On Friday, our Culinary Arts club got creative & crafty with their baked goods. Using their own frosting, pastry bags & spatulas, C-Arts students learned what it takes to finish their masterpieces. Sweet presentation!
Our Culinary Arts club is a hands-on program where students learn career skills — during regular classes, and during the Culinary after school program.
Our Warrior volleyball team tasted victory Friday night against Achievement First in two matches scoring 25-10 and 25-11.
After a long train ride to Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn, our ladies showed up with skill, grace, and grit – defeating the home team two matches in a row. Thanks to all of our athletes for showing the true Warrior spirit, and to our coaches Chris and Diana for guiding these ladies to another victory away from home. GO WARRIORS!
On a gorgeous sunny morning in East Harlem, Innovation welcomed back our upperclass students, and embraced our newest cohort, the class of 2023. Students and their parents & guardians gathered outside in the courtyard, in front of the educational complex. They were greeted by Innovation staff as they passed through the entrance gates, on their way to meet their teachers and classmates. Everyone was feted with fresh coffee, juice, bagels and breakfast pastries.
“I’m feeling a lot of positive energy from everyone and I believe a great year lies ahead for the entire Innovation Community,” said Innovation’s Executive Director, Stephen Falla Riff.
Our building will undergo routine power maintenance this weekend: 6/28-6/30. As a result, our phone system will be temporarily down. If you need to reach out to Innovation, please email email@example.com.
Our phones will be back next week beginning July 1st. Thank you and enjoy the weekend!
Innovation students had a chance to learn from volunteers at one of the world’s largest consulting firms, Deloitte, this Friday during their annual Impact Day.
As a part of our ongoing partnership between SEP and Deloitte, over 30 volunteers visited our math & science classes on Friday. Deloitte hosted an innovation workshop – describing the consulting industry, how it relates to social media, and impacts technology – and encouraged our students to think like consultants and become better problem solvers.
Innovation would like to thank all Deloitte volunteers for spending quality time with our students and making a huge impact here at our school!
Innovation is hosting Parent Teacher conferences this Wednesday, May 1st, in two sessions from 2pm – 4pm and 5pm – 7pm at Innovation HS. Parents are welcome to stop by and sign up to speak to teachers about student progress and the remaining calendar year. We hope to see you there!
The Renaissance Charter High School for Innovation students Jurkata and Brandon talk about their recent experience with TWR in their ELA class. Using TWR techniques, ELA department chair & teacher Madalyn Marcano led her students to success, and they finally passed their regents – with great scores!
On Thursday, April 11th, all Innovation students visited nearby colleges and universities, taking tours and learning about college life! Some of the colleges we visited include William Patterson, College of Mount St. Vincent, NY Film Academy, APEX, CUNY Queens, Adelphi University, Lehman, York, & more!