School Events/Good News Blog


PS 326 Multicultural Night & Birth Announcement!

posted Jun 11, 2019, 6:32 AM by District 22   [ updated Jun 11, 2019, 6:35 AM ]

Students, families, and staff enjoyed our Annual P.S. 326 Multicultural Night. We shared food from different cultures, viewed a gallery of student artwork, and watched the Color Guard, Chorus, and Dance Club perform! We are proud to announce that 8 baby chicks hatched out of their shells and joined the P.S. 326 family! Welcome to the world little guys! #birthannouncement
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Pennies for Patients and Stuck for a Buck at PS 217

posted Jun 11, 2019, 6:29 AM by District 22

For the second year in a row, PS 217 accepted the challenge to help find a cure for blood cancer! We joined over 27,000 schools across the nation to make a difference and raise as much money as possible. We added each dollar, quarter, dime, nickel and penny and we proudly made it all the way up to $3,800. The highlight of the campaign was the two-day event Stuck for a Buck! Our Principal Mr. Bonilla, Science Teacher Ms. Iside, First Grade Teacher Ms. Small and Fifth Grade Teacher Ms. Descarfino were amazing team players and accepted to be “stuck” for more than 1 hour to the Cafeteria wall to support this charitable cause! Each student had a chance to purchase strips of tape and work together as a school to tape the lucky staff members to the wall. Thank you all – families, students and staff of PS 217 for your philanthropy!

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PS 193 May & June Events

posted Jun 11, 2019, 6:24 AM by District 22   [ updated Jun 11, 2019, 6:25 AM ]

May was a busy month at P.S. 193. It was filled with many wonderful events including fun filled and informative safety assemblies, a student performance assembly through our partnership with the Inside Broadway Program, and our Annual Career Day and Family Art Night. On the 21st, we held “Safe-T Musical” assemblies for our students through our partnership with the NYC Department of Transportation. Students learned safety tips in an exciting and fun way. During Career Day, on the 31st, we held assemblies with a full panel of professionals (some of which were parents and others from our local Community based organizations) which included our very own Councilwoman Farah Louis. Each class also enjoyedan in-class presentation and there were Career Day activity books given to each student to support a strong a home/school connection. Students enjoyed exploring different career options for the future. Also on the 31st, we held our 3rd annual Family Art Night where students learned to create works of art using recycled materials. All families, students and staff, in attendance, had a great time!

June began with a book give-away for our families and Field day and will continue to be just as busy with senior week activities, a carnival, a picnic and of course our Stepping Up and Graduation ceremonies. It was definitely a wonderful year! We hope all of our families enjoy the summer and we look forward to all the wonderful activities and experiences to come in the next school year.



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District 22 5th Annual Music Concert 6/5/19

posted Jun 6, 2019, 5:34 AM by District 22   [ updated Jun 6, 2019, 5:35 AM ]

Congratulations to all the music teachers, administrators, students and families on our outstanding District 22 Music Concert this morning. It was a joy to see teachers and students from schools across the district, working together to make beautiful music!

PS 312 Spring Concert and Theatre Club

posted Jun 6, 2019, 5:23 AM by District 22   [ updated Jun 6, 2019, 5:23 AM ]

Junior and Senior Band, Junior and Senior Chorus, and Rock Band worked together to put on three spectacular shows for our annual Spring Concert. Special solo performances were given by, Ben Garber and Norah Spatarella. The show concluded with the Senior Chorus and a dance performed by Arianna Crabb and Maya Rashid. We were so impressed by the many talents of our PS 312 students! Thank you, Ms. Constanzo & Ms. Kulchinsky and Mr. Liotta for all your hard work and dedication.

After many hours of practice and a lot of hard work, PS 312’s Theatre Club presented, The Phantom of the Music Room. The students, staff, and visiting audience were entertained and delighted. The show was a huge success; amazing work, kids! Special thanks to Ms. Connelly, Ms. Costanza, Ms. Kulchinsky and special staff members Mr. DiMango, Mr. Goodman, Ms. Hicks, Mr. Liotta, Ms. Mangano, Ms. McCormick, and Ms. Skopp for all their time and support.
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School Newsletters June

posted May 31, 2019, 12:32 PM by District 22   [ updated May 31, 2019, 12:32 PM ]

IS 240 Ancient Civilizations Museum

posted May 31, 2019, 11:59 AM by District 22   [ updated May 31, 2019, 11:59 AM ]

Take a look at I.S 240’s first ever AHMAC- our 6th grade Andries Hudde Museum of Ancient Civilizations.

Alongside our Beam Center and Puppetry In Practice residency, with the help of our talented 6th grade teachers, our students embarked on a 2 month journey into Mesoamerica, Mesopotamia, Ancient Greece, China, and Egypt.

We are so proud of our students and teachers for all of their hard work.


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PS 255 Fourth Grade Multicultural Music Show

posted May 31, 2019, 7:17 AM by District 22   [ updated May 31, 2019, 7:18 AM ]

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Senator Kevin Parker Pledges 500K to PS 139 Playground

posted May 28, 2019, 4:44 AM by District 22   [ updated May 28, 2019, 6:04 AM ]

Senator Kevin Parker Pledges 500K
NY State Senator Kevin Parker came for a long awaited visit to PS 139 on Friday, and parents, staff, teachers and students rallied to persuade him to contribute funds towards the long awaited Argyle Play Yard Renovations. Thanks to everyone's efforts, Senator Parker pledged to support the project with a $500,000 line item in his capitol budget this June!  Shout out to the strategy team for this visit, which includes Mia Pearlman, Juno Turner, Josh Lerner, Kate Rose Williams, Kelly Lisman, Holly Anger, Malika Green Barros, Jess Byrne, Lucia Muniz, Shayla Khan, Jferdous Karim, Avi Glickstein, Orli Sharaby LeWinter, Rachael Nevins, Laurie Davidson and Jophrane Ligonde. Brooklyn News 12 was on the scene 

://brooklyn.news12.com/story/40530860/students-teachers-rally-to-fix-playground-at-ps-139?fbclid=IwAR3-Yvsulb1LMRiTmI-9cPwOwLyQU9-TqX2jFB9-cseAGYg5aGxTsGNffPo

PS 139 Students Represent at Salute To Music Festival
Shout out to Idris L (313), Senverson M (317), and Nurbu T (317), who played beautifully in the Brooklyn Junior Band at the Salute to Music Festival on May 19. Senverson also played for the Brooklyn Senior Band!! 


  
 

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