Communications Team

A Super Fun (Spooky) Valentine’s Dance

What a SPOOKTACULAR turnout for  The Valentine’s Day Dance!! Thank you to all the families who came out to celebrate at the Valentine’s Day Dance on Saturday. We had an AMAZING turnout and so much fun was had by all! We could not have pulled this off without our AWESOME parent volunteers; Heather Millen for…

Arts & Science Day 2019: So Much Fun

Hooray for Arts & Science Day! Thank you so much to our event Co-chairs Liza, Sarah & Peter for organizing all the fun activities and tables. Thank you to the Undoing Racism Committee for handling the delicious food. Thanks to all the students who submitted artwork to the art show. Thank you to all the…

2019 Schoolwide Camping Trip! June 7-9

Dear Children’s School Families, The 4th annual schoolwide camping trip is planned for the weekend of June 7th – 9th, 2019. We have chosen Taconic State Park Copake Falls in southeastern Columbia County.  (This is a school event, but your family is responsible for making your own reservation at the camp ground, planning your own…

Shutterfly Savings (and $$ for PS372)

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One School, One Book: 2018-19

The One School, One Book Project is a school-wide diversity initiative directed at engaging our children with stories that feature diverse characters, including books that center people of color, gender diversity, LGBTQ identities, people with disabilities, immigration experiences, and ethnic, cultural and religious traditions that are historically excluded from traditional curriculum. This is the third…

NYC School’s Chancellor Visit

The Department of Education’s Chancellor Richard Carranza recently toured The Children’s School to discuss our amazing ICT classrooms, and took part in a discussion with our reading specialist. Assembly member Robert Carroll attended and talked about his petition calling for universal screening of dyslexia and curriculum changes so all of our schools can incorporate some of…