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Neighborhood School Grants Recipients

Academy of Arts & Letters

Reading Intervention Program, $20,000

The Reading Intervention Program for elementary and middle school students at the Academy of Arts & Letters will provide small groups of students with critical reading support. Participating students will work intensively with Arts & Letters teachers to bring their reading skills up to grade level and to develop confidence as readers.

Brooklyn High School for Leadership and Community Service

BHSLCS College Bound Initiative, $20,000

The BHSLCS College Bound Initiative (CBI) provides special support for BHSLCS students who are interested in pursuing college or university study after high school graduation. In addition to guidance from College and Peer Advisors to navigate the college selection and application process, CBI also highlights the benefits of post-secondary education through a year-round schedule of special events and tours of local college campuses, while providing a positive environment where BHSLCS?s over-age, under-credited students are encouraged to plan for their futures after high school.

PS 20 The Clinton Hill School

PS 20 GreenArts Project, $12,500

The PS 20 GreenArts Project is an integrated environmental science and visual arts program that will establish a culture of visual inquiry that crosses the boundary between science and art. GreenArts will merge PS 20?s nascent visual arts and ecology instruction initiatives into a mutually reinforcing program that focuses on both observation of the natural world and individual expression.

IS 318 Eugenio Maria De Hostos

After-School Program, $10,000

IS 318's After-School Program provides exceptional, free after-school programming in athletics, arts and academics. By participating in this program, students learn the importance of commitment and engage in activities that lead to future opportunities, helping students become well-rounded and building confidence for their future endeavors.

George Westinghouse Career and Technical High School

Future Park, $25,000

Working collaboratively with the MetroTech Business Improvement District and La Fantastica Design Studio, students at George Westinghouse High School will redesign an underutilized public space on Flatbush Avenue Extension, Future Park. Students will fabricate and install chairs and tables, as well as fabricate a variety of landscaping and environmental features to promote environmental sustainability in an urban context.

Green School: An Academy for Environment Careers

SONYA Artists Public Art Residencies, $10,000

The SONYA Artists Public Art Residencies is a collaboration between the Green School, the Graham Avenue BID and South of the Navy Yard Artists (SONYA) that establishes four artist residencies that will take students into the neighborhood to create unique public art pieces whose content and design reinforce concepts from classroom curricula.

PS 147 Isaac Remsen School

School and Community Partners in the Arts, $12,500

Through School and Community Partners in the Arts, NURTUREart and Chez Bushwick, two neighborhood arts non-profits, will provide arts education to PS 147 students, as well as their parents and teachers, to support the academic curriculum and facilitate a cultural exchange with the community.

Jose de Diego Magnet School of Visual Arts and Sciences

The Greenhouse Project at PS 84, $10,000

The Greenhouse Project at PS 84 is a science laboratory built around a 21st-Century sustainable urban farm that focuses students on issues of global concern: climate change, efficient use of water and energy, building greener cities and growing a secure and healthy food supply. Students learn science and arts concepts and develop their critical thinking skills through hands-on activities and by interaction with greenhouse technology.

PS 16 Leonard Dunkly Elementary School

Art is Good: About Art and You, $20,000

Art is Good: About Art and You will provide arts education for all students at PS 16, nurturing expression and facilitating creativity through fine art. Lessons begin with a brief lecture on art history and theory, followed by basic technical instruction. The goal of Art is Good is to teach young artists how to plan and brainstorm to make artwork that is meaningful to them, reinforcing the idea that the most important tools they have are the ideas already in their heads."

Lyons Community School

Urban Workshop, $7,500

Through the Urban Workshop program, middle and high school students from Lyons Community School will work on two gazebo construction projects to improve community gardens in underserved areas of Brooklyn. In addition to developing their carpentry, math and teamwork skills, participating students will build self-esteem, experience learning in a non-classroom setting, and form relationships with neighborhood greenspaces and the community members who work to maintain them.

