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U School SLAM Poetry Team Debut

You missed it! Jamira R. rocked the stage at the 2016 Philly Youth Poetry Slam KICKOFF event on Friday, Feb. 13 at the Freedom Theater.

The Philly Youth Poetry Movement (PYPM) provides a safe space for Philadelphia teens to discover the power of their voices through spoken word and literary expression.

PYPM offers literary arts education programming for youth ages 13-19 that promotes creative expression, critical literacy, life skills, and civic engagement.

U School's PYPM SLAM poetry team meets on Tues. and Thursday during lunch. See Mr Reed, Ms Date or Jamira for more details.

Remember Our Core Value for the month of February is Responsibility - the opportunity or ability to act independently and make decisions without authorization.

Students should make sure you are responsible with your time. Use time wisely during check-ins, tune-ups, mini-lessons, and on demand assessments to prepare for greatness.

Below is important news you can use.

Shout Outs

Shout out yourself if you completed your Habits of Success Performance task.

We learned so much from students who shared how they overcome challenges inside and outside of school.

U School NCTE - African American Read-In

Friday, Feb. 19th, 10am-3:30pm

2000 North Franklin Street

Philadelphia, PA

On Friday, February 19th, U School students, teachers and staff will host an, NCTE African American Read-In. The U School is a new innovative Philadelphia Public School located in North Philadelphia whose core operating principles are #LoveDreamDo.

The U School community will Join over a million readers as part of the Twenty-Seventh National African American Read-In in February 2016! Stay tuned in your classes for more information to sign to attend a workshop, read a book, and/or share your own writing or art.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Kid President Sings about Love

Happy Valentine Days!

A Love Song from Kid President and Lennon & Maisy

Humanties Team- Check Us Out: Then & Now

Contact us

Please contact Mr Reed ( or Mr McGeehan ( at any time for any reason. Email us directly and not through Smore. Thank you!