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Registration opens this Monday, March 23rd at 8AM at ps32.org/afterschool Register on your computer, tablet or phone – it’s easy!
Classes run from March 30th 2015 – June 19th 2015
This session will begin on Monday, March 30 and run till Friday, June 19 There are no after school classes 4/3 through 4/10, 5/13, 5/15, 5/25, 6/4, 6/5, 6/9 and 6/15
If you have any questions or would like to assist in a class to receive a free class for your child please contact Camille Casaretti at email@example.com
Click here to view the TENTATIVE Spring 2015 After School Schedule of Classes
We have been awarded a grant funded by Councilmen Brad Lander to participate with Parents as Arts Partners from the Center for Arts Education. The five-week art program will be led by a teaching artist in the evening for two hours. Each grade will have a chance to participate. See pictures from our March 5th Pre-K and Kindergarten Family Art Night here
The schedule is as follows:
March 12 Grade 1
March 23 Grades 4 and 5
March 24 Grade 2
March 31 Grade 3
Grandparents and caregivers are welcome, too! Pizza will be served from 6– 6:30 p.m. There will also be a door prize at each session.
Contact Ms Bowie to RSVP your spot firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-222-6400 ext.6371
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PTA of P.S. 32 Gertrude Hawk Chocolates Online Sale
- All web orders require credit card payment, so that’s money you don’t have to collect
- Friends and family will have their orders sent directly to their homes (standard shipping fees apply).
- Orders can be placed now through March 29th!
For any questions, please call Gertrude Hawk Chocolates Customer Service at 1-800-706-6275 or email us at email@example.com
Thank you for your support! Click here to view the Gertrude Hawk Flyer
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HELP US DEFER PTA EXPENSES
Did you know that the P.S. 32 PTA recycles old HP toner cartridges of any type? Bring your old HP cartridges to the next PTA Meeting. We’ll take it off your hands! The PTA receives cash or credit and the funds help pay for office supplies. You and your friends can help!
On Tuesday, Feb. 24, P.S. 32 celebrated Black History Month with a night of music, dance, and great food.
The night started out with our 5th grade students, organized by the Good Shepard Services After School program, presenting their take on “Black is Beautiful: Past, Present & Future.” Representing the past, the students researched, created, and presented a timeline of American History featuring black innovators and leaders such as Maya Angelou, Rosa Parks, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Representing the present, the 5th grade students created a collage representing images of black beauty for both men and women. Presenting themselves as the future, the students composed and performed a rap about who they are and where they aspire to be in the world.
Next up, our 2nd graders, who, with the help of the Good Shepard Services After School program, researched and presented historical Civil Rights Leaders in Black History. They ended their presentation by taking a symbolic march around the auditorium to the civil rights anthem, “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Round.” Well done, 5th and 2nd graders, you are our future and you make us proud!
After our student presentations, guest artists Fully Focused Dance Company took the stage with a hip hop and traditional Ghanese dance performances. These dancers have performed in large venues such as the Barclays Center, Radio City Music Hall and Staples Center, and we were honored to have them show us their stuff!
After the presentations and performances, it was time to eat! The P.S. 32 community sat down for some pasta, fried chicken, grilled chicken, salads, and desserts! Check out the celebration by visiting our picture gallery here.
Thank you Good Shepard Services counselors Christian, Star, Jahmal, Tyrik, and Barbara, for helping our students celebrate Black History Month! Thank you to Fully Focused Dance Company LLC for bringing it! Thank you, parent volunteers and Ms. Bowie for another Family Fun Night. Thank you to all who came out to celebrate the African American contributions to our shared American History. Lastly, thank you to the P.S. 32 community and the PTA of P.S. 32 whose funding made this celebration possible.
Want to learn more? Visit the NYC Department of Education page with learning resources celebrating Black History.