Monday message 01.17.2022


Dear Empower Generation Families,

We will begin our Spring workshops this Tuesday.  Our staff has diligently been collaborating to make sure projects are engaging, support is available, technology is ready, and paperwork is complete!  We are all excited to welcome you back and have a successful semester.  

We know the world is in disarray, but we are here to be your constant.  Please remember to wear masks when on campus and test when you don’t feel well.  We are determined to keep our Empower Generations family well and healthy.  

Check out the messages this week from each of our staff members!

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

On January 17th we celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. Observed on the third Monday in January each year, Martin Luther King Jr. Day is the only national holiday dedicated as a day of service. On this day, we are encouraged to volunteer and help make our communities a better place. This is a great day to reflect on how you can help make a difference.

Please watch the video below if you would like to view his famous “I Have a Dream” speech.

With gratitude,

Malaka Donovan

School Director

Upcoming Events

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Tues., 8/13: First Day of 2024-25 School Year

Mon., 9/2: Labor Day

Click here for the school year calendar.

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