While most high school students are happy to leave school when the bell rings, Rosmary Reyes takes extra classes, which sometimes keep her as late as 6 p.m. Now that extra time is about to pay off.
Education & Kids
Studying for the year’s biggest standardized tests can wait, District 26 Superintendent Anita Saunders said. Scholars at P.S. 173 have a more important task at hand — memorizing the 120-word oath they took Friday to put safety first as passengers and pedestrians.
Nine women and 47 men shaved their heads at St. John’s University Thursday to raise money for child cancer research.
The family of the 3-year-old girl tragically killed by an SUV in Flushing will watch hundreds stand to take a pledge against reckless driving Friday to honor the toddler.
The Department of Education (DOE) announced the vote on a Woodside school’s partial co-location and re-siting has been postponed.
One thousand children need to find somewhere else to go to school come September.
From the 49 co-location proposals released last year for schools all around the city, the Department of Education (DOE) has announced it will be withdrawing nine and revising one
Mayor Bill de Blasio released an interagency report Monday detailing plans to expand after-school programs to more public middle school students in the city.
A love for cooking resonated with Hipolito Torres at a young age, he said. Now, at 18, he’s prepping to participate in a culinary arts competition to win a college scholarship.
Four Boy Scouts from Queens and about a dozen more in the city need help funding a historic trip to Normandy.