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Congratulations Antoinette Bianco of PS 231K! Based on your participation in this year's Content and Continuity TAH grant you and your school have been selected to receive a Civil Rights resource library.  The titles in this library reflect those identified by the New York Public Library in its list of books for this year of the grant program. The topics include: voting, race and identity, women, children, immigrants and the Constitution. The library is valued at $2,500.




Mykyta Litvinov, from Sandra Fredrickson's class will be participating in a horseback riding demonstration on Saturday, May 17th in Central Park.  He has been doing very well in our weekly riding lessons with Gallop NYC and we are all very proud of him!


For more information about this event and the Gallop NYC organization, please visit their website at:
http://www.gallopnyc.org/



Chiroy Torchon’s art project, entitled Building, has been selected to be part of the exhibition at the Madison Avenue Art Gallery Walk on Saturday, May 10th.  His art will be displayed at the Michelle Rosenfeld Gallery.  Congratulations on this honor!

For more information, please visit BID’s website: http://www.madisonavenuebid.org/new/default2.asp





The following students received letters from Community Mayors Inc. informing them that they had been awarded scholarships to attend a summer camp of their choice!  Congratulations to Daniel Black and Mark Atwell!! We hope they come back to school in the fall with great summer camp stories!


Thanks to ELA teacher and Testing Coordinator Sandra Bruh, we recognized by the Arbor Day Foundation for our donation of 50 trees to be planted in the Gallatin National Forest.


Social Studies teacher, Antoinette Bianco, was featured in the Teacher's Lounge section of the April 2008 issue of American Teacher Magazine. Take a look...





Nancylee Cidoni and her class had the opportunity to work with the VSA arts of New York City program.  As part of their EnvironArt: The World Around Us series, VSA arts of New York City worked with schools around the city to create murals.  12 of these murals were selected for inclusion in the VSA arts of New York City's 2008 calendar and Ms. Cidoni's class was among them!  Their beautiful artwork was chosen to represent the month of February.