EXPERIMENTAL FEUD SCIENCE FAIR
SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS
S. Hossain, winner at the district 20 Spelling Bee, pictured with Mrs. Messina. His parents are very proud of him and so are we!! Congratulations!
We would like to start an Alumni Directory. Please send your details ( Name, Phone Number or e-mail, Years you attended PS/IS 192, What you are doing now, Etc.) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents from PS/IS 192 visited Ronald McDonald House In NYC on December 2. K. Montilla from Penny Harvest accompanied us to donate food to the Parent Pantry. Left to right, C. Roman, M. Mohamed, M. Hajdini, S. Teitelbaum, SAPIS Worker, Y. Fioriello,
K. Montilla, and Terry Bovin from Ronald McDonald House.
New School Schedule!
2014 - 2015
7:30am Breakfast Begins
Period 1: 8:10- 9:00am
Period 2: 9:00- 9:45am
Period 3: 9:45- 10:30am
Period 4: (1st Lunch) 10:30- 11:20am
Period 5: (2nd Lunch) 11:20- 12:10pm
Period 6: (3rd Lunch) 12:10- 1:00pm
Period 7: 1:00- 1:45pm
Period 8: 1:45- 2:30pm
Eighth grade students from the Penny Harvest Roundtable decided to donate $200 to the New York Families for Autistic Children. They went to visit the organization for a guided tour last month. On June 8th, eighth grade student leaders attended the 4th Annual Walk for Autism fundraiser in Coney Island. Here, along with Youth Development Counselor, Ms. Teitelbaum, they are pictured with Councilmember Chaim Deutsch.
The students of P.S. / I.S. 192 participated in the Zaner Bloser National Handwriting Contest. They were judged based on the size, shape, spacing, and slant of their handwriting. Kindergartener Mehrangiz and first grader Vlady were named state winners in the contest. Mehrangiz was named 1 of 9 grand national winners; she won for having the best handwriting for a kindergartener in the country. We are very proud of their achievements!
Our Magnet School
At PS/IS 192, the students are involved in math and science inquiry-based learning, actively making observations, collecting, analyzing and synthesizing information. Students learn to draw conclusions as they build their problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
The theme of math and science inquiry harnesses the natural curiosity of children and is used to drive learning across the content areas. Inquiry based study is infused into daily classroom instruction through the implementation of the 5 E Learning Cycle Model: Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, and Evaluate. This method of teaching and learning reinforces the natural process of providing students with the tools and settings they can use to gather information, make discoveries and share what they have learned with peers, staff and parents.
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Want to earn cash for P.S.-I.S. 192?????
You can collect Box Tops and bring them into school.
The following link will give you information on the types of items that have Box Tops. It will also give you information on how we can earn cash for the school.