PS 31 Samuel F. Dupont: A Magnet School for the Arts and Humanities

PS 31 Enrichment Performing Arts Program, $15,000

The PS 31 Enrichment Performing Arts Program includes dance, theater, and musical performing arts residencies using educators and professional in their respective fields. The vision of PS 31 is to create and maintain a safe, affirming, and enriched arts environment, which includes developing strong student voices; providing opportunities for leadership; and nurturing creativity, imagination, and self-expression.

Unity Preparatory Charter School of Brooklyn

Elective Clubs Program, $10,000

Unity Preparatory Charter School of Brooklyn's afterschool Elective Clubs Program offers all Unity students the opportunity to engage in a diverse range of activities including sports, performing arts, visual arts, robotics, and civic engagement.

Urban Assembly Institute of Math & Science of Young Women

Pathway to College, $25,000

Pathway to College is a comprehensive college access program, built on a peer-mentoring model, designed to help students at the Urban Assembly Institute of Math and Science for Young Women select, apply to, and matriculate into the college or postsecondary program that fits their academic and financial needs.

PS 133 The William A Butler School

Letter and Art Exchange Program, $5,000

Letters and Arts is a cultural exchange program that uses pen pals, the arts, and book exchanges to promote a dialogue about culture among the young people of the world. The students of PS 133 will pair with English, French, and Spanish speaking schools to start dialogues that will lead to new friendships, tolerance and the celebration of diversity.

The Williamsburg Charter High School

The Charter Sound Studio, $15,000

The Charter Sound Studio will allow The Williamsburg Charter High School to offer students an expanded musical arts curriculum and develop students' technical skills in the musical arts. The Studio will be supported by a digital catalogue that will maintain a record of the School's performances. Ultimately the Studio will be opened to alumni, parents, and local musicians, strengthening WCHS's neighborhood community.

Williamsburg High School for Architecture and Design

Operation Teach Learn Grow (T.L.G.), $20,000

Operation T.L.G. (Teach. Learn. Grow) is a collaboration between Williamsburg High School for Architecture and Design (WHSAD) and the Greenpoint Youth Court, a youth development program for justice-system involved young people. Using a service learning model and New York City Department of Education common core standards, students from WHSAD will receive instruction on the planning, drafting, and construction of environmentally friendly garden boxes that will be placed throughout Greenpoint.

Williamsburg Preparatory High School

The Greenhouse Project, $12,500

The Greenhouse Project enables students to connect science, the environment and nutrition through sustainable farming efforts, fostering student interest in bettering the environment for future generations and providing opportunities for student leadership in their community.

Academy of Arts & Letters

Reading Intervention Program, Award: $18,000

The Academy of Arts and Letters reading intervention program, which was created with the support of a Neighborhood Schools Grant for the 2013-2014 academic year, is an intensive afterschool reading intervention program for A&L students struggling with reading. Students identified to participate in this program read significantly below grade level. Teachers work with small groups of these students to develop their skills and fluency. The goal of the program is to increase the reading proficiency of student participants to grade level or higher; in the program's first year participating students showed significant advancement, with all students advancing at least one level and many advancing two or more levels.

PS 3: The Bedford Village School

City as School, Award: $10,000

Through the City as School field trip program, The Bedford Village School will expand its educational programs beyond the classroom to venues around New York City in order to provide meaningful, high-quality experiential learning opportunities for its students. The City as School program will develop Bedford Village students? awareness of place, culture, and society in order to lead them to become responsible citizens. Through this program, Bedford Village will expand their school campus through all five boroughs.

