PLAINFIELD, NJ - On Tuesday, November 14, 2017, Mary Beth Berry, of the New Jersey State Board of Education will visit the Queen City Academy Charter School (QCA). Berry will do a walkthrough at the school, meeting with students, faculty and administrators. Located at 815 West 7th Street, Plainfield, NJ 07063, QCA aims to provide a nurturing and cooperative learning community where each student can achieve his/her maximum academic, creative and physical potential.
Berry is a lifelong special educator/transition coordinator who retired from North Hunterdon High School after 28 wonderful years. She was appointed to the New Jersey State Board of Education in 2017. She is currently developing a 12+ program for Hunterdon Preparatory School where she continues to work with young people and helps facilitate their transition to post-secondary education or career opportunities. Berry’s greatest joy is being a wife and mom of five children.
QCA teaches classes from kindergarten to 8th grade. Through independent and collaborative learning, QCA aims to help their students develop self-esteem, self-discipline, emotional independence, respect for the environment, responsibility, respect for everyone, and academic independence.
Media planning to attend should RSVP to Courtney@whitpr.com.
Danielle West, Director/CAO, The Queen City Academy Charter School
Mary Beth Berry, New Jersey State Board of Education
New Jersey State Board of Education Member, Mary Beth Berry, visits Queen City Academy.
The Queen City Academy Charter School
815 West 7th Street
Plainfield, NJ 07063
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
About The Queen City Academy Charter School
Founded in 1999, Queen City Academy’s mission is “to provide a nurturing and cooperative learning community where each student can achieve his/her maximum academic, creative and physical potential; develop a lifelong love of learning; develop respect for self and others in a multicultural world; develop self-confidence and self-esteem; function with high ethical standards; and accept responsibility.”