Click to enlargeAssemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz is inviting students in grades three through 12, who live or go to school in the 45th Assembly District [http://assembly.state.ny.us/mem/Steven-Cymbrowitz/map/], to enter his 2015 Holocaust Memorial Creative Arts Contest. With an unprecedented resurgence of anti-Semitic acts raging across
Parents from PS 130 [http://ps130brooklyn.com/] have launched an online petition [http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/ps-130-upper-and-lower-school] in support of a plan for the incoming PS/IS 437 that they say will help retain the diversity at their Kensington school. The petition, which can be seen here [http://www.
If you’ve been trying to find a worthwhile project to support, look no further than some of the schools right here in our own neighborhood. Clay For Elementary School Art Classes [http://www.donorschoose.org/project/getting-our-hands-into-clay-pottery-tec/1086080/?verify=40170688] School: P.S. 10 [http://ps10.org/] (511 7th
Source: richiebits/FlickrTake that 30-something Park Slope stroller mommies! Sheepshead Bay kicks your ass when it comes to raising children, if you believe the study done by the Citizen’s Committee for Children of New York. According to a News 12 Brooklyn Report [http://brooklyn.news12.com/news/report-bay-ridge-best-neighborhood-in-brooklyn-to-raise-children-1.4716912?
There has been a great effort in the wake of Hurricane Sandy to get kids back to school [/bloomberg-visits-manhattan-beachs-p-s-195-to-tout-speedy-repairs-return-to-schools/] — a not so easy challenge, especially considering that many of the school personnel and teachers have been dealing with their own challenges at home. A New York Daily News report spotlights