Benjamin Banneker Elementary

STEM Enhancement Project, Award: $10,000

Benjamin Banneker Elementary's STEM Enhancement Project engages President Obama's STEM objective to increase the representation of minorities and women in the science and technology pipeline. To increase students' exposure to science, technology, and math fields, Benjamin Banneker will partner with Mad Science of Westchester and Manhattan, New York Polytechnic School of Engineering First Lego Robotics League, and Vision Education and Media. Additionally, webinars and NASA webcasts will be used for teachers' professional development and to explore new ideas in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

Brooklyn Arbor

Brooklyn Arbor Music Program, Award: $25,000

The Brooklyn Arbor Music Program provides elementary students the opportunity to experience the power of music, from exploring and celebrating the music of our diverse heritages and cultures, to making their own music. Students sing, play instruments, learn music notation, and interact with performing musicians. Additionally, music education supports academic learning, engages and excites hearts and minds, fosters creative expression, and nurtures a stronger sense of community. For the 2014-2015 school year, Brooklyn Arbor will expand its music program to run the entire school year and serve all of its growing student population.

The Brooklyn International High School

Community Dance Studio, Award: $13,600

In order to expand its Community Dance Studio program, the Brooklyn International High School will install an upgraded dance floor, allowing its students to further benefit from the socio-emotional learning that occurs through its dance program. By installing a new dance floor, BIHS will: promote the safety and wellbeing of students and staff; enrich the school community expanding the existing dance program partnerships to promote cross-cultural collaboration, tolerance, and a culture of peace; and, ultimately, to fulfill its mission of helping English Language Learners (ELLs) to develop their language, intellectual, cultural, and collaborative abilities so that they may become active participants in today's interdependent world.

Brooklyn Latin School

STOKED: Action Sports and Youth Development, Award: $15,000

STOKED (Success, Teamwork, Openness, Kudos, Energy, Determination) is an organization that promotes personal development, academic achievement, and healthy lifestyles through action sports culture. STOKED program provides opportunities for students to design and handcraft skateboards; experience skateboarding, snowboarding and surfing trips; perform community service; develop an authentic skateboarding marketing brand; attend professional workshops aimed at brand design; shadow design industry professionals; and gain internships.

Brooklyn Prospect Charter School

Elementary Art Program, Award: $15,000

The Elementary Art Program at Brooklyn Prospect Charter School provides an opportunity for kindergartners and first graders to build practical art skills, develop a love of learning, and grow as individuals and members of the school community. The program is built around thematic units that align with core classroom instruction in areas such as transportation, growth, and "Our Brooklyn." Students work within different mediums to answer key questions within each unit and display their work in their local community. The focus of this early arts program will be on exploration, communication, and confidence.

PS 20 The Clinton Hill School

Green Arts, Award: $15,000

The Green Arts program is an alliance of art and urban agriculture-based education programs that create a zone of active, exciting educational opportunities, rooted in physical engagement, sensory observation and deep awareness of personal and public environments. Through the Green Arts program, teaching artists provide weekly art instruction that corresponds to natural science and botany curricula supported by bi-weekly gardening classes in The Clinton Hill School's garden and greenhouse.

Conselyea Preparatory School

Community Greenhouse Gardening, Award: $15,000

Through the Community Greenhouse Gardening program, teachers and students at Conselyea Preparatory School maintain a greenhouse system that serves as an extension of science classroom curriculum and clubs. Engaging students in hand-on activities to deepen their understandings of botany, life cycles, ecology, and nutrition, this project will facilitate learning meant to inspire our students to make healthy lifestyle choices.

Green School: An Academy for Environmental Careers

SONYA Public Art Residencies, Award: $15,000

Through the SONYA Public Art Residencies program, the Green School brings artists into the classroom to work with teachers to create public art projects that support curricula and to build community through positive collective socialization and neighborhood beautification. Through a collaboration between local artists, teachers, and students, the SONYA Public Art Residencies empower students to create a respectful, safe, and nurturing community both in and out of school and connect students to their classroom subject matter through the lens of visual arts. Artists will collaborate with teachers across disciplines, culminating in the creation of four public art pieces installed in collaboration with our partners at the Grand Street and Graham Ave BIDs.

