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BBL 1 & BBL 2 Lottery Update

As a result of recent COVID-19 regulations, the lottery process for BBL schools will now be held remotely on Thursday, April 23, 2020, at 4:00 pm via the Zoom platform.

1. Click on this link to join the meeting at BBL 1, *3740 Baychester Ave, Bronx 10466: https://zoom.us/j/508526569

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2. Click on this link to join the meeting at BBL 2, *2545 Gunther Ave, Bronx, 10469: https://zoom.us/j/211893950

PLEASE NOTE: BOTH MEETINGS BEGIN AT 4:00 P.M.
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Building Reopen Date 4/29/20

Due to the Executive Order of Gov. Andrew Cuomo and COVID-19, the Bronx Charter Schools for Better Learning (BBL) will reopen the school on Wednesday, April 29, 2020. Alternatively, the Continual Learning Instructional program will resume remotely on Monday, April 20, 2020.

Should you have any questions, please contact BBL1 Principal Shubert Jacobs, sjacobs@bronxbetterlearning.org or BBL2 Principal Anne Clarke-Raysor,araysor@bronxbetterlearning.org. ​
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BBL 1 & 2 Open House

Please Join Our Open House on
February 7th (BBL 1+2) & March 7th (BBL 1+2) 9am - 11am at:

BBL 1: 3740 Baychester Ave (Annex), Bronx, NY 10466
or
BBL 2: 2545 Gunther Ave, Bronx, NY 10469
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New York State My Brother's Keeper

At the December meeting of the Board of Regents, New York State Education Department (NYSED) staff provided an update to the Board on the New York State My Brother's Keeper (MBK) initiative. At the meeting, we were pleased to announce that NYSED has been invited to the MBK Alliance National Summit in 2019. The summit will bring together the growing network of MBK communities, elected officials, cross-sector leaders, young men of color, and the organizations working hard to help them achieve their dreams. NYSED is expected to make a presentation at the summit to highlight the work of MBK in New York State.
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BBL 2's Korean Mask Dance Performance

BBL 2's Korean mask dance performance that kicked off their Korean culture assembly yesterday. The kids who are performing are mostly in Kindergarten and 1st Grade, plus a few 2nd Graders. They received ten lessons after school this fall as part of the Korea Spotlight program, organized and funded by the Korean Cultural Center.
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