Sarah Graham

Aaron Blabey Author Event

Our 2nd through 5th graders had such a fun time with acclaimed author, Aaron Blabey. Mr. Blabey read from his Bad Guys books, talked to the kids about why he became an author and even sketched out a few of his characters during the Q&A session at the end. Kirkus reviews says of The Bad…

Author Visit: Javaka Steptoe

On March 28, third and fifth graders were treated to a visit by the 2017 Caldecott award winning author Javaka Steptoe. Here’s a description of his book, “Radiant Child” Jean-Michel Basquiat and his unique, collage-style paintings rocketed to fame in the 1980s as a cultural phenomenon unlike anything the art world had ever seen. But…

Box Tops for the P.T.A.

Making money for PS 372 has never been so easy! Just clip your Box Tops, attach them to the collection sheet and return the sheet to school in your child’s folder. That is it! You just raised money for our P.T.A. Collection sheets went home in backpacks, but if you need another, you can download…

D15 Diversity Plan — Public Workshop, March 13

Public Workshop #2 will provide another opportunity for community members to share their ideas to create diverse and meaningfully integrated and equitable middle schools. The goal of this workshop is to frame the conversation of diversity and equity by using the insights gathered from community members. This will allow the Working Group to begin to develop…

Readathon: Mid-Month Tally Day!

The Readathon Committee would like to extend a big thank you to our community for a very successful mid-month Tally Day. Thank you to families for tallying minutes and returning logs, to teachers for spreading the word and enthusiasm, and especially to our Tally Day volunteers who worked hard all morning tallying reading log minutes,…

Save the Date! Silent Auction April 27

The P.T.A. invites you to get into the groove and help us raise money for our school at our annual Gala and Silent Auction! Items up for auction will be available on the school’s Bidding for Good site a week before the big event.  Check it out.  

First Annual Door Decorating Contest

Our inaugural Student Council Event in December was a Winter Festival Door Decorating Contest. All classes were invited to participate in this optional activity. The classes came together to come up with some elaborate ideas! We had “Elves on Shelves”, gingerbread houses galore, and winter landscapes with icy colors. On the morning of the Winter…