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So Many Activities, So Little Time
added October 23, 2018

High School Fairs 2018

added September 6, 2018

Welcome from Principal Kirk
added August 27, 2018

Library Cards & NYC ID Cards
added August 3, 2018

 Child Creativity.pdf 
added July 26, 2018

 Exercising Kids Minds.pdf 
added July 2, 2018

Family Math Everyday.pdf 
added June 9, 2018

NYC Graduation & Behavioral Expectations
added May 16, 2018

Grade 7 Arts High School Audition Summer Camp
April 19, 2018

NYS Regents Exam Videos

April 14, 2018

Greetings from New Chancellor Carranza
April 9, 2018

Spring into Health Fair
added April 6, 2018

Autism Speaks NYC: Brooklyn Fair

added March 29, 2018

Middle & High School Scanning: Unannounced
added March 28, 2018

High School Admissions Information Page
updated March 7, 2018

Upcoming Events

  • Open School Week

    Please refer to the letter sent home for more details.

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  • Gr 8 Picture Day

    Senior portraits will be re-done if requested by families.  Candid pictures of 8th grade activities will also be taken for the Class of 2019's yearbook.

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  • School is closed.

    Thanksgiving Day

    On September 28, 1789, just before leaving for recess, the first Federal Congress passed a resolution asking that the President of the United States recommend to the nation a day of thanksgiving. A few days later, President George Washington issued a proclamation naming Thursday, November 26, 1789 as a "Day of Publick Thanksgivin" - the first time Thanksgiving was celebrated under the new Constitution. Subsequent presidents issued Thanksgiving Proclamations, but the dates and even months of the celebrations varied. It wasn't until President Abraham Lincoln's 1863 Proclamation that Thanksgiving was regularly commemorated each year on the last Thursday of November. --from the website of the National Archives.

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