Education

  • Technological proficiency is increasingly critical for children to succeed in school and in life. Almost all homework assignments now require or assume that children have access to and know how to use a computer and the internet. That’s why RWCI has partnered with the Stratford-Richardson YMCA to host the “Tech Stars” summer camp program at […]

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  • This month, RWCI held a two day workshop to craft recommendations for the new Pre-K – 8 school that will open at The Renaissance in 2017. The meetings, led by RWCI Director of Programs Christian Friend, and Gabor Zsuppan, Director of School Experiences at Discovery Place, attracted educational experts from a variety of roles including […]

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  • On Monday, March 16, RWCI hosted a Community Night for residents of the Renaissance and Little Rock Apartments. As part of Sow Much Good’s Financial Literacy Program, Wells Fargo representatives helped residents prepare their taxes, open bank accounts, and answer other finance-related questions. The Department of Social Services registered interested residents in their Energy Assistance Program […]

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  • RWCI is pleased to announce that we now offer our residents the opportunity to participate in Triple P – one of the most effective evidenced-based parenting programs in the world, backed by more than 30 years of ongoing research. Triple P  gives parents simple and practical strategies to help them manage their children’s behavior, prevent […]

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  • School to establish new Public-Private Partnership Pilot Program CHARLOTTE, N.C. April 22, 2014 – Renaissance West Community Initiative (RWCI), the agency coordinating the education and services continuum at the Renaissance, formerly the Boulevard Homes community, is pleased to announce it has entered into an agreement with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) that represents a unique public-private partnership […]

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  • The group revitalizing the former Boulevard Homes has selected its leader and plans to model its K-8 school after the Charles R. Drew Charter School in Atlanta.   CHARLOTTE, N.C. July 29, 2013 – Renaissance West Community Initiative (RWCI), the agency coordinating the education and services continuum at the former Boulevard Homes community, is pleased […]

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