Spring Fest

Spring Fest

Bring your family and friends for a day of food, fun and games!   April 26, 2014 11 am – 2 pm John Dewey High School 50 Ave X, Brooklyn, NY 11223 Entrance on Stillwell Avenue   Activities include: Games, […]

John Dewey High School

10 REASONS WHY JOHN DEWEY HIGH SCHOOL MAY BE THE RIGHT SCHOOL FOR YOU

1. Our High School feels like a College – Students enjoy the benefits of small learning communities, designed to provide individualized guidance and one-on-one attention, with students keeping the same teachers throughout the academic year. 2. Our new Principal, Kathleen […]

 

Spring Fest

Spring Fest

Bring your family and friends for a day of food, fun and games!

 

April 26, 2014

11 am – 2 pm

John Dewey High School

50 Ave X, Brooklyn, NY 11223

Entrance on Stillwell Avenue

 

Activities include:

Games, Bouncy House, Rides, Music, Face Painting, Food & a Scavenger Hunt

Free admission with a child under the age of 12.

 

For more information contact Mrs. Gattuso at 718-373-6400 ext.1672

or via email at Kgattuso@schools.nyc.gov.

 

We look forward to seeing you!

10 REASONS WHY JOHN DEWEY HIGH SCHOOL MAY BE THE RIGHT SCHOOL FOR YOU

John Dewey High School

1. Our High School feels like a College – Students enjoy the benefits of small learning communities, designed to provide individualized guidance and one-on-one attention, with students keeping the
same teachers throughout the academic year.
2. Our new Principal, Kathleen Elvin- Ms. Elvin previously served as principal of Williamsburg Preparatory, when it was ranked among the city’s top one percent of high schools for two consecutive school years, 2008-2010. She has been in education as a teacher and dean for 20 years and she is truly dedicated to improving the lives of students, particularly those who have been traditionally underserved.
3. Our commitment to small learning communities – The administration has made a strong commitment to small schools within the larger school, which can nurture and guide students who might otherwise tend to become lost, or overlooked, in a big city school. Read more »