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William Penn Charter School

Name: William Penn Charter School Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, this school was established by William Penn in 1689. Today, students in grades K-12 attend one of three schools-within-a-school: lower, middle, or upper. The school’s Web site provides a portal to all student, faculty and community
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Name:William Penn Charter School

Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, this school was established by William Penn in 1689. Today, students in grades K-12 attend one of three schools-within-a-school: lower, middle, or upper. The school’s Web site provides a portal to all student, faculty and community information, highlighting school news, calendars, and more.

How to use the site:
Students access teacher-created Web sites via staff directory pages. These sites include class notes, homework assignments, and links to additional content information. Parents visit the site to keep tabs on daily school wide announcements, menu choices, and information about sports events. Teaching staff uses the site to link to professional development opportunities.

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