For the third year in a row, prep students participated in the hour of code!
The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries.
The Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics.
This past Sunday (May 18th) a group of Humanities Prep students participated in the annual AIDS walk through Central Park. The AIDS Walk New York benefits GMHC and more than 40 AIDS service organizations throughout the tri state area. It took us forever just go get to the starting point. But they stuck it out to the very end.
Even if you couldn't make it to the Highway to Health this past Sunday down at South Street Seaport, we wanted to share some pictures with you.
We all had a BLAST cooking in the competition that run during the event, and made vegetarian jambalaya. We then dressed up in mardi graas costumes to complete our NOLA theme. The judges loved it!! We were noted for having the dish with the most nutritional value/with the most veggies, while still tasting great.
The students were an absolute JOY and privilege to work with. They were the only ones to all show up and on time, and worked really hard while we cooked...although we also had a lot of fun :) From Prep we had Raymond and Infinity. From Baldwin: Michelle Lyles, Saeda, and Misael Rodriguez. The students have also formed some Prep-Baldwin friendships due to cooking club which is nice to see.
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