School Events/Good News Blog


No Internet. No Problem! PBS has you covered!

posted Mar 30, 2020, 12:18 PM by District 22



Television can engage, inspire, and provide meaningful learning experiences for our students without the need of computers or the Internet.
These discussion questions, activities, and student organizers, based on our Frame, Focus, and Follow-up approach to media viewing, will ensure your students get the most out of their television viewing experience. 
BROADCAST SCHEDULE
Follow the links below to see this week’s schedules with links to online educational resources. 
  • WLIW21 – educational content for grades K-12 from 6:30am-4pm
  • WLIW WORLD – special schedule for grades 6-12 from noon-5pm
VIEWING TIPS AND ORGANIZERS
Do you work with preK-2 students? Visit the family blog for tips and resources for younger viewers.

Online Learning

To integrate PBS resources into your remote learning lessons, visit our PBS LearningMedia page. It’s easy – PBS LearningMedia is fully integrated with Google Classroom and Remind.

Additional Online Resources:

Teacher Connections

Stay connected to our larger teacher community through the PBS Teachers’ Lounge, including this blog post, “Distance Learning Tips From One Teacher to Another.


Remote Learning Google Drive

posted Mar 30, 2020, 11:25 AM by District 22   [ updated Mar 31, 2020, 8:43 AM ]


Remote Learning Photos


PS 194 Winner LIRR/MTA Stay Safe on the Tracks Contest

posted Mar 13, 2020, 12:25 PM by District 22   [ updated Mar 13, 2020, 12:25 PM ]

Thanks to the slogan created by Sundus C. 5th Grader, PS 194 was recognized as the winner of the LIRR/MTA Stay Safe on the Tracks contest. The slogan is now on a banner hanging at the Atlantic Street station in Brooklyn.

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IS 278 Nets February 2020 Scholar of the Month

posted Mar 13, 2020, 12:02 PM by District 22   [ updated Mar 13, 2020, 12:02 PM ]

Each month, one student participating in NETSTEM is rewarded with the opportunity to attend a Brooklyn Nets home game alongside a mentor from Infor. The group receives the opportunity to attend pre-game shootaround courtside, snap a photo with a Nets player and also take a behind-the-scenes tour of Barclays Center with a focus on STEM related careers throughout the venue. The goal of the evening is to open the student’s mind to all of the exciting career possibilities in STEM and beyond. 

FEBRUARY 2020

Student Name:Christopher
School: Marine Park Intermediate School 278

I'm honored to be the Nets Scholar of the month. It was fun to watch warm ups from courtside, meet players and cheer for the Nets. It was an experience I will never forget. Thanks to everyone at Marine Park JHS and the Nets for making this happen! https://www.nba.com/nets/community/netsstem-infor 

PS 277 Pre-Kindergarten Dress Up When I Grow Up

posted Mar 13, 2020, 6:41 AM by District 22   [ updated Mar 13, 2020, 6:41 AM ]

Dr. Seuss wrote many famous children's books such as The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham. His books are fun, silly, with interesting and imaginative characters and stories. Kids all over the world have loved and grown up with Dr. Seuss stories and books.Mrs. Kerrigan, Ms. Sara and Pre-Kindergarten Dress Up When I Grow Up.

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Parent Coordinators Invited to #Census2020 Training

posted Mar 13, 2020, 6:31 AM by District 22   [ updated Mar 13, 2020, 6:32 AM ]

Some of our amazing D22 parent coordinators at the #CENSUS2020 info session at Brooklyn Borough Hall #GetCountedNYC #March12 #ParentCoordinators #EmpoweringFamilies

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No One Eats Alone at PS 245

posted Mar 13, 2020, 6:29 AM by District 22   [ updated Mar 13, 2020, 6:29 AM ]

No One Eats Alone is a lunchtime school event that seeks to reverse the trends of social isolation by asking students to engage in a simple act of kindness at lunch – making sure that "No One Eats Alone" and students are making an effort to eat with new classmates, peers, or teachers . Our Student Government helped in helping to make this event a success. All the staff at PS 245 took part as students were able to choose who they would like to eat with.

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PS 315 and PS 222 Pen-Pals Meet for March Mathness

posted Mar 13, 2020, 6:26 AM by District 22   [ updated Mar 13, 2020, 6:26 AM ]

Mathematics is a universal language. Students from P.S. 315 and P.S. 222 have been writing letters to each other this year. Yesterday, the pen-pals met each other during a visit to 222. We celebrated March Math-ness together by completing the KenKen Challenge. 
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PS 315 March Mathness

posted Mar 13, 2020, 5:33 AM by District 22   [ updated Mar 13, 2020, 5:33 AM ]

P.S.315 celebrated March Mathness with Math Jeopardy today! Students from class 5-408 and class 5-403 had a friendly competition against each other. Here are some action shots of some students solving equations!

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Joan Snow Pre-K at Coney Island Avenue Respect for All and No One Eats Alone

posted Mar 6, 2020, 5:59 AM by District 22   [ updated Mar 6, 2020, 6:04 AM ]

In support of "RESPECT FOR ALL" &"NO ONE EATS ALONE" we celebrated our kindness towards others by having a "Friendship Luncheon" at The Joan Snow Prek Center on Coney Island Avenue.


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