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Respect for All Week 2020

The week of February 10th was Respect for All Week. It was a fun and meaningful week. Students and staff were asked to wear different colors each day, signifying different meanings.

The week of February 10th was Respect for All Week. It was a fun and meaningful week. Students and staff were asked to wear different colors each day, signifying different meanings. 

Monday was PURPLE for anti-bullying.

Tuesday was BLUE for being a true friend.

Wednesday was PINK for kindness.

Thursday was GREEN for respect for the environment and yourself.

Friday was RED for love.

Students were given raffle tickets when they were caught practicing random acts of kindness.

Beautiful gift baskets were made by different offices and departments and there was a special, Dewey basket from our principal Ms. Hamilton. 29 students won baskets for their random acts of kindness. There were special programs and informational tables during lunch all week. On Friday it was No Child Eats Alone and Ms. Horn and her senior students stayed in the lunchroom all day. They sat with other students and made everyone feel right at home.

Thank you to all who participated and a special thanks to Ms. Doyle.

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The Power of HBCU Seats

Key to the City: A Family Resource Fair

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My Brother’s Keeper and Superintendent Prayor

MBK conference hosted by Superintendent Prayor. It took place at DC37 headquarters.  There were about 100 people in attendance.  In attendance from our school were Addis Hoilett, Jayson Garcia, Mr. Megie and Mr. Prempeh.  There were a number of icebreakers that networking skills, there was tying a tie tutorial. Many students including our student learned to tie a tie for the first time. There was other activities where the students created a product and a marketing strategy. When they were finished the students had to present their product and how they were going to market product. It was a wonderful event that was very motivating for all of the young men present.

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Career Seminar 2019

Our event exposed 100 Dewey juniors and seniors to different career opportunities through 5 guest speakers. Students got the chance for a hands on experience for different fields. Presentations were given by the following people:

Chuck Garcia, Associate Dean of Business at LIU Brooklyn.

Morgan Vazquez, Global Head of Campus Recruiting and Emerging Talent Programs, BNY Mellon.

Tanya Hall, NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services

Adrienne Grande, Forensic Investigator, NYC Department of the Chief Medical Examiner and Dewey Alum!

John Boughner, NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services.

Thank you to all who participated, and a special thanks to our own Mr. Limbach and Mr. Torres who put together the event.

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Parent Teacher Conference

Key to the City

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Teen Event: To the Moon

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Early Voting Family Letter