Pennsylvania's Largest Charter School Recognizes Parents at its Annual Appreciation Dinner

Chester Community Charter School Awards its Parents for their Involvement and Dedication to Student Success

May 24, 2012, 11:05 ET from Chester Community Charter School

CHESTER, Pa., May 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 200 Chester Community Charter School (CCCS) parents will be attending CCCS' Annual Parent Appreciation Dinner held at the Ramada Inn, at 76 Industrial Highway, Essington, PA.

The Parent Appreciation Program began in 2004 as an initiative to honor and reward CCCS parents, who partner with the school, its teachers and its administrators, in an effort to contribute to and support a productive learning culture. Over the course of the year, parents are graded by their children's teacher, on the Parent's Report Card, in the following categories:

  • Attendance and involvement at individual parent/teacher conferences, at the school's Parent/Teacher Association's (PTA) scheduled meetings and at other school events
  • Student completion of homework assignments
  • Student punctuality and attendance
  • Student adherence to dress code, and
  • Student behavior

Each year, the parents are invited to a catered dinner in their honor and have a chance to win door prizes, which include gift cards, bikes, televisions, DVD players, and the grand prize, a trip to Walt Disney World, in Orlando, Florida.


  • Dr. David Clark, CEO, Chester Community Charter School
  • CCCS Principals and Administrative Staff
  • More than 200 CCCS parents and guardians

CCCS 2012 Parent Appreciation Dinner

WHEN:   Thursday, May 24, 2012

WHERE: Ramada Inn – Philadelphia Airport
              76 Industrial Highway
              Essington, PA 19029

SOURCE Chester Community Charter School