Our population is very diverse. We have many nationalities, cultures, and abilities. We are a Title I school in a very low-income community, where most children receive free lunch. We have an in-depth special education program, a gifted and talented program and a dual language program. My computer lab is used by students in pre-kindergarten through 5th grade.
An elementary school classroom is like no other place in the world.
It is a home for little ones for six hours a day. Teachers not only provide an education in math, reading, and other school subjects, they provide stability, love, acceptance, and support for amazing little people. Teachers educate the whole child. Personally, I strive to teach values, love, and acceptance in my room, as well.
A school is a community like no other. Each summer, our school family attends a Brooklyn Cyclones baseball game together for a night of fun, and friendship. Our marching band, The Marching Wolves, plays on the field and leads a school spirit parade where everyone has the opportunity to walk the field before the game. Each student must be accompanied by an adult and the cost of two tickets may be too much for some of our students.
These tickets will allow us to help everyone attend, even if they can not afford to purchase two tickets.
Band members will receive a free student ticket with the purchase of an adult ticket, allowing more students to attend and share in the fun.
This Brooklyn Cyclones Baseball outing is an amazing opportunity for students, parents, faculty, and staff to enjoy a baseball game, learn about teamwork and learn about each other!
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