This summer, six faculty members attended a professional development training on the Cognitively Guided Instruction approach to mathematical thinking.
Reasons To Be Proud
Students in BK Blue (3rd and 4th grade equivalent) presented Newton's Laws of Motion Cardboard Arcade. A culmination of their study of physics and their collaboration with our STEAM Studio, and inspired by Caine's Arcade...
BJ Yellow students (grades K and 1) give us a pep talk about what it means to be an everyday hero! Their message? You can be an everyday hero by being you and treating people like people. Get out there! Be an everyday hero... You are full of awesome!
Want to learn more about the creative and innovative projects happening at The Studio? CLICK to watch our new video, created by PS1 parents, detailing students' project-based learning enhanced by our STEAM program.
"Clubs" is our very own all-inclusive enrichment program during which students and staff build new friendships while participating in theme-driven activities. Students are assigned to one of their Top Ten favorites from a line-up of eighteen choices spanning the wide range of interests and talents on our campus.
PS Run came into existence to foster a lifelong commitment to physical fitness. We know a picture is worth a thousand words ... how many words do you think the following mini movie is worth?
The Studio is PS1's makerspace where students explore and collaborate. Here, students ask essential questions, bounce ideas off one another, and embrace trial and error as a route to solution.
Joel Pelcyger, PS1's Co-Founder and Head of School, interviewed on KidsInTheHouse.com and Midday Sunday on Fox11.
PS1 cares about the environment. So much so that we won the 2011 Grand Prize Sustainable Quality Award. Discover why we were chosen to win such an amazing award.
PS1 hosted a Parent Education event on May 16th called Honoring Every Child: A Dialogue on Gender Messaging, Stereotypes, and Expectations.