We are launching a campaign to preserve the public charter school facility allowance. We need your help in having your trustees, parents and allies contact key city officials to let them know we don’t support cuts to the facilities allowance. And with the wonders of technology, and some help from our friends at the National Alliance for Public Charter Schools, you can now click on a link (below) to send a customizable email message to the city officials working on the city budget.
Please help by calling or emailing one or all of the following individuals before Friday the 13th to state your support for maintaining the facilities allowance at its current level of $3,109 per student. You don’t have to engage in any conversation; it should just take one minute each to make the statement, say thank you, and hang up or to click on the link, customize your message, and hit send.
1. Dan Tangherlini, City Administrator, 202 727-4036, email@example.com
2. William Singer, Chief of Budget Execution, 202 478-9200, firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Victor Reinoso, Deputy Mayor for Education, 202 727-3636, email@example.com
Paste the web address below in your email browser to send a customizable email message to these officials:
Thanks for your support and my apologies if you have received this message already.
Friends of Choice in Urban Schools (FOCUS)
1530 16th Street NW, Suite 104
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202 387-0405
Fax: 202 667-3798
Cel: 202 903-4609
Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Charter school allowance
From Ariana Quiñones-Miranda at FOCUS