April 11, 2008 RSS feed / School News

DOE Sets New Regulations For Pre-K

The Department of Education has begun to implement its new streamlined and standardized application process for families enrolling children in pre- Kindergarten in the 2008-09 school year. More...

PHC Promotes Nutrition At BCHS

Peninsula Hospital Center's Clinical Nutrition Manager Rachel Hodelin-Wetzel, MSRD, spent several hours at Beach Channel High School on Friday, March 28, promoting healthy eating habits and good nutrition choices to the students and faculty. More...

Public School /Middle School 183 Talent Show

1On Friday, March 28, the PS/MS 183 student council, SAPIS Counselor Mrs. S. Emanuel and the Parent Association board members presented a talent show that featured karaoke, singing, stepping, dancing, rapping and comedy. More...

Stella Maris Celebrates Blue And Gold

The Annual Blue and Gold competition was the highlight and harbinger of spring on the Rockaway peninsula. The Blue (seniors and freshmen) and Gold (sophomores and juniors) competed in Entrance, Art, Aerobics, Cheer, Dance and Races. More...

Chancellor: Change 'G And T' Admission Requirements

Chancellor Joel I. Klein has proposed revising the new citywide standard for admission to gifted and talented programs to accommodate the overwhelming increase in the number of students testing for admission. More...

Police Commissioner For A Day Essay Contest

The Police Athletic League announces the Police Commissioner for a Day contest for students in grades nine through 12. More...

RAA Hosts Exhibit of Student, Parent Artwork

Structure 2: An Exhibition of Artwork Created by PS 114 Students and Their Parents was held in RAA's sTudio 6 Gallery on Tuesday, April 1. More...

Channel View Students Become Urban Farmers

During the week of March 24, 25 Channel View School for Research (CVSR) sixth graders lived and worked on a dairy farm in Reading, Vermont. More...

PS 47 Students Remove Exotic Species From Refuge

Students in Ms. Williams's science class at PS 47 worked with the Jamaica Bay Guardian to remove Asian bittersweet, an invasive vine, from the trees at the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge. More...


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