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We make a difference when we connect and share our best practices with each other. That's how we scale, sustain, and restore what works to uplift our schools and students. Thanks, Bronx Leadership Academy High School community for sharing your experiences with me today!
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Did you get together with others for Thanksgiving? Whether or not you have COVID-19 symptoms, get tested at one of our COVID Express locations and get results within 24 hours or less of your visit. Our sites also include testing for flu and RSV: on.nyc.gov/covidexpress
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In honor of Attitude of Gratitude Day (11/21/22) PS 277 students created their own leaves for our gratitude tree. Students were asked to think & write about something they are grateful for in their lives. Their thoughts are represented here on this tree.What are you grateful for?
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Grateful to share the true meaning of the Thanksgiving holiday with the @EagleBronx school community, a time when we pause to reflect on the past year, count our blessings, appreciate what we have, and enjoy time with family and friends. Thanks for inviting me today!
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🗓️ Reminder:@NYCSchoolss will be closed on Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25 for#Thanksgivingg Recess. Check out the 2022-23 school calendar:schools.nyc.gov/calendarwY
We are so proud of our @PS66JKO Student Council for collecting over 200 items for a local Food Pantry! You did amazing things for our #community. We are #thankful for all that donated! #Thanksgiving2022 #givingback @NYCSchools @MrsPanettaPS66 @D27NYC @HCJCANY @5th66 @501ps66 🦃r
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Our @ps120dragons learned the power of expressing gratitude every day and stepped outside to spread some love through art! What are you grateful for? @NYCSchoolsD25
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🚀 Our Hidden Voices series continues in honor of National Native American Heritage Month with our profile of Mary Ross Golda, the first Native American woman to become an aerospace engineer, and one of NASA's "Hidden Figures!" morningbellnyc.com/2022/hidden-vo…o
PreK-262 is growing vegetables and learning about their life cycles.
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🍂🍃 PS 163's Fall Feast Celebration was the perfect opportunity to learn more from each other, teach students the value of gratitude, celebrate the diversity of their community, and have fun! �yQHC
MCHS Environmental Science students have been selected to work w/ Cristian Pietrapiana to help bring awareness about the climate crisis through the use of art. After students read @nytimes articles, they use their knowledge of climate change to begin making power art pieces.
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Partnering with our parents to enrich student learning. A special visit for class k-207 as they learn about Community Helpers! @ps19si @DrMarionWilson @CChavezD31 @CSD31SI #elevateD31 #SILOVE2022 #togetherisbetterD31 #Voice31
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🗓️ November is National Native American Heritage Month. Join us as we commemorate and honor the rich ancestry and traditions of our nation's "First Americans" with our list of suggested books and resources for students in grades 3-K through 12! morningbellnyc.com/2022/celebrate…N
Free at-home COVID-19 test kits are still available in NYC! Pick up tests to use before gathering with family and friends this Thanksgiving. Find a location near you: on.nyc.gov/free-test-kits
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Floating Paper Clips 📎 📎📎Grade 3 Hands-on Investigations - Wit@Amplifyify⁩ Science, our scholars actively participate in science, acting like scientists and engineers as they gather evidence, think critically, solve problems, and communicate their claimqYF
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Feeling thankful for a @NYCSchools teacher? Nominate them for the FLAG Award for Teaching Excellence! Students, parents, colleagues, and school administrators are welcome to nominate educators by the December 2 deadline: flagaward.org/nominate-your-…
Q369 Pre-K Students participate in STEM experiments as they test and re-test the strength of their bird's nests following the read aloud of "The Best Nest". @NYC_District24 @DOEChancellor @NYCSchools
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🦾Lego Robotics🦾 : Our 5th graders are getting competition ready! They built Driving Bots and are learning how to program them to move in specific wayswS
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It was a great time of family engagement at Z099! In partnership with our parents, this is how we create a successful school year!
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We have a future Picasso at Z099! Ms.Bracero’s Pre-K students did a great job creating vivid art!
