Congratulations to our members of No Place for Hate club! Your hard work has led to our school to being officially recognized as a No Place for Hate School!
This quilt was made by parents and students of P.S. 135Q, The Bellaire School
. Each family worked on an individual panel representing their own rich cultural heritage.
The panels were then placed together on a large background with images of caring hands holding “us” together and silhouettes of people of all different colors representing our cultural diversity. In the center of the quilt, we made our school P.S. 135Q with our motto, “The School That Cares” proudly displayed.
A special thanks to The Center for Arts Education for funding this project and Ida Owens and Ms. Dimitracopoulos the cooperating teachers.
A group of students from the third-grade CASA program used various forms of visual arts to promote an anti-bullying campaign. The students created buttons, painted/designed portraits, created banners and slogans to promote a safe and nurturing environment.
Class 103 used M&Ms to create bar graphs to help supplement a Chapter 10 math lesson. Children received a bag of M&Ms and then sorted and plotted their colors onto a bar graph model. Last, they enjoyed their tasty M&Ms!