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2nd grade classrooms had another successful crafts sale to benefit the World Wildlife Federation and Children for Children to support the children of Japan. The handmade crafts created by 2nd grade classrooms were sold during Parent Teacher Conferences and parents, children, teachers and former students helped with the sales. In total close to $200 was raised for very worthy causes. Thank you everyone for supporting the 2nd graders!
Out Anti-Bully Raps are making it out across the internet. We have so much to be proud of. Compassionate Classrooms is a sure hit. Check out our latest link:
I was a rock star living it big and playing with my band the Hot Red Flamers. Life was great then our record deal dropped us. Now we’re just ordinary teens going to High School and rocking the halls.
We are so popular we get free lunch tickets and we play at our school concerts at assemblies. We had the life being teen rock stars with our record deal but now that that is gone we still have each other. We can still write songs and put it online or Youtube for the people of America and other different countries.
When we are in school we have to get good grades. We say,”School First!” and rock stars later. When we finish High School we are going to college, Brooklyn College! School first, then great careers. Rock on!
One sunny afternoon in the schoolyard during recess I told Ayela, “We are going to have a jumprope contest.”
Ayela said, “Okay let’s go. Bring it on!”
“Let’s bring it on girl.” I said back to Ayela.
Then we grabbed our jumpropes and we started jumping. We stopped at the same exact time. It was a tie.
We gave each other a high five and we hugged each other.
We skipped to the water found and had a drink.
That was a great day, the day Ayela and me had a jumprope contest.
K-1 Bridge – Sink or Float – Stick to It (Magnets) – What Shape Are Bubbles? – What Color Are Bubbles? – Outstanding job Ms. Canja’s Class! Outstanding!
First Prize: Ethan Garnett 2-102 – Can You Make New Paper Out of Old Paper?
Second Prize: Kori Hart 2-102 – The Human Tongue
Third Prize: Taariq Joseph 2-102 – Water Fireworks
Shane Lewis 2-102 – How Does Pepper Separate in Water
Cierra Bowles-Louis 2-102 – What Liquids Can Stop Cut Fruit & Vegetables from Turning Brown
Sheldon Kemp 2-102 – Blowing Up A Balloon Without Air
First Prize: Xenavia Turner 2-103 – Carnations in Warm & Cold Water
Second Prize: Sateen Rambharose 2-103 – How Can An Egg Float in Water?
Third Prize: Kiland Bharath 2-103 – How Magnets Work
First Prize: Kayla Layne 2-106 – Colorful Carnations
Second Prize: Shanjita Pasha 2-106 – Polishing Pennies
Third Prize: Isiah Baez 2-106 – Different Forms
First Prize: Nashly Germain 2-107 – How to Make An Egg Float?
Second Prize: Khushpreet Kaur 2-107 – Blowing the Balloon
Third Prize: Fathma Noor 2-107 – How Can You Use an Orange to Prevent an Apple from Browning?
First Prize: Rhys Ortiz 2-110E – Germs
Second Prize: Shanaya Snow 2-110E – All About Fossils
Third Prize: Gemiyah Taylor 2-110E – Zoology- Tigers
First Prize: Christian Hernandez 2/3-105 – The Electric Light Bulb
Second Prize: Tarnyonoh Collins 2/3-105 – The North Pole
Third Prize: Susan Zileoglu 2/3-105 – The Solar System
First Prize: Daunte Smith-Williams 3-203 – Discovering Photosynthesis
Second Prize: Nyles Adams 3-203 – My Homemade Lava Lamp: A Demonstration of How Liquids & Gases Interact
Third Prize: Aisha Ahmed 3-203 – Mixing Food Coloring in Water
Shawn Anderson 3-203 – Bubble-ology!
First Prize: Shakira Baksh 3-204E – Wind Turbine
Second Prize: Starr Brooks 3-204E – Effect of Beverages on Tooth Enamel
Third Prize: Choudhary Sajjawal 3-204E – Do Cooked Beans Grow?
Nya St. Fleurant 3-204E – How to Make a Lava Lamp!
Nicholas Jhagroo 3-204E – How Soon After Sunset Does the Streetlight Come On (In Winter)
Brandon Bissoondial 3-204E – Recycled Paper
Kadar Echols-El 3-204E – How Were Saturn’s Rings Formed?
First Prize: Kensciana Charles / Shadina Merzier 3-206 – Sugar Crystals
Second Prize: Aysia Garnett 3-206 – Do Frozen Candles Burn Slower?
Third Prize: Audrey Sanchez 3-206 – Dancing Raisins
First Prize: Miguel Munive 3-207 – Sugar Crystals
Second Prize: Noura Gomaa 3-207 – How Do We Taste With Our Eyes & Nose?
Third Prize: Josiah Thorpe 3-207 – Does Sugar Prolong the Life of Cut Flowers?
