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  • <3 Our CEO's note to staff on MLK Day: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, "Only in the darkness can you see the stars." Dr. King committed his life to leading us through the darkness. We remember his moving admonitions that only love can conquer hate; that we must never succumb to the temptations of bitterness; and that no person has a right to rain on your dreams. His words of faith and optimism continue to inspire all of us to pursue his dream of a world in which children will not be judged by color of their skin, but by the content of their character." His leadership has provided a beacon for all of us -- a constant reminder of our potential and a shared vision for us to aspire. But I want us to celebrate more than Dr. Kings inspiring vision and brilliant rhetoric. He was an inconceivably courageous man of action. He marched unarmed towards angry throngs, he went to jail countless times, his home was bombed, he was stabbed and shot. His belief in the redemptive power of love should not obscure his deep impatience with moral cowardice: He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it. And his calm and grace should not blind us to Dr. Kings utter relentlessness. It was he, after all, who lived out his prophetic words, No one really knows why they are alive until they know what theyd die for. Our nation has not yet achieved Dr. King's dream, so we need to continue his work as steadfastly as he would have, and the darkness we see in difficult moments provides each of us the opportunity to clearly see the stars. For us, the bright light that guides our everyday work is our commitment to ensuring that every child who walks through our doors leaves prepared for success throughout their educational journey. Our bright light is partnering with families to be lifelong teachers during their children's journeys. Our bright light is finding value in each staff member and each community member that shares our vision of a just, inclusive, and equitable world. Dr. King did more in forty years than seems possible in a thousand lifetimes, but he believed that greatness lies within each of us. As he said, Not everybody can be famous but everybody can be great because greatness is determined by service You only need a heart full of grace and a soul generated by love. On this Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I want to thank you for your service and commitment to seeing the stars -- for your optimism, your passion for creating a better future, and the greatness you bring to the children and families we serve everyday. All my best, Henry
  • Acelero Learning Clark County's Executive Director, Rory Sipp, was honored as one of the National Head Start Association's 27 featured alumni for the 2012 Day of Opportunity this past week at the NHSA Annual Head Start Conference! Congratulations Rory!
  • Yvette Sanchez-Fuentes, Director of the Office of Head Start with Acelero Learning CEO, Aaron Lieberman; Executive Director of Acelero Learning Camden/Philadelphia, Victoria Ankrah; and VP of Finance, Anne Massa at the NHSA Region II Conference in Puerto Rico!

<3 Our CEO's note to staff on MLK Day: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, "Only in the darkness can you see the stars." Dr. King committed his life to leading us through the darkness. We remember his moving admonitions that only love can conquer hate; that we must never succumb to the temptations of bitterness; and that no person has a right to rain on your dreams. His words of faith and optimism continue to inspire all of us to pursue his dream of a world in which children will not be judged by color of their skin, but by the content of their character." His leadership has provided a beacon for all of us -- a constant reminder of our potential and a shared vision for us to aspire. But I want us to celebrate more than Dr. Kings inspiring vision and brilliant rhetoric. He was an inconceivably courageous man of action. He marched unarmed towards angry throngs, he went to jail countless times, his home was bombed, he was stabbed and shot. His belief in the redemptive power of love should not obscure his deep impatience with moral cowardice: He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it. And his calm and grace should not blind us to Dr. Kings utter relentlessness. It was he, after all, who lived out his prophetic words, No one really knows why they are alive until they know what theyd die for. Our nation has not yet achieved Dr. King's dream, so we need to continue his work as steadfastly as he would have, and the darkness we see in difficult moments provides each of us the opportunity to clearly see the stars. For us, the bright light that guides our everyday work is our commitment to ensuring that every child who walks through our doors leaves prepared for success throughout their educational journey. Our bright light is partnering with families to be lifelong teachers during their children's journeys. Our bright light is finding value in each staff member and each community member that shares our vision of a just, inclusive, and equitable world. Dr. King did more in forty years than seems possible in a thousand lifetimes, but he believed that greatness lies within each of us. As he said, Not everybody can be famous but everybody can be great because greatness is determined by service You only need a heart full of grace and a soul generated by love. On this Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I want to thank you for your service and commitment to seeing the stars -- for your optimism, your passion for creating a better future, and the greatness you bring to the children and families we serve everyday. All my best, Henry

Acelero Learning Clark County's Executive Director, Rory Sipp, was honored as one of the National Head Start Association's 27 featured alumni for the 2012 Day of Opportunity this past week at the NHSA Annual Head Start Conference! Congratulations Rory!

Yvette Sanchez-Fuentes, Director of the Office of Head Start with Acelero Learning CEO, Aaron Lieberman; Executive Director of Acelero Learning Camden/Philadelphia, Victoria Ankrah; and VP of Finance, Anne Massa at the NHSA Region II Conference in Puerto Rico!

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