News & Announcements
Dinosaur Diplomacy Grant Awarded to Furlow Charter School
Starting Monday, August 16th, all Drop-Off and Pick-Up traffic coming in to Furlow should enter Columbia Avenue from 7:30-8:15 am and 3:00-3:45 pm. You will not be able to enter on Rose Avenue. All traffic leaving Furlow at those times will exit via Rose Avenue, and will not be able to continue on Columbia Avenue. Please see the map below.
Furlow's Stance On Racism
Dear Furlow Community,
Furlow Charter School’s mission states that we are committed to fostering cultural awareness, social responsibility, and academic excellence through family and community involvement in the development of life-long learners. We understand that now more than ever it is vital that we live this mission.
We unequivocally condemn all forms of racism. We recognize that the grievances of communities of color are legitimate and it is incumbent upon us to listen, seek to understand, and to be a part of the solution. We embrace our responsibility as an educational institution to help our students understand these issues and empower them to be positive agents of change. We recognize that each of us has a responsibility to look inward, examine ourselves and seek every opportunity for growth.
For the past few years our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Community, which consists of Furlow administrators, advisors, parents, and community members, in concert with the Governing Board, has sought to make Furlow Charter School more equitable and inclusive. We are proud that Furlow Charter School was the first Peace Certified School in the South, recognized by the Mattie J.T. Stepanek Foundation. While Furlow’s efforts to engage issues of racism and injustice are not new, we recognize that we all must do more. Moving forward, we are committed to this difficult but vital work. In the coming weeks and months we will make available additional resources to the Furlow Community. We hope that you will join us.