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Zoraida Perez
· April 20, 2015
This library teacher was very nice the older teachers are the best my children graduated from their but since September 2014 to current this school is horrible ...children are not supervised and the principal does not investigate my grandson was bullied real bad in in kindergarten after reporting to school abany and district nothing was done it took me 7 months and 15 emergency room visits for my grandson for a school safety transfer and thank god last friday 5 children were taken to emergency room cgildren overdose in this school allegedly a child was given out medication to five other children in school how does five children overdose in school no supervision the state commissioner office of investigation need to come and investigate.This is a horrible school Im sure the school is blaming the children or might call acs like they did wirh me but this principal needs to be investigated and should be rwmoved See More
Jacob Ibrahim
· April 26, 2016
Went to Ps 360 from kindergarten to 5th grade, then moved to jersey. I was young, but it was still some of the best experiences of my life.
Marco Velasco
· January 15, 2015
I wanted to ps 360 12 years ago it was the best experience in my life
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Parent conferences tomorrow ( May 17, 2017) from 4:30 - 7:30 pm. I will be in the library talking about summer activities, troubleshooting MyOn and I-ready, and clearing library accounts.

Do you know some high school students who are thinking about their summer work?
Make a difference this summer as a @AmeriCorpsVista associate working with @Parks or @NYCSchools. Apply today: http://on.nyc.gov/2pVEmOK

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Volunteering. Good for you. Good for your city. Use your time, passion, skills and willingness to help to address New York City's most pressing needs.
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Now that are children are older, and being taught reading in school by professionals, what can we do to stay engaged with them as readers? Here are tips.
readbrightly.com

Happy New Year! This is a wonderful time of year to look at the stars!
https://www.nycgovparks.org/…/28/astronomy-winter-solar-sys…

1/28 6pm | Astronomy programs feature the use of telescopes and binoculars to observe specific astronomical events. Many programs feature astronomy experts and all equipment is provided.
nycgovparks.org

I visited the Jerome Park branch of the New York Public Library and saw a robot built with the Little Bits program. It looked like an interesting, fun and educational activity. Little Bitts is available every Wednesday at 4:00 pm at the Jerome Park Library.
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2016/12/07/little-bits

Want to build a mini-pinball machine? Or electronic toothbrush? How about a remote control car? The inventive Little Bits set will allow you to create a multitude of amazing machines. (Ages 8-12). Limited to 8 participants. Talk to Miss Counts about registration.
nypl.org

I am playing Beethoven's Ninth Symphony with the New York Repertory Orchestra. This is an orchestra of enthusiastic amateurs. (Your librarian plays French Horn in her free time) We perform at the church of St. Mary the Virgin on West 46 street between 6th and 7th avenues.
http://www.nyro.org/index.html

Do you have an idea that would make our neighborhood better? This is a link to the Citizen's Committee Neighborhood Grants. I would love to help you complete a grant application so you might get funding for your idea!
http://www.citizensnyc.org/grants/neighborhood-grants

Through our Neighborhood Grants, Citizens Committee awards micro-grants of up to $3,000 to resident-led groups to work on community and school projects throughout the city. We prioritize groups based in low income neighborhoods and Title I public schools.
citizensnyc.org

Every family's Thanksgiving celebration is a reflection of their history and values. This piece from the New York Times shows so clearly that there is not one right way to celebrate your family. Happy Thanksgiving!
http://www.nytimes.com/…/thanksgiving-dinner-in-america.htm…

The Times asked 15 American families to talk about the dishes on their Thanksgiving tables that speak best to their heritage and traditions, and to who we are. These are their stories.
nytimes.com

What a wonderful surprise to find this colorful reader while walking downtown on Sunday. Fancy Animal Carnival by Hung Yi includes this Dragon Horse at Broadway and 40 street.

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This Sunday I will be at Fort Tryon Park for the Battle of Fort Washington commemoration. It is 240 years since the Revolutionary War was in our back yards!
https://www.nycgovparks.org/…/239th-commemoration-of-the-ba…

11/13 12pm | This year marks the 240th anniversary of the Battle of Fort Washington, a key event during the Revolutionary War. Be transported back in time and celebrate your local history.
nycgovparks.org

No school tomorrow for students.
VOTE!!!
I will vote before I go to school to meet with our wonderful teachers.

PS 360 Meet and Greet this Thursday!

Visit our beautiful school and meet the teachers.
Come and visit the school library and learn about reading resources for your child.

Puerto Rican music and dance at Hostos
Friday and Saturday October 7 & 8
Free Childrens' dance workshop! Saturday at 11:30
Free Adult dance workshop Friday at 5:30
Call for reservations (718)518-4455

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Oct7 - 8 BomPlenazo Free Workshops Hostos Center Friday, 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Reservations and Information: (718) 518-4455. Oxil Febles teaches bomba dance on Friday evening for adults with drumming accompaniment by Jorge Vázquez and Nelson Seda. On Saturday morning, She...
hostos.cuny.edu

What a beautiful day for a three day weekend! I used the number from ID NYC to visit the Museum of the City of NY and see the Roz Chast exhibit.

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Applied for an ID NYC card today. It is the key to the city!