Please join us tomorrow, Wednesday, May 17th, for student led conferences! During this time, your child will showcase the work that they’ve been doing! Below you will find suggested questions for you to ask your child during his or her student led conference!
Please check back for the rescheduled date!
Please join us for the P.S. 32 Science Fair on Friday, February 3, 2017 at 1:15pm! We are so excited to share all of our hard work and learning with you!
Last week, after celebrating and recognizing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy, Ms. Rosado’s class talked about the purpose of marches, protests, standing up for who you are and what you believe in, and using your voice. Students then created posters to communicate their messages.
Fifth graders are kicking off a unit on division. Check out the resources below they are using to help them learn!
Last year Ms. Sorkin’s class talked about their composting project using stop-motion animation and original rhymes.
Ms. Averill’s class made this video this morning by each student adding their favorite line from their recent “Where I’m from” poems to this “mashup” video poem. Students chose images from the Internet to support the details in their lines, and 2 students chose music that would hold the different lines together and create a…
As the holidays are quickly approaching, we are reminded of how fast this school year is moving. We are asking all of our 5th grade students to challenge themselves academically and socially, to make strong decisions and demonstrate good behavior and respect throughout the school building. As we continue to strive for excellence throughout the…
Ms. Sorkin’s class created a video to announce PS 32’s composting efforts!
Dear 5th Grade Families, We are so excited to invite you all to the Fifth Grade Thanksgiving celebration that will be held on Wednesday, November 25th. We would like to invite families to participate in the holiday feast and celebrate all that we are thankful for. A sign up sheet of suggested contributions for the…