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We believe that healthy students help drive healthy schools, and that healthy schools are at the heart of healthy communities. With results like these and waitlists of children to serve, now more than ever we need your support!
We envision growing healthy communities where those who are "apart from" will become "part of" new solutions that benefit 100% of society; a world where people do not have to leave their community to live, learn and earn in a better one. We remain a volunteer program and are seeking funds to hire two local dedicated after school tutors – academic specialists so we can bridge the performance gap for our students.
While summer is a time to farm, get outside, and have fun – we also need to remember that learning and reading should never stop!
According to Scholastic: During the school year, lower income children’s skills improve at close to the same rate as those of their more[…] We are so proud that our Founder, Stephen “El Capitan” Ritz, is releasing his book with Rodale: The Power Of A Plant.
The book, co-written with friend and colleague Suzie Boss, highlights his odyssey of teaching in the Bronx dating back to 1984 and details the birth, genesis and evolution of Green Bronx Machine.
True[…] Winter is here – and our school is under scaffolding – BUT, thanks to Macy’s and our favorite Santa’s Helpers, we were blessed to turn our scaffolding into an amazing Winter Wonderland that has become the Pride of CS 55 and a source of inspiration for all of Claremont Village.
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Green Bronx Machine builds healthy, equitable, and resilient communities through inspired education, local food systems, and 21st Century workforce development.
Dedicated to cultivating minds and harvesting hope, our school-based model using urban agriculture aligned to key school performance indicators grows healthy students and healthy schools to transform communities that are fragmented and marginalized into neighborhoods that are inclusive and thriving.
I just hope the schools are watching out for the children and not passing the buck to the 3rd Parties.'One parent mocked the school's canteen decision and posted a still from the popular 1968 film Oliver!
Another mother also compared the school's behaviour to the harsh conditions of Dickensian London and wrote: 'This can't be for real, surely not, this is from a Dickens [novel] surely?