Monthly Archives: March 2018

The Democratic Process of Learning

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Dear Families:   During March, third and fifth grade students participated in the Performance Based Assessment process.  Each child sat in front of a panel of adults. These adults included their teacher, another teacher,...   Read More

Today’s news and views

MARCHING ON New York City students are heading to D.C. for the March for Our Lives against gun violence. Pix 11   Electeds tie faster BQE fix with deploying gun-toting cops in schools • Brooklyn Paper...   Read More

Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart, a documentary about Lorraine Hansberry

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  Join Us for Women’s History Month – 3/22! On Thursday, March 22, 2018, 6:30 pm, the National Black Writers Conference (NBWC) & Reel Sisters will host a screening of Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart directed by Tracy Heather Strain. Sighted Eyes...   Read More

Hearing on Proposal for 80 Flatbush Ave.

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Good afternoon District 15 Friends and Families, Below is an announcement from Community Board 2 on the March 28 Public Hearing regarding the proposed 80 Flatbush Avenue towers. CEC15 President Camille Casaretti will be speaking in opposition to...   Read More

Children Making Sense of the World

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Dear Families:   It was not a long amount of time, but on the morning of the 14th, our students had a powerful lesson in democracy.   Discussions before and after spoke of the need...   Read More

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