You are invited - District Six Community Educational Council English Language Learners & IEP Committee Professional Panel Discussion

District Six Community Educational Council English Language Learners & IEP(Individual Educational Plan)Committee  invite you to a Professional Panel Discussion about : the challenges faced by the Individual Educational Plan student  with English Language Deficiency and the Learning Expectations  Dc6.pdf 

Date:Saturday, December 10, 2016 Where: PS 28 The Wright Brothers School 475 West 155 Street NYC 10032 When: 10:00 am-12:00pm  BREAKFAST WILL BE SERVED 

An immigration Talk: What Parents Should know

Come learn about:

  • You and your children's right 
  • Important tips on navigating your immigrant status 
  • resources to support your family during this transition

When: Monday , December 12. 2016 Where: PS 132 , Juan Duarte Elementary School 185 Wadsworth Ave From: 8:30-10:30 am

Boys Learn Differently

Join us as we explore how to use these differences to inspire the boys we love 

Presented by the UFT on Tuesday December 13, 2016 from 5:30-7:30pm at JHS 52 650 Academy Street, NYC10034

Breakaway Hoops- Winter Camps for Boys and Girls 6-15 years of age

Come to learn the fundamental or to improve your game.

Winter Break Camp 1 at The Avenue World School: 12/19-23, 2016  9:00 am -4:00 pm

Winter Break Camp 2 at The Dempsey Center: 12/27-30, 2016 9:00-4:00 pm

Questions please contact 646.776.2021 or  for registration www.breakawayhoops.com

 

 

 

HUDSON RIVER PARK PRESENTS

Summer of Family Fun 2016 :

Thank you for your interest in educational programs at Hudson River Park. As a valued member of our community, we wanted to share the upcoming SUMMER OF FUN programs and events with you. From music to magic to science & nature programs, Hudson River Park's SUMMER OF FUN will keep your family happy all summer long! 

This year, Pier 62 will host HUDSON RIVERKIDS, featuring all of your favorite New York City family performers on Monday evenings starting June 5, FREE!  In July & August, the party moves down to Tribeca's Pier 25.

While you're on Pier 62, take a ride on a bear, a skunk, an eel or any other Hudson Valley animal on the Pier 62 Carousel in Chelsea.

Hudson River Park's newest free nature and science program, SHELL-EBRATE OYSTERS, gives kids the opportunity to work alongside Park staff to restore oysters and learn how these bivalves benefit the health of the River. 

 With 4 miles of Hudson River Park waterfront, take a look at what you can do this summer! 

 

JUNE 6 HUDSON RIVER KIDS

Starting June 6

FREE

6:30−7:15pm

Pier 62 cross at W 23 St.

Pier 25 cross at N. Moore St.

 

 

 

June 6

Story Pirates - Interactive Storytelling

Pier 62

June 13

Ramblin' Dan and The Freewheelin Band - Music

Pier 62

June 20

City Stomp - Music

Pier 62

June 27 

Penny Jones & Co. Puppets

Pier 62

     

July 11

The Pop Ups - Music  

Pier 25

July 18

Mister G - Music

Pier 25

July 25 

Mil's Trills - Music

Pier 25

Aug 1 

Story Pirates - Interactive Storytelling

Pier 25

Aug 8

Kid Ace - Magic

Pier 25

Aug 15

Rolie Polie Guacamole - Music

Pier 25

 

In case of rain, Hudson RiverKids will take place in the lobby of Pier 40 at 

  1. Houston St.

 

JULY3 - POP UP MAKER SPACE AND SHELL-EBRATE OYSTERS

POP UP Maker:

SUNDAYS

July 3−Aug 21 4:30−6pm on Pier 84 at W 44 St

THURSDAYS

July 7−Aug 25, 5−7pm on Pier 25 at N. Moore St. 

Calling all Makers! Join us at our outdoor Maker Space for weekly workshops challenging participants to design and construct solutions to real-world problems. Come tinker, test and learn in Hudson River Park.

