Lower Grades YWCA Afterschool Program Information
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Lower Grades YWCA Afterschool Program Information

We’re excited about the start of our YWCA Lower Grades After-School program (Grades 6-8 only).  This year we are offering Cooking, Art, Dance and STEM classes for the fall semester.  We also offer homework help, youth development activities and a range of wonderful field trips throughout the year for our participants.  We usually finalize our … Continue reading

Extended Deadline to 7/31 – Lower Grades School Supplies PTA Fundraiser almost ending!
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Extended Deadline to 7/31 – Lower Grades School Supplies PTA Fundraiser almost ending!

Reminder – one week left only for our school supplies sale.  Sale end date has been extended to July 31.   Site: https://www.starschoolsupply.com/ School Code: 4700   Below is a flyer for purchasing school supplies online as part of a PTA fundraiser!  Get all the supplies you need to set your child up for success in Grade 6 without stepping foot in a crowded store … Continue reading

April Student Council Updates
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April Student Council Updates

Student Council Weekly Update On Friday, April 12th, Student Council had its weekly meeting (Grades 6-12). Grade representatives continued their committee work. The Beautification/School Facilities Committee met with Custodian Engineer Manny to share and discuss their findings from the circles, survey, and meeting with Johanna and to collaborate with the custodial team on how to efficiently and effectively … Continue reading

March Madness BCS Spirit Month!
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March Madness BCS Spirit Month!

Dear Brooklyn Collaborative Families, Staff, & Students BCS March Madness 2019 was a stupendous success-–an enthusiastically engaging exhibition of BCS community spirit and pride! BCS March Madness 2019 provided our community with a school-wide activity or event each Friday in March that readily became “the talk” amongst students, staff, and families alike and heightened our excitement for … Continue reading