THOUSAND OAKS, CA – Compass Charter Schools (CCS) announced today that it will host Breakfast in the Park to honor National School Choice Week (NSCW), which will be held from January 20-26, 2019. Since 2011, NSCW is the world’s largest annual education-related celebration meant to shine a positive light on effective education options for children.
CCS is an independent study charter school providing rigorous virtual and homeschooling education to scholars in grades TK through 12. Scholars come from various backgrounds and experiences and are looking for individualized educational choices that fit their schedules, lifestyles, and interests.
“We are proud to have an organization that provides choice in education. We celebrate that each of our scholars is unique in their learning style and provide an environment for them to thrive in with our two unique virtual programs,” said J.J. Lewis, CCS Superintendent & CEO.
Compass Charter Schools invites you to join staff and scholars for donuts and coffee at Breakfast in the Park. These events are open for any family interested in celebrating or learning more about school choice and the way Compass Charter Schools supports scholars throughout California. Events are scheduled for San Diego, Los Angeles, and Fresno as follows:
Breakfast in the Park – Fresno
Date and Time: Tuesday, January 22, 2018 @ 10 AM
Location: Inspiration Park (5770 W Gettysburg Ave. Fresno, CA 93722)
Breakfast in the Park – Los Angeles
Date and Time: Thursday, January 24, 2018 @ 10 AM
Location: Shane’s Inspiration Playground (4800 Crystal Springs Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90027)
Breakfast in the Park – San Diego
Date and Time: Friday, January 25, 2018 @ 10 AM
Location: Balboa Park Playground (3201 Sixth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101)
About Compass Charter Schools
Compass Charter Schools (CCS) is a WASC-accredited virtual public charter school serving thousands of scholars throughout the state. Catering to TK-12 grade scholars, CCS offers the choice of either their homeschool or online academic program. CCS is committed to creating a collaborative virtual learning community, inspiring scholars to appreciate the ways in which arts and sciences nurture a curiosity for lifelong learning, and preparing scholars to take responsibility for their future successes.
For more information about CCS, visit www.compasscharters.org, via Twitter (https://twitter.com/CompassCs), on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CompassCS/) or on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/compasscs/).