New York Times Neediest Cases Fund: Witnessing History
Spring 2012: MHSIS students interviewed and wrote memoirs for the senior citizens at Morningside House, which were then published.
Back Row: Kerline Batista, Julian Daley, Amaris Prince, Lashanda Anakwah, Mamadou Bah
Front Row: Keyla Inoa, Brian DeGuzman, Kevin Boadu
Citizen Schools Teachers
Fall 2011: MHSIS students taught an apprenticeship for Citizen Schools to 7th graders at the Bronx School of Science Inquiry and Investigation (MS331). They planned and taught lessons on Community Outreach. One of the products that their students created is pictured.
Left to Right: Bonnie Maldonado, Cristopher Arecena, Monica Escanio, Michelle Acevedo, Victoria Tsymbaliuk, Sally Kake
Not Pictured: Melizabeth Garcia, Ellen Gonzalez, Marlon Izaguirre
Marble Hill BuildOn members have logged 1,785 total hours of service (and counting) during the 2012-13 School Year!
Jazmine Fulgencio was nominated for the New York Yankees
Youth Leadership Award by Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, for her role as a youth leader and member of the Youth Leadership Council. She has acted as a mentor for special needs youth with the KHCC, and is also trained as a peer mediator at Marble Hill School for International Studies. Additionally, she is one of the biographers for the 2012-2013 Witnessing History (see below for last year's group - details coming in March!).