CVSR Students Win Technology Awards
Seventh-grade students at Channel View School for Research recently garnered two of the top three trophies at the Region 5 Technology Fair with their Power Point presentations on important events in American History.
Nailah Mosley walked away with the first place trophy, the third place trophy was awarded to Nelson Sanabria, and honorable mention was received by Izaiah Rudolph.
The power point presentations were also demonstrated for families and the community at Channel View’s Gallery of Student Work on Tuesday, June 7, 2005. Sanabria and Mosley are pictured with their trophies, flanking their teacher, John Buckley. Principal Pat Tubridy said she was proud of her students’ application of what they learned: “When students are actively engaged in their learning, it is amazing what they can do.
“John Buckley is an excellent teacher in planning and facilitating the learning in his classes.” Channel View School for Research opened in September 2004 with over 400 students in grades 6 through 9.
Located in a separate wing at Beach Channel High School, Channel View will add a grade each year until it includes all grades from 6 through 12. Channel View follows the academically rigorous curriculum sequence of Core Knowledge, while engaging students in hands-on, collaborative, project-based interdisciplinary learning in the field and in the classroom, using the workshop model. This project-based learning is built on Channel View’s strong connections with the principles of the Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound Program.
For more information about Channel View’s programs, contact Principal Patricia Tubridy at (718) 634-1970.