Greenpoint Gazette

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  • P.S. 18 Edward Bush School for Leadership Read more >

    P.S. 18 Edward Bush School for Leadership

    P.S. 18 Edward Bush School for Leadership 101 Maujer Street (718) 387-3241 Principal: Alison J. Alexander How does your school work to best meet the diverse needs of your student body? The parent coordinator is holding monthly parent workshops to provide parents with tools to support their children at home. Parents of students at the […]

  • P.S.16 Leonard Dunkly Read more >

    P.S.16 Leonard Dunkly

    P.S.16 Leonard Dunkly 157 Wilson Street (718) 782-5352 Principal: Mary Renny www.ps16k.org How does your school work to best meet the diverse needs of your student body? The school involves the community in many programs, such as Cookshop, which is offered to every class,as well as students’ families. In addition the school offers classes in […]

  • Brooklyn Heights to Get Jewish Day School in 2015 Read more >

    Brooklyn Heights to Get Jewish Day School in 2015

    Brooklyn Heights is set to welcome its first Jewish day school next fall. Brooklyn Heights Jewish Academy (BHJA) – a coeducational, Jewish day school, will open its doors with the start of the new academic year in September 2015. Similar to schools like the Ramaz Day School in Manhattan, BHJA’s curriculum will offer comprehensive Jewish […]

  • ABC Kids Make Manhattan Ave Their Halloween Home Read more >

    ABC Kids Make Manhattan Ave Their Halloween Home

    There were spooks and thrills aplenty for the kiddy crew at Nassau Avenue’s ABC Child Center. On Halloween, teachers at the preschool took their students – ages three to five years old – trick-or-treating all along the shops and residences located on Manhattan Avenue. The preschoolers even managed to make a stop at the 94th […]

  • I.S. 71 Juan Morel Campos Secondary School Read more >

    I.S. 71 Juan Morel Campos Secondary School

    I.S. 71 Juan Morel Campos Secondary School 215 Heyward Street (718) 302-7900 Principal: Eric Fraser http://www.juanmorelcampos.com How does your school work to best meet the diverse needs of your student body? I.S. 71 offers a robust arts program to all students in grades 6-12. Each of these talent programs – visual arts, band, and theater […]

  • Police Blotter: 90th Precinct Read more >

    Police Blotter: 90th Precinct

    Graham Avenue Apartment Burgled A man was robbed of electronic goods inside of his apartment on Graham Avenue on April 7 at about 4 p.m., according to police. The victim told authorities that he noticed his front door open and his lock damaged when he returned home in the afternoon. A search of his apartment […]

  • Police Blotters: 94th Precinct Read more >

    Police Blotters: 94th Precinct

    Unmotivated Stabbing A 24-year-old man was heading to meet a friend on March 7 around 4 a.m. on Frost Street between Kingsland and Morgan Avenues when he was attacked by an unknown perpetrator, according to police. The victim told police that the perpetrator stabbed him in the lower left part of his stomach. The perpetrator […]

  • Frances Perkins Academy Read more >

    Frances Perkins Academy

    Address: 50 Bedford Avenue Website: http://francesperkinsacademy.enschool.org/ Motto: “Courage, Character, Conscience” In addition to its core curriculum, 11th and 12th graders can take part in Frances Perkins Academy’s (FPA) Learning Through Internship program. An internship coordinator matches students’ interests and passions with opportunities at partners including the Museum of Natural History, the Intrepid, the Brooklyn Public […]

  • Lyons Community School Read more >

    Lyons Community School

    Address: 233 Graham Avenue Website: www.lyonscommunityschool.org In addition to the core curriculum, Lyons offers experiential learning. Their field studies classes, for example, take students outside the classroom, once a week, to study the community. “These classes, which are aligned with essential skills and content, give students an opportunity to make connections between what they learn […]

  • Williamsburg High School for Architecture and Design Read more >

    Williamsburg High School for Architecture and Design

    Address: 257 North 6th Street Website: www.whsad.org In addition to its core courses, Williamsburg High School of Architecture and Design (WHSAD) is the only high school in the United States with a four-year comprehensive curriculum studying historic preservation. WHSAD’s program provides training in the preservation trades, architecture, conservation, engineering and city planning. Students are given […]

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