Our Response to COVID-19
Camden's Promise Charter School is working closely with local, state, and national health officials to monitor ongoing developments related to the global outbreak of COVID-19. As additional information becomes available, the district will continue to communicate with families and the community. The most current information available from the Camden’s Promise Charter school related to COVID-19 will always be posted on this page, our COVID-19 Coronavirus Response webpage. Please read our COVID-19 Emergency Plan and visit our COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions site. Below is a list of important items regarding our response to COVID-19.
- Virtual Academy
- Students Services
- Food Access
- News, Articles, and Documents
- Ways to Give
Camden's Charter School Network (CCSN) is committed to its students, their families, and community. Given our current circumstances due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to assure our constituents that we are actively engaging students in our remote education programming. Given our investments over the years in technology, professional development, curriculum, and remote learning practices, our Virtual Academy program is enabling students the ability to work independently. At CCSN, our students are reviewing content, submitting questions, assessing their understanding, getting feedback from teachers and peers, and collaborating using online platforms and apps for the continuation of learning.
We recognize the difficulties our families, community, and world are enduring at this moment. We want our students and families to know we are here for them and our community. We are proud of how quickly we have moved into our new remote school day. Our whole staff is dedicated to helping students stay current and successful!
We remind you to stay safe and follow basic health precautions such as washing hands properly and social distancing. You can visit the New Jersey Department of Health, World Health Organization, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to learn more information about Coronavirus. This video is a good example for proper hand washing. For ways to talk to your children about COVID-19, please visit the National Association of School Psychologists website. Our school nurses are available to help with any questions you may have at the following numbers:
Our COVID-19 webpage is designed to be used as a resource and to keep the Camden's Promise community up-to-date as it relates to our school district. Instructions are to reach out to your child's teacher with any questions. You can also check out our Frequently Asked Questions page for principal and team leader names and email addresses. If your personal contact or emergency contact information changes, please let your child's teacher know as soon as possible.
At this time, our schools remain closed in compliance with Executive Order 104, signed by Governor Murphy on March 16, 2020, and readopted by Executive Order 107, signed on March 21, 2020. We remain closed to students for as long as these Orders remain in effect.
Please click on the link below to be taken to that school's Virtual Academy page. Our Virtual Academy is our remote education programming.
Through Camden's Promise Virtual Academy, we are still open and functioning as a school district. The best way to communicate during this time is through email directly with your child's teacher. Please visit your school's website for staff email addresses.
Below are informative videos:
Please visit our Apply Now section of our website for more details about applying to our school district. Please call 856-365-1000, ext. 163 to leave a message and ask for more information.
Camden's Promise partners with Sodexho, Inc. to provide our students healthy meals each school day. Camden's Promise sites, including Camden's Pride and Camden's Promise along with Katz Academy will distribute food Monday-Friday from 9:00 - 11:00 during the COVID-19 closure.
Please note that effective, Monday, March 23, meals will only be distributed on Mondays and Thursdays at other sites in Camden. At these sites, enough food will be sent home for several days. For example, on Mondays enough food will be provided for three days (Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday) and Thursday enough food will be provided for two days (Thursday and Friday).
Hours of Operation: Monday and Thursday from 10 AM to 12 PM
All students will be able to receive meals at one of the meal sites regardless of the school they attend. Please visit the meal site that is closest to your home.
Below is the list of meal sites across the city:
- Mastery High, 800 Erie St., 08102
- Mastery Cramer Hill, 1001 N. 17th St., 08105
- Woodrow Wilson High School, 3101 Federal St., 08105
- Camden High, 1875 Park Blvd. 08103
- Wiggins, 400 Mt. Vernon St., 08103
- Creative Arts Morgan Village Academy, 990 Morgan Blvd., 08105
- KIPP Lanning Square, 525 Clinton St., 08103 (M-F from 10 - 11:30 A.M.)
- Camden’s Pride Charter School, Go to Camden's PAC Center (M-F from 9-11AM)
- Camden’s Promise Charter School, Go to Camden's PAC Center (M-F from 9-11AM)
- Yorkship, 1251 Collings Ave., 08104
- Uncommon/Camden Prep, 1575 Mt. Ephraim Ave., 08104
- Katz Dalsey Academy, 3098 Pleasant St., 08105 (M-F from 9-11AM)
In addition, you can find the site closest to your home using Camden's Enrollment access to meals map.
NEWS, ARTICLES, AND DOCUMENTS
Ways to Give
During this time of national crisis, the disruption of traditional school and living circumstances presents a significant challenge for many Camden students. Your gift will provide support to our most vulnerable students in need. Please accept our gratitude for supporting our students with a donation on our Donate Now page. If you have any questions, please contact Melanie James at email@example.com.