2006-02-10 / Community

CVSR To Host Winter Gallery

CVSR To Host Winter Gallery

Channel View School for Research

will host its second annual Winter

Gallery of Student Work on Thursday,

February 16, 2006, from 7:00 p.m. to

9:30 p.m. During the Gallery, students

from Channel View's 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th,

and 10th grade classes will present

and explain some of their outstanding

projects completed during the first half

of the school year. The event, which

will take place in Channel View's

classrooms in the "B Wing" of Beach

Channel High School, is open to the

public and is free of charge.

Channel View School for Research

opened in September 2004 with over

400 students in grades 6 through 9,

and added a 10th grade in September

2005. 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

based interdisciplinary learning in

Student presenters from Channel View's 2005 Winter Gallery of Student Work included Martin Rosillo, Yasmine Clay, Natalie Olivencia, Alicia Keane and Amirah Farr. Student presenters from Channel View's 2005 Winter Gallery of Student Work included Martin Rosillo, Yasmine Clay, Natalie Olivencia, Alicia Keane and Amirah Farr. the field and in the classroom, using

an interactive teaching 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.

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