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Este año académico, los estudiantes de kínder y primer grado de @NYCSchools pueden participar en el Programa de Ahorro para la Universidad de @NYCKidsRISE y obtener Cuentas de Beca NYC con $100 iniciales para su formación universitaria y profesional. nyckidsrise.org/eligibility
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Thanksgiving is one week away! Now is the time to make sure you're vaccinated so you can be protected for family gatherings this holiday season. Get your updated COVID-19 booster and flu shot today: nyc.gov/vaccinefinder
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Yesterday, we celebrated Career day! Each grade met different professionals. Our 4th and 5th graders had the opportunity to meet some entrepreneurs in S.T.E.A.M. The level of questions and engagement was astonishing. @cristinevaughan @District11BX @NYCSchools
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Mr. Dunlop’s 4th graders are learning about NYC and they created sketches of the Empire State Building! @literacy_fox @PS60queens @D27NYC @UFT
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Today I was overjoyed to join Brooklyn's PS 46 on a field trip to the @AMNH. We explored the Hall of Ocean Life 🐋 and learned about our world. So great that field trips are back and@NYCSchoolss students have the chance to explore our city, the world's greatest classroom!r
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Working hard on our farm! Next steps: Students will have to differentiate the two types of lettuce by analyzing the description chart. Is it Green Star lettuce or Coastal Star Romaine? #hydroponicgarden #nycschoolgarden @ps131K15 @NYCDOED15 @ForkFarms
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☑️ Make the most of your parent-teacher conferences this week! Here are some tips and questions that may help you have a productive conversation with your child’s teacher: morningbellnyc.com/2022/get-ready…
“Art is every where!! Art is messy!! Art is fun!! Art is being creative!! Here at PS 249, Art is Home!!”#wherecollegebeginsinprek
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This school year, @NYCSchools kindergarteners AND first graders can participate in the #SaveForCollege Program & get free NYC Scholarship Accounts with an initial $100 for college + career! nyckidsrise.org/eligibility
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☑️ REMINDER: Tomorrow, Friday, November 11, 2022, NYC public schools are closed in honor of #VeteransDay. View our 2022-2023 @NYCSchools calendar at schools.nyc.gov/calendar.
Shared outdoor experiences help @NYCSchools students form bonds and find their voices. Leaders High School in Brooklyn, part of the @NYCOutwardBound network, offers an annual camping adventure to welcome their incoming 9th graders. on.nyc.gov/3WPcmwp
Election Day 2022 at @eagleacademystatenisland! Scholars voted electronically for the 2022-23 SGO cabinet! Winners will be announced on Wednesday, November 9, 2022 during morning announcements!
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Civic education starts now! Student Gov’t election happened today. We hope today’s event provided our scholars an opportunity to learn about the importance of youth vote and gave them the courage to take action in civic engagement. @206MPrincipal @Vibrantsoul_NG @PaulForbesNYC
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#Studentvoices are #futurevoices! Get an inside peek at how these three fifth graders and budding #studentjournalists at @ps107brooklyn kickstarted a student-run newspaper in their school: on.nyc.gov/3tdHbO4
Happy #ElectionDay NYC! 🗳️🗽 Polls are OPEN until 9pm. Make your plan t#votetefindmypollsite.vote.nyc2b Need an interpreter to help you vote? You have the right to vote in your language! 🗣️🌐 More inparticipate.nyc.gov/processes/vote…bLiRb
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K-310 students filled out their voter registration cards in preparation for Election Day!   They then used a ballot to vote for their favorite snack! @NYCSchools @D27NYC
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☑️ REMINDER: Tomorrow, Tuesday, November 8, 2022, is #ElectionDay in NYC. Students do not attend school.
October 31st was Anti-Bullying Day @144Michelangelo ! Students decorated and wore orange t-shirts with anti-bullying messages & positive sayings to stand up to bullying! Staff wore orange and taught students the importance of kindness. @District11BX @cristinevaughan @NYCSchools
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🇺🇸 Election Day-Tuesday, November 8 Second Grade classes designed voter badges and calculated the year they would cast their first official vote! Third-grade classes digitally created "Get Out the Vote" posters@MrsHarrisonPS6060@literacy_foxo@D27NYCY@NYCSchoolsl@CSforAllNYCYHy
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The Fair Student Funding Working Group's recommendations for @NYCSchools can be found here: schools.nyc.gov/funding. We will review the report to consider how we will propose that the FSF formula be applied most equitably for next year.
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As we work to create a stronger, more equitable education system, I am grateful for the Fair Student Funding Working Group's dedication to @NYCSchools communities and students. Thanks for submitting your final recommendations in time to impact the FY2024 formula.
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DYK? Fair Student Funding (FSF) is the main source of money for most schools. Since July, the FSF group has worked hard to identify challenges, opportunities, and proposals to best support #NYCPublicSchools. Visit schools.nyc.gov/funding to learn more about FSF.
Mrs. Cunningham’s classes studied Salvador Dai’s “Persistence of Memory” in honor of Daylight Savings Day. Then they tried drawing some “melting clocks” of their own. @literacy_fox @PS60queens @D27NYC twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
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