NFCS Continuity Plan for Education
Due to COVD-19, New Foundations Charter School has created a plan to provide all of our K-12 students with approximately four hours daily of planned curriculum-based instruction. This plan has also been submitted to the PA Department of Education. The full plan can be viewed here: NFCS PDE Continuity Plan for Education
NFCS School Closure Announcement
Due to COVD-19, New Foundations Charter School close tomorrow, Friday, March 13th, and move to virtual school operations. All staff and families, please check your email address on record with PowerSchool for full details.
Letter from CEO: New Foundations Immediate School Closure
Public Notices and Updates
December 18, 2019: New Foundations Charter School took place in drinking water test, which was administered by Compliance Management International (CMI). The results of this test for both the high school and K-8 building are reported below.
Click Here to download report: New Foundations Drinking Water Report (12-18-2019)
NFCS Parent & Family Members Engagement Policy (Title I)
The New Foundations Charter School Parent & Family Members Engagement Policy will develop, jointly with teachers, principals, program administrators, and parents and family members of participating children, a Title I Parent and Family Members Engagement Policy.
Click Here to download: New-Foundations-Charter-School-Parent-Engagement-for-Title-I-Policy
NFCS Wellness Policies on Physical Activity & Nutrition
The New Foundations Charter School Wellness Policies on Physical Activity and Nutrition that highlights the efforts of the school to insure the caring community is working together to develop, implement, monitor, and review nutrition and physical activity initiatives, activities and programming.
Click Here to download policy: NFCS Wellness Policy (Updated 120116)
School Year Nutrition & Food Assistance Programs: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Summer Food Assistance Program: USDA Summer Meal Programs
McKinney–Vento Homeless Assistance Act
The McKinney-Vento Act is a federal law that defines homeless children as “individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence”. If you live in any of the following situations, you may qualify for certain rights and protections under the federal McKinney-Vento Act:
- In a shelter
- In a motel or campground due to the lack of an alternative adequate accommodation
- In a car, park abandoned building, or bus or train station
- Doubled up with other people due to loss of housing or economic hardship
- Unaccompanied youth which is defined as “a youth not in the physical custody of parent or guardian”
Eligible students have the right to:
- Receive a free, appropriate public education.
- Enroll in school immediately, even if lacking documents normally required for enrollment.
- Enroll in school and attend classes while the school gathers needed documents.
- Continue attending their school of origin if that is their preference and is feasible. (If the school district believes that the school selected is not in the student’s best interest, then the district must provide a written explanation and inform of rights to appeal its decision.)
- Receive transportation to and from the school of origin, if requested.
- Receive educational services comparable to those provided to other students according to the students’ needs.
If you have questions about eligibility for services or need assistance accessing resources, please contact Maya Davenny, LCSW McKinney-Vento Liaison, at 215-624-8100 ext 2232
Website Resources: https://www.philasd.org/homeless/about/about-mckinney-vento/
Current Student Resources
Need to Register for 2018-2019? Follow these steps…
- Need to register your student please follow Registration Link: https://registration.powerscho
- Then, print out, complete, and return the Additional Registration Forms.