The Brooklyn Nets beat the Atlanta Hawks 144 – 127 at Barclays’ Center on Dec. 16 at 3 p.m. Families from our school were on hand to cheer them on.
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…
Thank you for an amazing start of the 2018-2019 school year! It has been a pleasure to get to know our new students and of course, re-connecting with our “old’ students. Your children are our inspiration and anytime I spend with them brings joy to my life.
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…
What fun! The Brooklyn Conservatory for Music’s Music Partners Program visited our 3rd to 5th graders. This was an assembly to introduce our Music Partners Program held on Tuesdays after school. Children were introduced to the clarinet, flute, percussion, trombone and the trumpet. The students were super engaged and asked the musicians some amazing questions!
Here’s information about signing up for Pizza Friday: a huge benefit to the P.T.A., fun for kids* and one less day of making lunch! (*K thru 5 only)
The PTA would like to thank all of the families and staff who helped make this year’s Carnival a huge success.