Happy Last Day of School!
Good Afternoon and Happy Last Day of School!!!
This video was created a few weeks ago and we decided to share it today. Though we wont be interacting as frequently over the next couple months, our connection is stronger than ever!
This school year was special in the way that we lifted each other up with gratitude and compassion. Let’s all take a moment to thank the people that helped us along the way.
Thank you to everyone that has been supporting our community as essential workers.
Thank you parents for your patience and understanding as we navigated remote learning.
Thank you staff for your willingness to adapt and unwavering commitment to our students and families.
Thank you students for your spirit and resilience that keeps hope alive and always puts a smile on my face.
With much love and gratitude,
THANK SOMEONE SPECIAL and spread the love!!!
Borough Arts Festival!
The Brooklyn Borough Arts Festival goes LIVE today!
Be sure to check out all of the amazing student work throughout Brooklyn, and keep a special eye out for our own Ella and Anastasia!
Have an amazing summer!
Virtual Field Week Awards!
Hello TBBS Family!
Thank you so much for participating in The Brooklyn Brownstone School Virtual Field Week. Even though we are all apart, we came together and made the event a huge success!
I will leave the Flipgrid open, so you can try the activities over the summer and post them at any time. The challenges are a fun and fabulous way to stay active during the summer. So now, the final medal count and medalists.
Gold Medal: Grace VanAlstyne, Ethan Espinal, Ayden Cumberbatch, Ariana Trotman, Caleb Peters, Yvana Gomez, Kingston David, Ethan Evans, and Kaleb Kerridge.
Silver Medal: Kyle Byrant
Bronze Medal: Fernando Fernandez, Sanaa Nelson, Sava Bailyn, Tyler Rumble, Noah Giscobe, Violet Donohue, Laila Emanuel0Dicks, Lucy VanAlstyne, Edgar Donohue, Nora Osakwe, Nahuel Roberts, Lyric Roberts, and Riley Wallace.
Congratulations to all medalists and participants. I am also proud of all students and families for demonstrating a "can do" spirit by rising to the challenges during remote learning.
YOU ARE ALL CHAMPIONS!
Have a great summer, and see you in September!
We Made It!
We made it! 🎉😀🙌🏾
It’s the last day of what has been a very difficult school year! The PTA would like to thank all of the parents, students, teachers, and school staff that turned on a dime and adjusted to remote learning. It wasn’t easy but we did it together!
Thank you for engaging with and supporting the PTA this year. We look forward to working with you next semester.
If you need anything from us you can always send us an email at 16K628PA@schools.nyc.gov or reach out to us right here on Class Dojo!
Have a great summer! 🏖☀️
~PTA Executive Board
Good Afternoon Brooklyn Brownstone School,
Congratulations! We’ve made it to our final week of the 2019-2020 school year.
Items covered in this message:
- Report cards
- Staying connected throughout the Summer
- Mission and milestones for the Brooklyn Brownstone School
- We are prepared to reshape our community
I will be in touch later this week.
Please reach out with any questions, concerns, or suggestions.
Remote Field Week!
Hello TBBS Family!
Let's celebrate the end of the school year with a virtual field week!
Field Day has always been an excellent way for The Brooklyn Brownstone School Community to celebrate the end of the year. Despite not being able to host our traditional Field Day, we have planned a virtual field week for our scholars and families.
For our virtual field week, please try the fun challenges posted in Google Classroom and share them in Flipgrid by Wednesday, June 24. This will allow you the flexibility to complete the events on your schedule.
Choose the challenges that you like. There are 19 activities that students can try, so there is something for everyone. The challenges can be done with simple things around the house and can be done inside or outside. Please feel free to make modifications to the activities if necessary.
Flipgrid is a message board where students can share videos and respond to each other's work.
Students need to log in with Google using their brownstone email address: email@example.com
You can also download Flipgrid application on your phone and tablet.
Flip Code: pebrownstone
Families are encouraged to participate and we hope that you all have fun participating in The Brooklyn Brownstone School Virtual Field Week!
Social Justice Student Voice Campaign
Good Morning Brooklyn Brownstone School,
The District 16 Social Justice Student Voice Campaign website is live!
Check our the student showcase:
We also have resources for Juneteenth and the 2020 Census.
Check it out. Special shout our the Kingston David and his family for an inspiring video submission!
Wishing you all the best,
Good Afternoon Brooklyn Brownstone School,
Please see the following message from our partners at USCensus and Brownstone parents:
"What is Juneteenth?
Juneteenth marks the moment at which many of those who had been enslaved in the United States finally learned of the Emancipation Proclamation and the way in which it ultimately applied to all parts of the country -- a full two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation (1863) declared freedom for those who were enslaved.
Juneteenth reminds us that slavery didn't simply end with the Emancipation Proclamation, and the Black Lives Matter movement and the disproportionate impact COVID-19 has on Black communities shows us that to this day our institutions have been subject to manipulation over the years to render them, at times, as tools of oppression, as opposed to justice.
The census is, in concept, the very basis for the equitable distribution of money, power, and resources across the country and across communities. Although the census of today is on its face not inherently designed to marginalize any one group and is a critical exercise we must all participate in to ensure that it is, in fact, a tool for empowerment.
And so, in honor of Juneteenth, we lift up all who suffered and continue to struggle against institutional racism and we recommit to breaking the chains that remain by getting the word out to achieve a complete count in the 2020 census."
“We are a strong, resilient people who will not be marginalized and erased from this country by not participating in the 2020 Census.” -- National Urban League
Complete your census: https://2020census.gov/
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