Shanelle Alphonse 3-207 – Colored Flowers
Rachael Green 3-207 – The Solar System
Kiana Godfrey 3-207 – The Digestive System
First Prize: Shelby Abellard 3-210 – A Gravity Experiment
Second Prize: Asim Ali 3-210 – The Incredible Rusty Iron
Third Prize: Teresa Juarez 3-210 – The Solar System
Sarah Ahmad 3-210 – Right Side/Left Side
First Prize: Mohammed H. Faysal 4-201E – The Physics of Cheating in Baseball
Second Prize: Makera Bailey 4-201E – Egg-xperiment
Third Prize: Ruby Bryan 4-201E – The Mysterious Yeast
Michaela Ramnath 4-201E – The Bittersweet Boiling Experiment
Ahmad Asif 4-201E – Food Molds
First Prize: Jermaine Small 4-202 – Color Changing Milk
Second Prize: Chrisleen Desrosiers 4-202 – What Shape Ice will Melt Faster?
Third Prize: Ayanna Campbell 4-202 – How to Make an Electro Magnet?
First Prize: Ronald Joseph 4-205 – Water Jelly Crystals / Marcus Belfon 4-205 – Light Up
Second Prize: Takreem Janjua 4-205 – Electric Buzzer / Kyron Greene 4-205 – Making Electricity From Fruits
Third Prize: Amber Reign Ford 4-205 – How Can I Find Out How Far Are Nerve Cells / Adia Brooks 4-205 – Swimming Raisins
Radhika Nankoo 4-205 – Can Crystals Really Disappear & Reappear in Water?
Caroline Juarez 4-205 – Carnations in Food Coloring
Avery Bridgeman 4-205 – Anti Freezing
Pritpal Singh 4-205 – Light Amazement
First Prize: Amber Haywood 4-309 – What Material Will Best Clean Oil in Water?
Second Prize: Merlissa Alexandre 4-309 – Cabbage Juice Indicator
Third Prize: Lauryn Jones 4-309 – What Happened To My Apple?
First Prize: Nicholas Ramphal 4-310 – The Hoover Dam
Second Prize: Samantha Medina-Dillon 4-310 – Study of Rocks
Third Prize: Jonathan Condell 4-310 – Static Electricity
Sofia Mejia 4-310 – Can You Really Power an MP3 Player with an Onion & A Sports Drink?
Leondra Morgan 4-310 – The Effects of Gravity on Parachutes
Kensley Fandal 4-310 – Charging Up a Lightbulb
First Prize: Anyaa Adams 5-301 – Scientific Lip Gloss
Second Prize: Christopher Gooden 5-301 – How to Make Your Own Bubbling Lava Lamp
Third Prize: Edvina Robinson 5-301 – Jumping Raisins
Federico Cuatlal 5-301 – Balloons Blow-up
First Prize: Norique Clarke 5-302 – Balloon Inflation
Second Prize: Devonica Gayle 5-302 – Magdeburg Sphere
Third Prize: Tiara Henry 5-302 – Static Electricity
Paulina Juarez 5-302 – Lights at Night
Samama Ahmad 5-302 – Memory
Rony St. Jour 5-302 – Shadow Exploration
Alana Aga 5-302 – Wind Turbines
First Prize: Kasseem Humphreys 5-303 – Will Exercising Increase Heart Rate?
Second Prize: Kai Mullings 5-303 – To Test The Effects of Preservatives on Bacteria Growth
Third Prize: Alyssa Gonzalez 5-303 – The Effects of Salt When Added to Boiling Water
Alex Grullon 5-303 – Does Temperature Affect a Bubble’s Lifespan?
Farheen Qazi 5-303 – Does Smell Affect the Way You Perceive Taste?
First Prize: Ariel Joseph 5-304 – Potato Power
Second Prize: Matthew Johnson 5-304 – Growing Crystals From Sugar
Third Prize: Kenyer Malcolm 5-304 – Homemade Perfume
Yolande Gillespie 5-304 – Electric Dessert
First Prize: Aiza Malik 5-305E – Hydroelectricity & Its Powerplants
Second Prize: Morgan Henry 5-305E – Fermentation: The Effect of Yeast on Different Fruit Juices & Seltzer Water
Third Prize: Rudaba Nasir 5-305E – CPR
Ajene Barton 5-305E – Naked Eggs
PS 119 had a very special visit on March 2, 2011. Kelly Wallace, former CNN , CBS Correspondent and current Chief Correspondent for IVillage.com and videographer Michelle Knight visited our school to discuss bullying. Ms. Wallace and Ms. Knight came across our award winning rappers on the Department of Education “Respect for All” website (see below) and wanted to see what we are up to now.
Well, we are always up to something at PS 119 when it comes to increasing the peace. Firth graders: Daniel, Adrien and Jordan, inspired by last year’s Anti-Bully Rappers: Nairan and Jeremiah, started writing an Anti-Bully rap the first day of school. And down in the third grade: Kelan, Choudhardy, Davone, Brandon and Shawn are working on an Anti-Bullying dance, beatbox and rap roadshow. Invite them to your class and you too will be inspired.
All of our Anti-bully rappers, open letter writers and poets will be featured at our annual Community Service Assembly in June. Additionally, the June edition of The Lantern is now accepting Anti-Bully:raps, open letters, thoughts, pledges and poems for another special Anti-Bully page.
Check out the blog for a preview as the IVillage.com report is inspiring more students at PS 119 to write, rhyme and rap in an effort to speak out against bullying.
Great job everyone and Kelly and Michelle–come on back any time. It takes a village to change the world!
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