The BNS/BCS Parent Action Committee (PAC) is a group of parents within our 610 Henry St community who are working together to preserve, support, and promote high quality child-centered public education for all students.
This documentary, narrated by Matt Damon, takes an urgently-needed look at how charter schools, vouchers, and the privatization movement are threatening public schools. Screening followed by wine & hors d’oeuvres reception and panel discussion with teachers, parents, and community advocates.
Sponsored by: Jackson Heights People for Public Schools, NYC Council Member Daniel Dromm, New Visions Democratic Club, Alliance for Quality Education, United Federation of Teachers
Reserve your free tickets.
Interested in helping preserve the autonomy of our schools’ curricula? Want to stay informed about public education policy issues? Concerned about the impacts of standardized testing on classrooms, teaching, and children? Curious how education policy impacts social justice? PAC is for you!
The Extravaganza is an annual event directed by José Garcia that showcases the many talents of our BNS students. The talent performed can be almost anything: singing, dancing, performing a short skit with friends, playing a musical... Read More
Racial Identity Development and Adolescents of all Races Presented by Dr. Veronica Benavides, The Center on Culture, Race & Equity at Bank Street College of Education MS 447, 345 Dean Street, Brooklyn... Read More
We’re watching The Incredibles 2, “a great, action-packed superhero sequel”, according to Common Sense Media who rates this movie as appropriate for ages 8 and up. Drop off your kids and enjoy... Read More