Our Story: The Blog for All Things CHAH
CHAH high school students participated in High School Heroes: Junior Achievement Day on Tuesday, February 27th at PS 4 Duke Ellington School!
The program provides high school students the opportunity to become role models by becoming teachers for a day.
The CHAH students worked in teams of two or three and spent the day at PS 4. They taught a series of five fun and inspiring activities to the elementary students.
For the month of April, CHAH students will have their artwork featured in an art gallery in City Island in The Bronx! The CHAH Art Show begins at Focal Point Art Gallery on Saturday, April 14th at 1:00 pm. Focal Point Art Gallery is located at 321 City Island Avenue in City Island.
Swing by to support your CHAH artists!
The CHAH Concert Band, comprised of students in 8th through 11th Grade, played at a master’s class at Five Towns College in Dix Hills, New York last week.
On Monday, March 19, the students collaborated with students from other schools and performed several songs.
The event was hosted as a part of Music in Our School’s Month, a national movement to raise awareness of the importance of school music programs. The movement is focused on music activities, lessons and advocacy.
Congratulations, CHAH Concert Band! Keep the music playing!
On Wednesday, March 14, CHAH students, along with students from around the country, participated in the National School Walkout to protest gun violence. The students walked out of the building for 17 minutes, one minute to honor each of the 17 victims of the recent school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
"The student walkout truly showed how much we feel for those victims and their families," tenth grader Linet Mercedes said. She added, "We are a family at CHAH and we are powerful."
Her friend, Yhara Ozuna, agreed. "Students have more power and voice than adults might realize. We use technology to be informed, not just to post pictures on Snapchat."
The students walked out to Amsterdam Ave and stayed silent for 17 minutes.
"We are fighting for a much greater cause," Linet Mercedes said.