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February is Black History Month, and P.S. 24 Spuyten Duyvil is celebrating in a whole new way. more
Goodbye, winter break [Photo gallery]
On a chilly Friday in December, Manhattan College students associated with the school’s numerous climate groups and clubs congregated on the steps of the Smith Chapel and Auditorium, took up their signs, and began chanting. more
It was like getting into college all over again. Jamie DeMartino had just been accepted as a fellow with Math for America, an organization that brings together math and science teachers citywide to provide support and opportunities to learn from and with other teachers. more
An Ethical Culture Fieldston School teacher was fired last week after reportedly being accused of inappropriate social media posts in the wake of a controversial guest speaker at the school. more
Families interested in local Catholic elementary schools can visit the campuses, attend information sessions, and meet school officials as part of a regional “touring Tuesdays” offering. more
Bake sales, seasonal festivals, movie nights, potluck dinners — all things that may feel like small events, but show a school’s parent association might be doing more than many might think. more
It’s more than just science at Bronx Science, as students there won “best large delegation” at the Columbia Model United Nations Conference and Exposition. more
There’s a water problem at P.S. 81 Robert J. Christen. A small part of the Riverdale Avenue elementary school’s roof is leaky, causing occasional flooding in its near-century-old basement. more
Van Cortlandt Park is the home to thousands of athletes who use its baseball fields, rugby pitches and cross-country trails. But this month, a handful of athletes traveled even farther to train under Manhattan College’s own Matt Centrowitz. more
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