Art Teacher: Althea PorterOur Visual Art students have been working hard to hone their artistic skills. With much effort, a fourth-grade student PRIONTI DAS, her artwork was one of the few selected to be on display at the Queens Museum for the 2019 Visual Arts
The month of December is a busy one for NYC DOE schools; and I.S. 59Q is no exception! This month has included a toy drive, a sock drive, and a joint coat drive with Success Academy (with whom we share space).
Tasnim from Ms. Capo’s fifth-grade class participated in a residency at PS 33Q and her artwork was selected to be showcased in the Studio in a school event that took place at Christie’s New York at Rockefeller Plaza. Her artwork
The Lemon Face Challenge was created to raise funds to combat diffuse intrinsic pontine gliomas (DIPG), an oft-terminal form of cancer in the brainstem that most commonly affects children aged 5 to 9 years old. The Lemon Face Challenge was
HELP US CELEBRATE THE ARTS IN DISTRICT 29! MAY 19, 2O18 SPRINGFIELD GARDENS EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX 143-10 SPRINGFIELD BLVD, SPRINGFIELD GARDENS, NY 11413 10 AM – 1 PM LIVE BAND, FOOD, AND ART EXHIBITION INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCE BY BROOKLYN RAGA MASSIVE’S RAGA
“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,
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,
Assistant Principals gather from around NYC to attend the Chancellor’s Assistant Principal Conference on December 7. The topic of the conference is “High-Quality Instruction: Supporting ALL Learners” and will include remarks by Chancellor Carmen Fariña and Deputy Chancellor Phil Weinberg in the morning program. This