Feeds:
Posts
Comments

East-West is excited to announce the beginning of our STARTALK program, a wonderful opportunity for students to immerse themselves in Korean Language and Culture. STARTALK is a FREE 5 week summer enrichment program for High School and Middle School students designed to give them a chance to learn about Korea through cooking classes, formal language instruction, Taekwondo classes and much more.

For more information or to register for classes please contact STARTALK@ewsis.org.

STARTALK School Flyer

 

Junior Parent Night

Parents and Guardians

2015 Middle School Test Dates

Ms. Patterson, second from the right, being honored by The Association of Black Educators of New York.

Ms. Patterson, second from the right, being honored by ABENY.

In celebration of Women’s History Month, our school congratulates Ms. Patterson who was recently honored by The Association of Black Educators of New York (ABENY) for being an outstanding teacher.

Nominated by Ms. Park, our high school guidance counselor for going the extra mile for all her students, Ms. Patterson received an exceptional award honoring African-American Women of Achievement.

Ms. Patterson is a third year teacher at East-West and has been an advisor to our Junior NAACP Club and Girl Club.

Click here for more photos from the event.

Race to Green

Bong San Tal Chum

IMG_1386

Class 701 learning traditional Korean mask dance.

Students in Korean Level One and  our 7th grade students had the opportunity to learn a traditional Korean dance called Bong San Tal Chum. 

IMG_1388

From left to right: Ms. Silverman, Ms. Kim, Ms. Karen, Ms. Luz, and Ms. Choi

From left to right: Ms. Silverman, Ms. Kim, Ms. Karen, Ms. Luz, and Ms. Choi

Ms. Karen and Ms. Luz, instructors from the Korea Society of New York, led the workshop with the help of our teachers.

Click here to view more photos from this album.

 

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.