P.S. 119 Amersfort School of Social Awareness

P.S. 119 Amersfort School of Social Awareness

Magnet School of Global & Ethical Studies – 3829 Avenue K, Brooklyn NY 11210 (718) 377-7696

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Lisa Fernandez, Peace Principal

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What are you doing this summer? I miss you!

Hi everyone. I miss you guys and am wondering what you are doing? I am at P.S.52 with Mrs. Slack and the summer school kids. I am practicing my yoga everyday and I have been to the beach. Miss you guys so much! See you Sept. 4th!! May peace prevail on earth!! Love , Ms. Fernandez.powercoverg_600x450

Mohammad Qureshi Says Happy Summer Vacation

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Congrats 2014 Graduates – SLIDESHOW!

Salehe Simms class 2-110: My Weekend

My Weekend by Salehe Simms class 2-110

At home I have things to do. On Saturday I do whatever I want but on Sunday I have chorus. I don’t like chorus. On Monday I go to school and have gym.

I do the same thing too Salehe.

Good Job! – Jessica Verly

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Little Helpers Collage by Furqan Khan 5-305

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Yoga by Jessica Verly class 5-305

P.s.119 has had yoga over the past three days,Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays.Yoga helps to relax the mind during the while of the state ELA test.This yoga program was directed by our esteemed principle, Ms.Lisa Fernandez who is a great leader to our children’s future.

Ms.Fernandez has been teaching us the very relaxing ways to do you and prepare ourselves be for the state test and coping with everyday challenges.

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Pre-School Being Enrolled In P.S.119: Deniya Heath

3/27/14

Dear Ms.McCray,

Do you know what P.S.119 Magnet School of Global & Ethical Studies is about? We are about learning. Do you like the idea about four year olds attending the school?

I’ve been here for six-years (from kindergarten to now). Imagine if I was here for seven-years. I could have been even more aware about this school. This school has been like a home away from home. However, at home I don’t learn as much. They have supported my learning for a long time. If four year olds came they would learn even more here than they would if they were anywhere else. One activity that we have is magnet club. In magnet club the teachers are helping the students understand what they learned even more. For example, they will learn how to read even better than before.

To conclude, Ms.McCray please consider about pre-school in P.S.119. It would make parents and the student happier with their lives.

From,

Deniya Heath

School: P.S.119

Class: 5-305

State Test by Kearah Thompson

1 q

The test was beginning.

Every thing felt different.

90 minutes left.

Day one: multiple choice

My hands are shaking.

It feels like its been 45 minutes.

But yet only 2

B A C D

Now 30 minutes left

What is the answer to the question?

15 minutes left, 18 questions left.

I am almost there..

2 minutes left.

Time to check my work.

Time is up

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Butterfly by Salehe Simms 2-110: typed by Jessica Verly class 5-305

Orange Black,

What a pretty painted lady,

I see you and you,

See me I hope you go,

Safe in the nice blue sky,

With all your friends,

In the woods the place,

You like with the tree,

I hope you stay well

 

I hope that you are able to learn many new things as you grow older. Good luck.

-Jessica Verly class 5-305

 

Nine Eleven by Hira Nasir Typed by Courtney Bentham

It was nine-eleven. A regular day (we think). Suddenly, the alarm went off. My heart pounded like big drums. I ran as fast as a cheetah and grabbed my suit and put it on. As I looked to my right and left, I saw other fire fighters having the same feelings as me. Then, all of a sudden our walkie talkie rang. “THE TWIN TOWERS HAVE CRASHED!” Once we heard that we rushed to the truck. My hands held tightly on the pole. As I looked u at the sky, it was clear blue. But once we reached toward the twin towers, the blue sky disappeared because gray smoke filled the sky. We all knew the truth. The truth was that there was not a 100% chance we will come out like heroes. “It’s time to go.” said a fire fighter. We all agreed that we would walk in like heroes and hoped we would come out like heroes!

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