Come see In the Heights by Lin Manuel Miranda in the Auditorium at John Dewey High School on May 11th at 4pm, May 12th at 6pm, and May 13th at 2pm. A powerful, funny and heartfelt story of life in […]
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Come see In the Heights by Lin Manuel Miranda in the Auditorium at John Dewey High School on May 11th at 4pm, May 12th at 6pm, and May 13th at 2pm.
A powerful, funny and heartfelt story of life in New York City, In the Heights is the story of Usnavi, a bodega owner in Washington Heights. The musical tells how $96,000, a blackout, friendship, and love affects him, his family, his friends, and his community.
Tickets are only $5! Buy at the door.
You are invited to a celebration where families learn about Special Education, connect with other families and experts and enjoy Springtime by the Boardwalk.
Spring Conference for Families of Students with Disabilities
Saturday June 10, 2017
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
21K090 P.S. 90 Edna Cohen School
2840 West 12th Street, Brooklyn NY 11224
Ensuring that your child learns in safe, supportive, and inclusive schools is our top priority. To improve school culture and climate, we use preventive approaches that address the real causes of a conflict. We believe it is important to reinforce positive behaviors through teachable moments. At the same time, we hold students accountable for their actions. We want them to reflect on their behavior and repair any harm done.
To build a strong base on which students can grow and thrive, today our schools are adopting an updated Citywide Behavioral Expectations to Support Student Learning (Discipline Code). Changes include the use of guidance interventions, support measures, and progressive discipline tailored to a student’s social and emotional development. All updates are a result of a public review process that included hearings and feedback from community members like you.
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