Student Stories: Meet Juliana & Wilder

  • June 4, 2019
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Meet Juliana & Wilder, two eight year olds, friends, and classmates in the second grade at the Hanley Denning Experimental Primary School. Q: How long have you been a student with Safe Passage? Juliana: I’ve been at Safe Passage for four years. Wilder: I started at Safe Passage in

Student Stories: Meet Lilia

  • April 10, 2019
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Meet Lilia, a student in our Oportunidades program. Oportunidades is our new reinforcement program for students from grades 8 and up who attend public schools. We recently sat down with Lilia to learn more about her and her experiences at Safe Passage. I am 15 years old, and I’m

When volunteering is a family affair

  • March 14, 2019
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Mother and daughter duo Mindy and Kira have been long-time supporters and participants in the Safe Passage community. Kira is currently volunteering on the English team, and her mother Mindy has been the leader of multiple Support Teams over the years, including another one planned for July of 2019.

VIDEO: Learning Outside the Classroom

  • December 28, 2018
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Expeditions are a key part of Expeditionary Learning, which is the guiding methodology of our full-day school at Safe Passage. Expeditions are educational journeys that take place in and out of the classroom, involving research, group work, community outings, and final presentations. This past year, our students ventured beyond

Poem about the dump

  • December 14, 2018
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After taking a tour of Safe Passage in November with her high school, a student named Jenny wrote a poem about her experience. DUMP “Dump.” Upon hearing this word, what comes to your mind? Gradually decaying materials that are uncompostable to the soil? A source of pollution and breeding