Classroom Supplies--Books

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When Central City Cyberschool opened, the mission was to serve children whose families otherwise would not have access to many of the benefits that other do; such as reading books and technology. Many of the reading books and Chromebooks are in need of replacement.
Former high school teacher and UWM alumnae, Dr. Christine Fatlz, executive director of Central City Cyberschool, dreamed of the concept that all students, in particular students who dwell in the inner city of Milwaukee, should have access to books and technology all the time, integrated into every kind of learning.  With the help from former Milwaukee Housing Authority Director, Ricardo Diaz, officials at Johnson Controls, and former Milwaukee Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Howard Fuller, she was able to make her dream a reality.  On Sept. 5th, 2000, Milwaukee Central City Cyberschool opened with 400 students in grades 1-8. 
The mission of the Central City Cyberschool of Milwaukee is to motivate in each child from Milwaukee’s central city the love of learning, the academic, social and leadership skills necessary to engage in critical thinking, and the ability to demonstrate mastery of the academic skills necessary for a successful future.
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$100 of $1,000 goal

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