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. 

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WHO:

Danielle West, Director/CAO, The Queen City Academy Charter School

Mary Beth Berry, New Jersey State Board of Education

WHAT:

New Jersey State Board of Education Member, Mary Beth Berry, visits Queen City Academy.

WHERE:

The Queen City Academy Charter School

815 West 7th Street

Plainfield, NJ 07063

WHEN:

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

10:00 AM

 

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.”