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February 12 and 13th V Sale - PTA

Title 1 Parent Workshop

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Title 1 Parent Workshop: “Stress Free Meditation” for parents.

Saturday, February 7th, 2015 11:00 AM

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Children are welcomed to participate with their parents.

*Bring a Towel or Mat for the Meditation Session*

There will be no entry after 11 a.m.

PTA Health and Fitness Workshop

Here is a great opportunity for High School girls in NYC to get into Computer Science through internships with professional engineers at Twitter and Spotify.

Girls Who Code is excited to announce the launch of Corporate Clubs in January 2015.  We are looking for amazing high school girls passionate about learning technology to participate in this unique opportunity.  At this time applications are being accepted from high school girls in 9th through 12th grade.

Click here to apply.

The online application is due by December 15th by 11:59 pm EST.

The Corporate Clubs will meet once a week for two hours per session.  Please note, by applying to the Club, the girls are agreeing to complete a pre and post survey about their Club experience, attend all Club sessions, and submit monthly code assignments to gain Girls Who Code alumni status.

The Corporate Club will start meeting the week of January 12th and will continue throughout the week of May 25th (approximately).  The Clubs will be hosted at the Flatiron District offices of these respective companies between 4:00 to 6:00 pm.  We will only accept 15 girls per site.

Pupil Path Workshop

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On Thursday, November 20th, Dr. Sherman arraigned for his Marine Science class and Ms. Markinson’s Calculus class to be visited by Professor Petter Kolm from the Courant Institute of Mathematics, of NYU.
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Professor Petter Kolm speaks with our students in Dr. Sherman’s Marine Science class.

Professor Kolm has a PhD in Mathematics from Yale University. He has written many books and papers. He is director of the Mathematics in Finance Masters Degree Program at NYU.
Ms. Markinson

Ms. Markinson’s Calculus class learning about multiple facets of applied mathematics in everyday life.

He spoke eloquently to the classes about how important Mathematics is in every aspect of life. He will respond to email questions from our students at: kolm@cims.nyu.edu.

In an effort to draw attention to the situation in Ferguson, Missouri where the grand jury decided not to indict a police officer who shot and killed an unarmed teenager this summer, our Jr. NAACP students led a moment of silence at Muster.

Our Jr. NAACP Club members led a Moment of Silence for Ferguson this morning at Muster.

Our Jr. NAACP Club members led a Moment of Silence for Ferguson this morning at Muster.

Ms. Patterson, Special Ed teacher extraordinaire and faculty advisor to the Jr. NAACP at East-West.

Ms. Patterson, Special Ed teacher extraordinaire and faculty advisor to the Jr. NAACP at East-West.

Each member wore the names of young African-American men who had been shot to death by the police in recent years.

Each member wore the names of young African-American men who had been shot to death by the police in recent years.

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