Amber's goal is to provide 1 Chromebook per student! 

 

Targeted goal is $200,000 for 400 Chromebooks.


Building lifelong learners for over 20 years, help us achieve one of our goals to provide one Chromebook per student.

Due to covid-19 for the last 8 months, Amber’s over 950 students moved to learn remotely. Unfortunately, many students are working on an i-Phone or i-Pad and some siblings must share the one Chromebook, Amber was able to supply. Amber distributed over 400 Chromebooks to families and delivered over 150 hotspots to ensure learning continued. Our goal is to provide every student with a 1:1 Chromebook ratio. To do that we need to buy more than 400 more Chromebooks. In addition, those devices we have distributed are now needing to be replaced and repaired which creates the demand to purchase more. Any donation to support Amber’s purchase of devices to meet our students’ technology needs would help our students continue their education.

Chromebooks in our classrooms better equip our teachers to provide targeted learning opportunities for all of our students, particularly our English language learners and those with learning challenges. Increasing access to technology prepares students to be professionally and personally successful in our evolving digital, interconnected world.

Visit our website to learn more: www.ambercharter.org

About Amber Charter Schools

Amber Charter Schools (ACS) provide our students with an academically rigorous and well-rounded education, along with strong character development, enabling them to prosper in their future endeavors. We currently serve 490 students in East Harlem and 470 students in Kingsbridge. Widely recognized as the first Latino-led charter school in New York State, Amber has two locations East Harlem and Kingsbridge, serving grades K-6. With great excitement, Amber Charter Schools is opening its third school location in Inwood in September 2021 with grades Kindergarten and 1st.  By 2025 the Amber Charter Schools Network will serve over 2,000 students across three of NYC’s most vibrant highest need neighborhoods.

The Amber Education Fund is a nonprofit organization established by the Amber Charter Schools (ACS). The Amber Education Fund’s mission is to support the Amber Charter Schools and other schools and organizations improving circumstances for Latino and other underserved children and families.

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Amber's goal is to provide 1 Chromebook per student! 

 

Targeted goal is $200,000 for 400 Chromebooks.


Building lifelong learners for over 20 years, help us achieve one of our goals to provide one Chromebook per student.

Due to covid-19 for the last 8 months, Amber’s over 950 students moved to learn remotely. Unfortunately, many students are working on an i-Phone or i-Pad and some siblings must share the one Chromebook, Amber was able to supply. Amber distributed over 400 Chromebooks to families and delivered over 150 hotspots to ensure learning continued. Our goal is to provide every student with a 1:1 Chromebook ratio. To do that we need to buy more than 400 more Chromebooks. In addition, those devices we have distributed are now needing to be replaced and repaired which creates the demand to purchase more. Any donation to support Amber’s purchase of devices to meet our students’ technology needs would help our students continue their education.

Chromebooks in our classrooms better equip our teachers to provide targeted learning opportunities for all of our students, particularly our English language learners and those with learning challenges. Increasing access to technology prepares students to be professionally and personally successful in our evolving digital, interconnected world.

Visit our website to learn more: www.ambercharter.org

About Amber Charter Schools

Amber Charter Schools (ACS) provide our students with an academically rigorous and well-rounded education, along with strong character development, enabling them to prosper in their future endeavors. We currently serve 490 students in East Harlem and 470 students in Kingsbridge. Widely recognized as the first Latino-led charter school in New York State, Amber has two locations East Harlem and Kingsbridge, serving grades K-6. With great excitement, Amber Charter Schools is opening its third school location in Inwood in September 2021 with grades Kindergarten and 1st.  By 2025 the Amber Charter Schools Network will serve over 2,000 students across three of NYC’s most vibrant highest need neighborhoods.

The Amber Education Fund is a nonprofit organization established by the Amber Charter Schools (ACS). The Amber Education Fund’s mission is to support the Amber Charter Schools and other schools and organizations improving circumstances for Latino and other underserved children and families.