Thank You! ... Documentary Airs on PBS on May 1st

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Red Carpet Premiere & Private Screening of Remember Me Sue, the documentary on Sue Duncan.  And to director Melina Kolb, for creating this wonderful work of art!  There will be another opportunity to see the film when it airs on PBS:

PBS Airing of Remember Me Sue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

View Photos from the Screening

View Documentary Trailer

To help continue Sue’s extraordinary legacy, make a donation to the Sue Duncan Children’s Center

Sneak Preview of the documentary on Sue Duncan

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Woodlawn Campus Up and Running

Cynthia Miller, principal at Fiske Elementary School with Owen Duncan, executive director at the Sue Duncan Children's Center.

Cynthia Miller, principal at Fiske Elementary School with Owen Duncan, executive director at the Sue Duncan Children’s Center.

Mary Hughes, Center alumni, parent and program director at the new Woodlawn Campus, helps a student with homework.

Mary Hughes, Center alumni, parent and staff member, tutors a student at the Center’s new Woodlawn Campus.

 

As part of its New Communities Project, the Sue Duncan Children’s Center has opened an additional campus for the first time in its 52 year history.  The new Center campus is located in the Woodlawn community and housed at John Fiske Elementary School, located at 6020 S. Langley Avenue in Chicago.

Now under the leadership of Sue’s son, Owen Duncan, the Center is deepening its impact by opening additional campuses in other neighborhoods that will benefit from its time-proven programming and grassroots educational approach.  A third campus is being planned for the Englewood community, scheduled to open during the 2014-2015 school year.

Each new campus will duplicate the original site that has effectively served the Oakland community for over five decades by advancing thousands of children academically and socially.

Learn more about the New Communities Project at the Sue Duncan Children’s Center.

The new Woodlawn Campus is modeled after the original Oakland campus and welcomes families with children starting at pre-K thru 12th grade.

Mother and child at the new Woodlawn Campus.  Each new campus is modeled after the original Oakland campus where parent participation is encouraged and families with children starting at pre-K thru 12th grade are welcomed.

Fiske Elementary School welcomes the Sue Duncan Center.

Fiske Elementary School welcome the Sue Duncan Children’s Center.

 

 

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