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Community School for Creative Education Welcomes You!

Welcome to Community School's New Principal:  Ms Candice Paul

Ms Paul comes to us from Mare Island Technology Academy, Vallejo  a 430-student middle school which she led as principal for three years   Prior, Ms Paul serves as vice principal of Vallejo High School and before that as department head and instructional leader of Making Waves in Richmond and as English teacher at Castlemont High School, Oakland.  Ms Paul speaks three languages, her native Punjabi, Spanish and English. She has an MA in Educational Administration from SFState and is working on her doctorate in education from SF State with focus on social emotional learning. Ms Paul's first day will be Thursday, July 16, 2020.  Please join us in welcoming Ms Paul!

 

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CSCE Stands United Against Racism
CSCE is a Sanctuary School
CSCE prides itself on creating a safe environment for our students, our staff, and our community. We will continue to offer support and guidance for the challenges students face so they can be prepared to contribute to a successful future for all. 
 
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Community School is an organization that stands with and for children,  families and the community of Oakland and its surrounding neighborhoods.  In our service, we aim to align head, heart and hand, following our Waldorf Equity-Focused Model.  As Oakland and the country's first Intercultural Public Waldorf School, we partner with organizations that are aligned to our vision, mission, values and actions.

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CSCE Stands United Against Racism
CSCE is a Sanctuary School
CSCE prides itself on creating a safe environment for our students, our staff, and our community. We will continue to offer support and guidance for the challenges students face so they can be prepared to contribute to a successful future for all. 
 
Feel free to share your ideas, suggestions, or comments here: