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Number Sense - ReWritten Blog

by Team Member Vanessa Perez Common Core math asks you to understand numbers for all that they are and not just as problems. The idea is to see the big picture, the picture that tells the whole story. ReWritten’s participants are in the thick of learning exactly that, and they are eager… sometimes. Sometimes, they are tired and unmotivated. Sometimes, they believe they are not the fortunate ones or don’t quite have what it takes

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For nearly 5 years now, ReWritten has been transforming the lives of young people who are living in compromised conditions. Single-parent homes, financial hardship and unstable social environments are just a few of the conditions plaguing our young people. Because of this, ReWritten works to ensure its programs provide much needed relief from the day-to-day struggles our young people are facing. Our annual gala plays an important role in the financial support of our impactful

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Rewritten Blog

Staff Writer, Stacy LaPointe Once upon a time, maybe even yesterday, we read or saw a story. In fact, we’ve experienced many stories, both true and fictional. They’re intrinsic parts of our lives. Sometimes a story resonates with us as valuable, interesting, or simply real. In other cases, a story is not well developed or leaves us feeling like there should’ve been more.  Then again, a story may be completely life changing and inspiring. Hearing

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ReWritten Legacy

Staff Writer, Stacy LaPointe Have you considered what you would like your personal legacy to be like?  It’s not something many of us consider seriously. Still, we all create one each day, little by little, whether we realize it or not; it’s not optional.  Perhaps one’s desired legacy is related to one’s family, accomplishments, or business. Maybe it’s one’s ideas, art, or influence in society. It may be about how we have helped others in

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ReWritten Blog

Staff Writer, Stacy LaPointe The script seems so simple to have a good family—a home, a mom, a dad, and kids. Still, for so many children, a parent’s missing, a home’s broken, and often it’s the father who leaves in some way. He may be absent physically, financially, or emotionally. Oftentimes, parents who leave their kids do so thinking that kids are resilient and will be fine without them in their daily lives. The problem

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Staff Writer, Stacy LaPointe We feel so fancy—we’re bloggers! We blog. We use the word, “blog” now because we’re, you know, fancy, like we said. We don’t just post, we BLOG. We don’t just write articles, we post blogs. OK, maybe we’re getting a lot carried away, but you know, bloggers are like that. One of our students wrote something so simple and profound on Valentine’s Day—love rewrites futures. To say we love this idea

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