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School Year 2020: Critical Resources For Students & Families
No Classes Wednesday, 9/16

There will be no high school classes on Wednesday, 9/16, for a professional development day. Teachers are focused on building their skills for engaging all students in distance learning!

Reopening plans
COVID 19 Resources & Supports for Students & Families

Click here for a statement on Self-Monitoring for Covid Symptoms from our Nurse, Keith Riley

We are here for you. Learn about resources that can keep your students safe & connected during the current pandemic.

Welcome to the 20-21 School Year
Summer School

Shout out to the 45 incoming 9th graders who joined us for remote summer school, to all the returning students who turned “incompletes” from distance learning into passing grades, and to the teachers who supported them! Special props to 25 students who showed up for in person summer school — all of whom earned enough credit to move to the next grade! 

Students, there is still time to complete your required Summer Reading Assignment this year. Details about summer reading should be directed to Monique Frasier at mfrasier@commongroundct.org.

School Office

School Office Staff Contact Information:

Please reach out, and we will help answer your questions:

Ana Rosa—Office Manager
203 389-0823 ext. 1202
arosa@commongroundct.org

Iris Jimenez—Administrative Assistant
203 389-0823 ext. 1200
ijimenez@commongroundct.org

Student Support Staff Contact information

Monique Frasier—Assistant Director
203 389—0823 ext. 1218
mfrasier@commongroundct.org

Victor Rios—Student Support Coordinator
203 389—0823 ext. 1218
Victor.rios@commongroundct.org

Keith Riley— School Nurse
203 389 4333 ext. 1205
keith.riley@commongroundct.org

For Prospective Students & Families
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About Our School
Our Results
Our Results

In each of the last 5 years, between 97% and 100% of our graduates were accepted to college. Our 4-year graduation rates significantly exceeded the state average in 4 of the 5 last school years. Recent Common Ground 9th and 10th graders have made greater gains in reading, writing, and math than 90 or more percent of their peers across the country, according to results of the NWEA MAP. Common Ground was the state’s first U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School and a recipient of many awards and grants in recognition of our work.

Contact School Staff

Main Phone: 203 389-4333
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Our Curriculum

Common Ground’s curriculum combines rigorous high academic standards for all, responsive relationships with adults and peers who really care, relevant, real-world learning that’s rooted in the community and environment, and real roles and rights for students. Imagine studying …

  1. Math while you … decide what should be planted on Common Ground’s farm to maximize production, nutrition, taste, and cultural relevance.
  2. Science while you … turn what you are learning about climate change into beautiful paintings, spoken word, and graffiti art
  3. English while you … work with professional actors to write and perform plays about social justice issues that matter to you.
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