Here we celebrate our school’s awards, accomplishments, and strides in education.
PS/IS 95 The Gravesend School. This anti-bullying video was a special project that was released during Respect for All Week in New York City. Rise Up 2018
David A. Boody’s paraprofessional Tenita Ferguson received the UFT SRP Award for being an outstanding paraprofessional. This award is well deserved and earned. Tenita truly believes in putting children first. Congratulations to Tenita!
Joseph B. Cavallaro I.S. 281 competed in their first NYC Urban Debate League Middle School Tournament in the Bronx. The topic was “Should Spain grant Catalonia its independence?” Out of 100 middle schools, Team Cavallaro ranked 7th overall. One of their teams won all 3 of their competitions. They will move on to the next tournament in Manhattan, and the topic is a challenging one: “Should the U.S. abolish the capital gains tax?” If they do well in that tournament, they will qualify to compete in the city championships. Congratulations to Principal Bender, Mr. Valentine and Ms. Matera the debate coaches, and the IS 281 Debate Team!
The borough honored residents on January 16, 2018, who volunteered during hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria at a ceremony as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Heroes of the Month.
Marie Yvette Abreu, a teacher at P.S. 216, says she raised more than $600 at her school to help victims. She and her colleagues took part in the United Federation of Teachers’ Operation Agua, which raised money to buy water filters for storm victims.
At P.S. 90, they teach their students that they are all part of the human family and should always strive for a better us.
Ms. Amy Holderness, P.S. 90’s music teacher, and their fledgling student Video Club, as well as the entire P.S. 90 family, send you and yours well wishes and pray for better years ahead. Please click on the link below.
Public School 177 was the recipient of a $300,000 grant awarded to the school by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. These funds will be used to support the creation of a STEM Pipeline laboratory.
Seth Low’s Debate team competed at Susan B. Anthony Middle School in Queens at their first debate tournament of the year. Students debated the topic: “On Balance: Should the United States federal government require all U.S. citizens 18 years or older to vote?” Students argued, reasoned, and eventually won many of their debates.
Students: Kayla Nicholas, Yelena Lucero, Sulail Zahra, Edona Zuka, Ryan Betancourt, Gabriel Quirino, Richard Sucuzhanay, Amira Ravshanova