Archive for June, 2017

Disability Pride Parade

Posted June 20, 2017 By Donna Moscatello
On Sunday July 9th at 11:00AM, the NYC Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities will be holding their 3rd annual Disability Pride Parade. This is a march for everyone: people with disabilities, friends and family of people with disabilities, city agencies who serve the disability community and anyone else that just wants to celebrate disability pride.
With a population of almost 1 million people with disabilities in NYC, every city agency has worked in some way to make a difference for the community. The Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities is asking for city agencies to show their disability pride and come march. This is a great opportunity for outreach, community engagement and to just have a good time.
You can register yourself or on behalf of your agency at: 
NYC.gov/disabilitypride.
If you have any questions please email: 
NYC-DisabilityParade@cityhall.nyc.gov
.

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Our Winners are Honored at BPL Award Ceremonies

Posted June 15, 2017 By Hal Miller

Dear All,

I am just sharing with you a few pics at the Award Ceremonies for our winning 8th graders. Yasmine Benjelloun (8SE) was accompanied
by her mother, sister, and three PS/IS 30 faculty members at a widely regarded Ezra Jack Keats Book Making Competition. We were also treated nicely at the Ceremony as all attended teachers received an opportunity to order 15 books.

Yesterday, Ned Vizzini’s Foundation honored Sundous Aljahmi (8ML). Her poem (2nd place in New York City Creative Writing Contest 2017) has already been published, and you are welcome to see the book in the library on display.

Earlier, Ismayil Gurbanov (8SP) made his way to Albany to New York State Geography Bee!


It is so awarding to see success of our 8 graders as a result of work of all educators and staff members who have been nurturing
these students from 6 to 8 grades!

Alla Umanskaya
School Librarian
PS/IS 30 Mary White Ovington

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Afterschool Program K-4th Grade

Posted June 14, 2017 By Donna Moscatello

Here is information about signing up for September Elementary Afterschool program.

 

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Free Adult Summer ESL Program

Posted June 14, 2017 By Donna Moscatello
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Free Breakfast & Lunch for Children

Posted June 9, 2017 By Donna Moscatello
The annual Summer Meals program will launch on June 29, providing free, healthy breakfasts and lunches at hundreds of public schools, pools, parks, libraries and other locations around the city. Summer Meals are available to all children 18 years and younger, regardless of New York City residency. No ID, registration or documentation is required. You should print out and backpack home this flyer to families about the Summer Meals program by June 23; translated versions are available via this same link.
Families can download the free SchoolFood mobile app (for both Apple and Android) and find Summer Meals locations by visitingschoolfoodnyc.org, or texting “NYCMEALS” to 877-877, or dialing 311.
Your SchoolFood manager will provide you with posters about the Summer Meals program by June 16; please display them at the main entrance to your school building.
For questions and additional assistance, email Peter Fois.
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Free Books for Families and Teachers

Posted June 6, 2017 By Donna Moscatello
40,000 Free  Books for Children 
(Newborns to age 18)
Coming to Brooklyn
Date: Saturday, June 10, 2017 
Time: 8:AM – 1:00 PM   
Place: PS 105 courtyard– District 20
58th st between 11th & Ft. Hamilton pkwy
These books are being brought to New York City thanks to a partnership among the United Federation of Teachers, the American Federation of Teachers, and First Book.
They will have on-site registration.
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GEM Survey Results for K-3 grade

Posted June 2, 2017 By Donna Moscatello
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