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!
Pre-K hosted a breakfast to thank their mothers, grandmothers and aunts for all they do for them! Thank you to all who attended this wonderful event!
Pre-K 201 enjoyed a beautiful day in our school garden. Students took turns digging in the soil to plant a potato. Students gave the potato plant water, soil, and sun to help it grow. Students were able to smell oregano and scallions while in the garden. Thanks to Mr. Payret for teaching us about the school’s garden!…
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Today, Pre-K welcomed families into the classrooms to enjoy Bunny Breakfast together. The students worked hard on their crafts and had a wonderful breakfast. Thank you to all who helped and attended this event.
The Pre-K celebrated the first day of spring by planting seeds with their families. Thank you to all who attended this wonderful event!
The Pre-K classes celebrated the 100th day of school by counting all the way to 100, making hats, and creating projects that contained 100 things!
Pre-K celebrated Valentine’s Day by wearing red or pink and exchanging valentines with their friends!
The students of Pre-K 202 were immersed in an 8 week art unit involving the topic of winter. Using various art materials, they studied shapes and the color blue. Students learned how to make snow using shaving cream and glue. They created 3D boxes inspired by Jack Ezra Keats book, “A Snowy Day” and made hats…
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!
On Friday, January 27th the Pre-K classes invited their dads and other special men in their lives to enjoy a read aloud, craft, and donuts together. Thank you to all who attended this fun event!
In this month’s unit of study, students will move from inquiring and thinking critically about themselves, their classmates and their family to the spaces that those people inhabit.