2nd graders visited the historic Eldridge St Museum to learn about the history of Hanukkah. They added their creativity and originality to their menorahs.
Students had a personal yoga session with the founder of y7, Sarah Levey, followed by the opportunity to prepare a Thanksgiving dinner with world renowned Chef Roze Traore. https://youtu.be/kEbD7IBVTVA
Upper grade students designed and helped lower grade students with a number of winter themed activities. Students read together, created cards, did crafts and played games.
Students and parents came together with Ms. Miller to create holiday themed paintings at our latest parent event!
1st grade teachers make reading even more fun by utilizing these smart Word Detective glasses as a high interest way to get students to practice their word…… Read more “Word Detectives!”
Jessica Nunno, the school’s guidance counselor, worked with students in Grades 4-5 to develop workshops to teach lower grade students about bullying prevention. The upper grade students…… Read more “Bullying Prevention”
Students dressed up as their favorite storybook characters for Halloween. The entire school then took a trip around the block for a parade.
Students practice their multiplication and division skills to create candy bags for the school’s Oktoberfest. The project required to collaborate and design a plan to manage and…… Read more “3rd Grade Candy Factory”
Two classrooms were invited to participate in a food tour of neighboring restaurants in the Lower East Side. ABC Food Tour, founded by Matt James, seeks to…… Read more “ABC Food Tour”
February 14th was the 100th day of school. Students from Ms. Meyer’s 3rd grade class came to Science and were presented with a STEM challenge: What is the…… Read more “STEM challenge”