PS7 Class X01 created and presented their project entitled “The City that Never Sleeps” during the 3rd Annual District 75 Social Studies Fair held at the New York Historical Society. The project was led by the collaboration between Ms. Arminda Crisostomo and Ms. Calianne Botsaris with the help of Ms. Tiffany Bejarano and Ms. Frimy Parola.Continue reading “P255Q @ PS 7 Attends the 3rd Annual District 75 Social Studies Fair”
Even after all the snow just stopped coming down on Thursday night our staff dug themselves out and were in bright and early for their students!…… – They even brought breakfast for each other!
The theme of District 75’s Best Practices Fair was “The Power of One, The Power of Many”. Each of our sites worked on projects focusing on the theme. The Superintendent of District 75 commented on the wonderful “authentic student work” and complimented our school for our creative display . Parents, teachers and supervisors attending the fair enjoyed the work and walkedContinue reading “PS255 at the District 75’s Best Practices Fair”
Click on this link: “Base Companies Participating in Assignment of Payment Process” to find a list compiled by the Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) of car services and other transportation providers who have agreed to participate in the program established by the NYCDOE to pay, at the parents’ direction, private transportation providers for the cost of transportingContinue reading “Alternative Transportation during the Bus Strike”
Update from Chancello Dennis M. Walcott: January 4, 2013 Dear Parents and Guardians, I want to update you on the possibility of disruption in yellow bus service, which may impact your child. I am deeply concerned about the impact of a strike on our students and families and want to make sure you areContinue reading “Update on Possible Bus Strike”