School on April 16th in Mindfulness, Positive Thinking and an actual Yoga Class.
Every child deserves a champion – an adult who will never give up on them, who understands the power of connection and insists that they become the best that they can possibly be.