You don’t want to miss a full of day performances: Entertainment:B-boy breakdance workshop by BEATSHip-Hop dance Workshop by D’nay African drummers Spoken word artists Henna by Imrana Foods and Arts n Crafts from different cultural regions Sports activities and Carnival style games Open to the entire community
Also, our STEM committee and science teachers did an amazing job to get amazing prizes and gift cards for our PS/IS 180 Spring Auction. The auction kicked off on STEM night and will be live until after the Multicultural FEST, May 18th 2019. If you want to treat yourself or a loved one, take part in this auction to win a prize and support the school at the same time. Proceeds will go towards supporting Science programs and activities. Prizes include a Carmine restaurant gift card and Trapeze flying lessons.
Click here, select the prize you wish to win and enter the max amount you are willing to pay for the prize! We will contact you if you are the winning bidder to process your payment and get the prize to you. Good luck!
PS/IS180 is happy to announce that we will be hosting a GrowNYC Stop ‘N’ Swap on Saturday May 11th. Feel free to share this with all of your friends and family in Harlem! This is a great opportunity for us to share gently used items with one another, teach our children the value of reusing items and have fun with members of our community. If you are interested in volunteering you can create a volunteer profile. search for the event, Harlem Stop ‘N’ Swap, and register. The shift is from 10:30am to 4:30pm and breakfast and lunch will be provided. You can also email Yasmine at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our school is training Harlem’s, the world’s greatest young thinkers. We are an inclusive community and are building a culture of care. We’re enrolling students for the 2019-2020 school year in grades PK-8. Come build with us!
All members of the PS/IS 180 community are invited to join the newly formed PS/IS 180 Wellness Council! The Wellness Council involves families, faculty, and school leadership alongside community leaders to ensure our children are receiving the programming and resources they need to be healthy and active throughout the school year.
What does a Wellness Council do?
Make sure the school provides high-quality physical education and health education
Make sure the school is following the DOE Wellness Policy
Starting physical activity clubs and organizing fitness events
Creating healthy snack policies and encouraging your school to follow them
Promote the importance of healthy food
Promote inclusivity and diversity
If those are activities you want to be a part of, or have any specific health and wellness experience, we’d love to hear from you!