Photo: Alisa MinyukovaMANHATTAN BEACH – Students and parents from all different schools in Brooklyn walked out for at least 17 minutes yesterday to remember the lives of the Parkland victims. [/brooklyn-students-walk-out-to-protest-gun-violence/] But it was an entirely different scenario outside P.S. 195 The Manhattan Beach School. A mother and son stood
The Department of Sanitation has created a snow mountain at Shore Boulevard and Irwin Street. (Photo: Audrey Brown)It appears the Department of Sanitation, in their effort to quickly clear the roads after this weekend’s record-breaking blizzard [/volunteers-distribute-hot-food-to-neighbors-stranded-by-the-winter-storm/], has created a treacherous crossing on Shore Boulevard by piling almost
PS 195. Source: Google MapsJoin the Manhattan Beach Community Group Wednesday night in celebrating 75 years [http://www.manhattanbeachbrooklyn.org/?p=487] of service to the neighborhood. In the past, the annual event has drawn hundreds of visitors and featured speeches from many local politicians [/wednesday-72nd-annual-manhattan-beach-community-group-membership-meeting/]. The meeting also promises
The next meeting of the Manhattan Beach Neighborhood Association will meet this Monday, March 30 at 7:30pm. The group plans to discuss “new” zoning issues with special guest Harold Weinberg, an architect and MBNA member. The group will meet at Public School 195, 131 Irwin Street. For further information,
Mayor Bloomberg and Chancellor Walcott at P.S. 195Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Department of Education Chancellor Dennis Walcott visited P.S. 195 (131 Irwin Street) in Manhattan Beach this afternoon, touting the city’s snappy repairs and the return to school of thousands of students across the city. The elementary
Staff shortages, underfunded programs and lack of supplies are crippling public schools as the recession forces budget cuts citywide. One local principal, Arthur Forman of P.S. 195 in Manhattan Beach, described the tight constraints faced by his school – one admittedly better off than most – echoing the concerns of his
Photo by Allison F.I received this letter yesterday from an ecstatic parent, gushing over an appearance by teammates of the Brooklyn Aviators hockey team. We wrote about the Aviators recently, and noted its rising profile as another great Southern Brooklyn pro-sports team [/like-hockey-its-the-aviators-time-to-shine/] . Read what the parent, Allison F.