JUNE 16: All Out to CFA!

Catherine Ferguson Academy    

Rally 12pm — ?

2750 Selden Street 

Two blocks north of MLK/Mack, One block east of I-96

After you pick up your report card on June 16 at your school, come directly over to CFA. Transportation and food will be provided in all areas of the city and neighboring areas (call or text 313-585-3637).

Catherine Ferguson Academy is a Detroit Public School. CFA is a JEWEL of DETROIT and it is about to be stolen from our community—we must defend it and defend ourselves. CFA students are standing on their feet fighting to defend public education, fighting to stop the destruction of programs in all of our schools through class size increases and elimination of our teachers, and against the closing of all of the public schools on the closing list. CFA is on the list to be closed. 

In addition to closing CFA and numerous other schools, class sizes in all DPS high schools are being threatened to increase to forty-five (45) students per class starting in fall of 2012. Schools that offer a college prep curriculum will no longer be able to effectively do so in reality.  And neighborhood schools will lose electives all together, as well as many extracurricular activities.  We must organize a massive mobilization to save CFA and preserve the quality of all DPS schools. Anyone and everyone can and should come – people of all ages, schools, cities, etc., but the students have to lead!

Questions to 855-275-2266, or email BAMN Coordinator Donna Stern at donna.stern@ueaa.net.


In the meantime, flood Roy Roberts’ office with calls and emails. Tell him to keep CFA open! Invite him to hear from the school community on Thursday!

Email – roy.roberts@detroitk12.org   Phone – 313.870.3772

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