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Third Graders Unite

Originally published in The Greater Park Hill News on July 1st, 2019. May 23 Was A Day To Remember In the April edition of the Greater Park Hill News, we shared with you an overview of our organization, Park Hill Neighbors for Equity in Education (PHNEE) – including...

The Hallett Turn Around Story

UNC’s Center for Urban Education had a great write-up on Hallett in their most recent newsletter.  You can read the entire thing here, but some highlights: CUE teacher candidate Luisa Rodriguez worked as a tutor at Hallett Academy this past semester. She agrees...

The Time Is Ripe For Action

Originally published in Greater Park Hill News – April 2nd, 2019 By Erin Pier PTA fundraising. Material resources. Toxic Stress. Mental health support. Park Hill Neighbors for Equity in Education (PHNEE) hopes that by addressing these issues in past issues of...

Welcome to PHNEE.org

Thank you for checking out our new website.  We are thrilled to have a space to provide information on PHNEE, the great elementary schools in Park Hill, and our history of fighting for inclusivity and valuing diversity.  We invite you to explore the site, and let us...

Toxic Stress in Schoolchildren

Originally published in Greater Park Hill News March 4th, 2019 By Erin Pier When Children Are Surviving, But Not Thriving Think about the last time you encountered a stressful situation. Maybe you had to swerve to avoid the guy who cut you off in traffic. Maybe you...

One Size Doesn’t Fit All

Originally published in Greater Park Hill News Feb 4th, 2019 By Erin Pier Equity in education. If you’re a frequent reader of the Greater Park Hills News, or follow any of the Park Hill Neighborhood social media pages, you may have seen this term pop up recently. But...