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Content in Arts Festival 2015!

On Thursday, May 21, 2015, the 3rd, 4th and 5th graders performed at ALLMSES’ annual  Content in Arts Festival!  The students spent the last 2-3 months creating, practicing, and rehearsing alongside art and dance residencies from Studio in a School and Purelements to put together today’s art exhibition and dance show. Thank you for all the families who came out to support their children.  See you again next year!

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Happy Red Nose Day!

Red Nose Day is a campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty by simply having fun and making people laugh.  For more information, check out their website > www.rednoseday.org

Red Nose Day

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Join us @ our 8th Annual Content in Arts Festival on Thursday, 5/21/2015!

2015, 05-21 - Content in ARTS Festival E-INVITE [vF]

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ALLMSES 3rd Annual Eco-Ganza Celebration!

On Saturday, April 25, 2015, ALLMSES held its 3rd annual Eco-Ganza Celebration.  Families of students from the school and folks in the neighborhood came out on this sunny day to eat, dance and play! There were green-themed art projects, led by resident art teacher, Ms. Castillo; tons of sports activities and games ran by the Sports Leadership Academy, PlayRugby coaches; and amazing raffle prizes donated by local restaurants like L Encanto D’Lola Mexican Restaurant and Ottomanelli’s Wine and Burger Bar.   There was even a surprise guest!  GALE BREWER, Manhattan Borough President, stopped by to show her support.  It was a fantastic day had by all.

“I am writing to give kudos to Ms. Wong and all of your staff.  THEY WERE ALL AMAZING!!!  Everything went smoothly and ran very professionally this Saturday.  They definitely need to be noticed for all of their hard work and dedication; I know you do anyway but I wanted to express my gratitude towards them.  Thanks for all that you and your staff do, always. YEAH P.S. 208!!!! ” ~4th Grade parent, Ms. Gonzalez

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ALLMSES 3rd Annual Eco-Ganza Celebration April 25, 2015, 11:00a-3:00p

In honor of Earth Week, Alain L. Locke Magnet School for Environmental Stewardship (ALLMSES) P.S. 208 and the PTA is hosting the 3rd annual Earth Week Culmination ECO-GANZA Celebration on Saturday, April 25, 2015 from 11:00am-3:00pm at the school yard.

This festival was a great success the last 2 years and it will be an even bigger party this time around! Activities, games, and workshops are being planned and are guaranteed to be fun & educational for the whole family. Join ALLMSES at this free event, celebrating our Earth and the environment.

Hope to see you at our ECO-GANZA Celebration event!

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ALLMSES Celebrates Earth Day

Students and staff celebrated Earth Day on April 22, 2015 by having an assembly where students from each grade read a selected poem or an essay they wrote.  The persuasive essay on “Bottled Water vs. Tap Water,” written by EJ Eckenrode from Class 4-303, ignited a great impromptu Q&A session with the entire school!  The assembly concluded with 44 students singing to a song by the late Hawaiian musician,  Israel Kamakawiwo’ole. The song is a mash-up of two popular songs: Somewhere Over the Rainbow and What a Wonderful World.

Happy Earth Day!

 

Photo Credit: Mr. Mort

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Parent Support During State Exams  

Parents cheer on students in preparation for the New York State exams!

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Happy Birthday, Dr. Alain L. Locke

On September 15, 2014, we celebrated the birthday our school’s namesake,  Dr. Alain L. Locke with special guest, Dr. Jacoby Carter.  Dr. Carter is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at CUNY: John Jay College.  His research include social and political philosophy, value theory (ethics) and pragmatism. More specifically, Dr. Carter’s interest involves the work of Alain Locke and John Dewey. He is co-editor of Philosophic Values and World Citizenship: Locke to Obama and Beyond, and author of “Environmental Pragmatism, Global Warming, and Climate Change,” among other works.  We thank you, Dr. Carter, for taking the time out to share the wonderful stories of the late Dr. Locke with our school.

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Welcome Back to School!

Meet the staff of 2014-2015.

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Teacher’s Professional Development Day

Before student’s came back to school, teachers and faculty spent a couple of days reviewing new procedures and protocol, in addition to preparing their classrooms!

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