Thursday, March 26, 2015
Elementary Schools
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As Benedict Baez, 10, rolled out a block of clay at the Spuyten Duyvil Library’s ceramics class, inspiration struck.  “Crocodile — oh, perfect idea!” exclaimed … more
Physical education teacher Marisa Maher had to stand on a stepladder to greet the Robert J. Christen School (P.S. 81)’s latest visitor face-to-face. Pro basketball star Elfrid Payton, who … more
Outside the Luisa Pineiro Fuentes School of Science and Discovery (P.S. 307) on Eames Place stand two speed bumps that did not exist a few months ago: one on a side street and one not far from the … more
When Kinneret Day School student Isabel Lipskar was searching for a show to audition for, one in particular caught her eye: “It’s Easy! An Anti-Bullying Musical.” “I really … more
On Jan. 23, students at the Riverdale Library learned how to fly their own planes — the paper kind, that is.  “Since the beginning of time, man has been trying to fly like … more
The northwest Bronx’s schools have received funding for over 2,000 new seats, but one fundamental question remains: where to put them? On Jan. 15, parents from the area met with members of … more
Like she does on most school days, Bronx Theater High School freshman Brianna Vaughan checked her cell phone in  at a food stand on the way to class on the morning of Jan. 8 and picked it up in … more
Students at AmPark Neighborhood School have run away with the circus.  But to the relief of parents and teachers, this circus travels no further than the school’s gym.   For six … more
A discussion of Salanter Akiba Riverdale (SAR) Academy’s controversial plan to expand its building on West 254th Street was standing room only on Monday night. A crowd of SAR parents and … more
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