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Field Day Photos

The entire school, including students from both our ICT and ASD sites, piled on to busses and headed to Prospect Park’s Parade Grounds for Field Day. One section of a giant field was reserved for pre-K through second grade, and another was for grades 3-5. Organized by Mr. C and Christine, the day featured relay…

Our Participatory Budgeting Project Won!

The Diversity Committee is ​pleased​ to announce that our proposed project​, which was included on Council Member Landers Participatory Budgeting ballot​, has received enough votes to get funded!! ​ The project will hire a temporary part-time outreach coordinator who will start in July 2018 and work with​ the three district wide schools in Council District…

Great April Garden News!

Garden Season Begins; Grant Awarded to CommitteePS 372’s garden committee was awarded $1200. from a Grow-To-Learn expansion grant this week. Thanks to the parents and teachers — especially science teachers Kathy Mullen, Beth Huff, Fiona Frederick and Sarah Collins — for all their work and garden love! The Inclusions Garden was founded 4 years ago…

Health Wellness & Happiness Fair

Introducing The Children’s School’s first Health Wellness & Happiness Fair When: Saturday, May 19th 2:00 – 5:00 PM What: A fun FREE family day celebrating personal & community well-being! We’ll have fitness activities (obstacle courses!), dance classes (Zumba!), mind & body workshops (Pilates & shiatsu!), healthy cooking demos, healthy snacks & much more!  Full schedule below…

Third Grade China Celebration

On the last day before break, the third grade took over the gym for a China celebration. Each class shared an original Ribbon Dance, choreographed by students. Many parents attended, and small groups of dancers took their turns performing. Each group had a unique and interesting dance all their own — some incorporated hops and…

Vote NOW and Help Our School!

PS 372, 146 & 133 have a school diversity project on the participatory budgeting (PB) ballot in Brad Lander’s CD39! VOTING is April 7-15. Come out to vote for great community projects and spread the word about the PB process!! Please vote for our project so we can get funded. Please vote RIGHT NOW online. Kids age 11 and older can vote,…

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…