Application for the 2014-2015 school year is available on the District 3 Magnet Schools website > Click here!

Link to¬†our short documentary…

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Earth Week Eco-Ganza Celebration – Sat., April 26, 2014, 11a-4p


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ALLMSES Schoolyard Urban Farm **Coming Soon!!!

On Saturday, April 5, 2014, students in the new “Team Green Urban Farm Club” along with NY Cares volunteers and a few interns, led by Ms. Wong, began the process of transforming the school garden into a farm! Though there is a lot of excitement, we are working hard to get the farm up and running before the end of the school year! If you’re interested in helping out, contact

This project is also made possible by the support of our new partner at the Battery Urban Farm.


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Student-Led Parent Teacher Conference

On Tuesday, March 11, 2014, our Parent Teacher conference was led by the students! Parents listened while students showed them their portfolio. Those who visited the classroom hydroponic farm even got to take home some veggies. It was a fun change of pace and welcomed by all. Thank you, Ms. Cornelius and Ms. Musiowsky for suggesting this innovative way conducting PT Conferences!


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Our School… At a Glance!

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Edible Manhattan Magazine

Check out an article about our partnership with NY Sun Works’ Greenhouse Project and our Classroom Hydroponic Farm Program in the March/April issue of Edible Manhattan magazine! Click here for article.


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March 2014


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Book Fair – Feb 10-14, 2014

Stop by the Scholastic Book Fair this week, February 10-14, 2014 in the PTA room, for the latest and greatest books and reading paraphernalia!


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Hope 2014, The NYC Street Survey

On January 27, 2014, Ms. Adebiyi, (our fearless Environmental Studies teacher,) and Principal Green hit the streets in the wee hours of the night together with the Department of Homeless Services to conduct the Homeless Outreach Population Estimate (HOPE). They joined thousands of volunteers to canvas the streets, parks and subways to estimate the number of people living unsheltered in the city to collect information used by outreach teams to help homeless people.

In preps for this event, Ms. Adebiyi held a drive to collect toiletries to hand out while on her mission. Students were busy putting together these goodie bags during the day while Ms. Adebiyi put on her layers!

20140128-171308.jpgCongratulations to all those who donated, to students who helped pack the supplies, and to Ms. Adebiyi & Ms. Green for braving the cold night and taking the initiative to fight homelessness!

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Give Clothes A Second Chance

In the spirit of being stewards of our community, we continue to collect used and unwanted clothes and shoes in our Spin Green bin, located in our school yard and can be dropped off whenever gates are open. Thank you for helping to preserve the earth by keeping clothes out of landfills!

Ms. Sisley, our PTA secretary, helps Spin Green rep collect donation on Jan. 23, 2014.

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4th Grade Students to Begin Farming Program!

The 3rd graders completed their Fall crop in December and now it’s the 4th graders turn to start their 2nd year farming program! Because our hydroponic systems are indoors, we can grow healthy greens, even in the midst of this frigid weather! Make sure to like our Classroom Hydroponic Farm Facebook Page to see what’s going on now!

Winter Crop Options.

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