Overcrowding may soon be one less problem to solve at one Woodside school. Councilmember Jimmy Van Bramer gathered with other elected officials, School Construction Authority (SCA) representatives, the school administration, parents and students to announce the expansion of I.S. 125.
Education & Kids
One middle school in Jackson Heights may soon be less crowded.
New York City’s public schools are closed Friday, Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña announced.
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio has named Carmen Farina, a veteran employee of the New York City public school system, as the next schools chancellor.
One-arm Benjamin Cardozo High School cheerleader Kayla Garcia, who was born without a right forearm, excels at dancing and is hoping to continue in college.
Nearly 3,000 dog-tired Queens College students, cramming during finals week, put their studying on “paws” this week to pet some fluffy pooches.
The Christ the King Math Team placed first after three of six New York State Mathematics League contests.
Selling lemonade, Bayside siblings Olivia and Paul Esposito raised $922 for pediatric cancer awareness.
Howard Beach’s P.S./M.S. 207 is getting into the spirit of giving this holiday season. Marine Corps Sergeants Mike Roy and Miguel Villalobos brought the Toys for Tots donation program to the 88th Street school on Friday.
Seven of the city’s top science and math teachers, including three from Queens, know the formula for success in the classroom. They accepted Sloan Awards for Excellence in Teaching Science and Mathematics this week for using creative methods to inspire students to make the grade and pursue careers in their field. For Thomas Sangiorgi, a [...]