PRE-REGISTRATION RECOMMENDED

 

SHELL-EBRATE OYSTER:

SUNDAYS

July 3−Aug 21: 4:30−6pm on Pier 25 at N. Moore St. 

Oysters filter water, engineer reef habitat and stabilize shorelines.Work alongside Park staff to restore oysters and learn how these bivalves benefit the health of the River.

REGISTRATION RECOMMENDED

RIVER RANGER CLUB

RIVER RANGER CLUB- STARTING JULY 7

MONDAYS 

July 11−Aug 29, 2:30−3:30pm on Pier 25 at N Moore St.

THURSDAYS

July 7−Aug 25, 1−2pm on Pier 46 Upland at Charles St. 
Each week, kids ages 5−9 explore the wonders of the Hudson River ecosystem through discovery-based science experiments, nature inspired carfts and lessons on important Hudson River wildlife, such as seahorses and crabs.

COST FOR 8 PROGRAMS: $120

SPECIAL RATE: $90 

Exclusively for current Friends of Hudson River Park cardholders! 

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

HUDSON RIVERFLICKS

 

FREE MOVIES Starting July 8 FAMILY FRIDAYS 

on Pier 46 at Charles St., Dusk, generally around 8:30pm  

 

July 8

Minions PG

July 15

The Peanuts Movie G

July 22

Shaun the Sheep PG 

July 29

Kung Fu Panda 3 PG

Aug 5

Penguins of Madagascar PG

Aug 12

Goosebumps PG

Aug 19

The Princess Bride PG

There's something for everyone in the family on Friday nights in Hudson River Park! FREE POPCORN! Beverages and snacks are available for purchase.

 

 

BIG CITY FISHING

FREE-Learn how to fish while engaging with trained environmental educators about various river science topics. We provide the rods, reels, bait and instruction. Appropriate for adults and kids 5+.
 

June 5−Sept 18

Sundays

12−4pm

Pier 25 at N. Moore St.

July 3−Aug 21

Sundays

12−4pm

Pier 46 at Charles St.
Pier 84 at W 44 St.

July 11−Aug 22

Mondays

5−7:30pm

Pier 25 at N. Moore St.

July 6−Aug 24

Wednesdays

5−7:30pm

Pier 46 at Charles St.

 

TOURS

Starting June 5

HUDSON RIVER 

NATURE WALK

FREE

Sundays through Sept 25

Meet at the Christopher Street Fountain at 9am  


Learn about Hudson River Park's wildlife by joining experienced naturalists on guided nature walks along the Park's esplanade.

 

PRE-REGISTRATION RECOMMENDED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PIER 62 CAROUSEL & FREINDSHIP

PIER 62 CAROUSEL:

This signature 36 ft carousel has been created using 33 hand-carved wood figures of Hudson River Valley animals and one chariot, allowing for up to 36 passengers, per ride. The carousel building has been designed with a green roof and opens out to a large sprawling lawn and tree-lined pathways.

FRIENDSHIP:

PLAY. EXPLORE. ENJOY.

It's your backyard. Get the very most of what it has to offer! Friends enjoy unique benefits and opportunities in the Park while helping us grow this tremendous city treasure and community asset. Join us and get involved in Your Park.


Become a Friend of Hudson River Park today!

The Mott Hall School Parent Teacher Association

The MHS Parent Teacher Association celebrates it's general meeting on the third Wednesday of the month. Below please find a list of tentative topics for discussion in our PTA learning community.

  1. January 20, 2016 : How can we help our children make better goals that improve their school performance?
  2. February 24, 2016: How to improve communication between parent and child/student? 
  3. March 23, 2016: How to manage stress for parents and children during testing time?
  4. April 20, 2016; Nutrition, how much sugar /wrong foods can affect my child's health?
  5. May 18, 2016: Explanation of how the High School application process works; and why it is important to maintain a good average in middle school? What are High Schools looking for?
  6. June 15, 2016: End of the Year Celebration and the importance of staying active both physically and mentally during the summer vacation?