P.S.135Q, The Bellaire School: Full S.T.E.A.M. Ahead!

On March 27th, 2018 P.S. 135Q, The Bellaire School held their first S.T.E.A.M. night of the year! It was a tremendous success. Thank you to all community members for participating in the S.T.E.A.M. activities.  Our children have such a bright future ahead! Thank you Ms. Andreolas and team for such an awesome event!

8 Incredible Reasons Why Your Students Need Thinking Maps in their Lives

“What’s on Your Mind?”   8 Incredible Reasons Why Your Students Need Thinking Maps in their Lives Written by Kelly Cintron What are Thinking Maps? Thinking Maps are consistent visual patterns linked directly to eight specific thought processes (defining, classifying, sequencing, comparing and contrasting, describing, cause and effect, part to whole relationships and seeing analogies). […]

P.S. 135Q The Bellaire School: Future Problem Solvers

The Bellaire School’s Future Problem Solver Team won first place! Ms. Andreolas and the Future Problem Solvers, SUDS4Society, spent countless hours identifying critical problems in our society, targeted one specific problem, developed a solution, and created tools and resources for the community to tackle the problem(s). #StopTheSpread Our children’s young creative mind will continue to solve […]

D29: Community of Care and Support

D29 Assistant Principals brainstormed ideas on how to engage and support our community members on an ongoing basis. Some questions our creative leaders reflected on were: What does it look like in your building? How does it feel? What does it sound like? How is it being implemented in your building? How do you know […]

Superintendent’s Message: Community District 29

BEVERLY MITCHELL – COMMUNITY DISTRICT 29 In an effort to close the achievement gap and to improve the instructional supports for English Language Learners (ENLs), Community School District 29 has been working in partnership with the Queens South Field Support Center (QSFSC) in an initiative to raise achievement for our English Language Learners. After reviewing […]

School Culture Counts at the Eastwood School!

Principal Kim Hill According to the National School Climate Center, school climate refers to the quality and character of school life. School climate is based on patterns of students’, parents’ and school personnel’s experience of school life and reflects norms, goals, values, interpersonal relationships, teaching and learning practices, and organizational structures. At P.S.95 we strive to build a positive school culture where all […]