A solid foundation in mathematics is essential for students to succeed in school and beyond.
Incorporate math into your family's daily life--without a lot of time, effort, or expense--with activities which are fun to do together: in the kitchen, at the grocery store, while taking care of the car, on the computer, on the road, in the aisle of toys, and at home.
You'll probably come up with even more ideas after clicking on and reading the attachment below:
Over the past few years, our school has been celebrating the various art forms with our children in collaboration with the rest of Community School District 20. A few years ago, there was a District Art Auction with works from all our schools and in celebration of the teachers who spark such creativity among the children in our neighborhoods. More recently, a district day of Performing Arts and Art Exhibit was begun with representative performances and displays for a day. This year, the District Art Show was held on a May evening, where local professionals were encouraged to drop a business card to win student works which could then be displayed throughout the local offices of our community. The District Performing Arts Festival continues this year with a representative group of ensembles, including our own Jazz Band.
And, of course, we have our own annual “Festival of the Arts.” Come and hear, come and see, the wonderful works as we revel in the artistic exploration of all our children.
Encouraging children to read at home is one of the most powerful ways that families can support their children's learning. Just 15 minutes of reading at home per day can make a difference in students' reading fluency at school and for life.
"The Rewards of Reading" offers families strategies to get kids reading more at home. Click below to find out why:
New York City district schools will be open on Thursday, March 22, 2018.
All programs and activities will be held as scheduled.
Thank you to all custodial engineers and custodial staff who are out in full force today to shovel snow, clear sidewalks, and ensure our buildings are ready for staff and students to safely return tomorrow.
NYC DOE as of 5:32 AM 3/22/18
New York City Public Schools are Closed on March 21, 2018
Due to expected severe weather conditions, all New York City district schools will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, March 21, 2018.
After-school, adult education, and YABC programs are also cancelled.
NYC DOE Public Hearings, including the Panel for Educational Policy (PEP) meeting, are cancelled and will be rescheduled.
Extended use permits for community use of school buildings are cancelled.
Central and field administrative offices will remain open.
Please stay safe.
LETTER FROM THE CHANCELLOR - DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL
The horrific school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on February 14, 2018, has profoundly affected communities across the country, and many young people feel spurred to take action.
Young people, through actions like civil disobedience and peaceful protest, have been at the forefront of many movements and struggles for justice in our City’s and our nation’s history, and we recognize that many of our own students may similarly decide to engage in forms of discourse and protest in response to the tragic event in Parkland.
I write today with a heavy heart after the school shooting in Broward County, Florida.
I am heartbroken for the students and families directly impacted. I also feel for the many families and students across the country – including here in New York City – who see what happened in Florida and may be fearful about their safety in schools.
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