PS 147: Isaac Remsen School

School and Community Partners in the Arts, Award: $12,500

PS 147's School and Community Partners in the Arts program provides students and teachers with experience in art making, arts literacy, and curriculum connections in the arts. Working with teaching artists, students learn about art materials and techniques through projects that correspond to their science and social studies curriculum. Visits to NURTUREart support in-school programming, offering students the unique opportunity to meet the artists and curators involved in the gallery?s rotating exhibitions, exposing them to professionals of their community, and career possibilities in the arts. After school, students connect with the local art community by exploring Bushwick galleries, artist studios, and alternative artistic spaces with the Art Explorers Club.

PS 16: Leonard Dunkly

Art is Good, Award: $25,000

The Art is Good program at PS 16 nurtures expression and facilitates creativity through fine art. Each session begins with a brief lecture on art history and theory, followed by basic technical instruction. Focusing more on "what" students make, rather than "how" they make it, students artists are taught how to plan and brainstorm in order to make artwork that is meaningful to them, ultimately teaching them that the most important tool for creativity and expression is the ?good idea that is already in your head.? The Art is Good classes provides students with a creative outlet to express themselves in an environment where there are no right or wrong answers.

Lyons Community School

Urban Workshop, Award: $21,300

Through the Urban Workshop program, 50 Lyons Community School students in grades 6-12 will build two gazebo structures in community gardens in underserved Brooklyn neighborhoods during the 2014-2015 school year. Students learn carpentry skills, math skills, and teamwork, building self-esteem, experiencing learning in a non-classroom setting, and forming relationships with community green spaces and the people in their community who maintain them.

PS 34: Oliver H. Perry

Inventors STEM program, Award: $20,000

The PS 34 Inventors program utilizes LEGO educational kits to give students an engaging introduction to hands-on inquiry-based STEM learning during specialized school day classes. Through PS 34 Inventors, PS 34 will connect with IS 318 Eugenio Maria De Hostos' middle school (2013 NSG Grantee) LEGO Robotics Challenge Team and the Greenpoint Branch Library, pairing elementary and middle school students to foster a sense of community around STEM exploration. The PS 34 Inventors program will not only introduce engaging new STEM cirruculum for students, but will also provide professional development for teachers in new technologies, workshops for students and families, and a pop-up museum of student LEGO inventions at the Greenpoint Branch Library.

School for the Urban Environment

The U.E. Energy (Dance Team), Award: $3,600

The School for the Urban Enviroment?s dance team, The U.E. Energy, focuses on jazz, tap and hip-hop. Members of our team meet twice-weekly to learn basics of each genre, to learn the value of self-expression, and to gain personal, emotional and social growth through dance.

Urban Assembly School for Law & Justice

College Readiness Program, Award: $10,000

Urban Assembly School for Law & Justice (SLJ) College Readiness Programs offers SLJ students enrichment and college and career services necessary to succeed in college and in life. By strategically placing students in off-site enrichment programs at cultural and educational organizations, providing support services necessary for them to participate in programs, and managing off- and on-site enrichment programming, SLJ's College Readiness Program provides an individualized approach to enrichment learning. Additionally, SLJ creates personalized college-focused senior plans by: hosting a family college night; creating advisory lessons for college and career planning; assisting in college application preparation, financial aid filings, and resume and personal statement writing; and offering campus tours and college trips.

PS 59 William Floyd

Junior Journalists, Award: $16,000

William Floyd's Junior Journalist program evolved out of an experiment to motivate students who were reluctant to write; teachers found that when students were engaged in writing a script or screenplay, they wrote more readily and conventions they had difficulty with were addressed with greater success. Through the daily opportunities for students to write and produce their own news broadcasts provided by the Junior Journalists program, students will improve their writing, listening, and speaking skills. Students will research the varied fields that work in tandem to produce a news show, visit a studio where news is broadcast, and interview professionals connected with the news broadcasting. Once they have completed their initial research, students will be taught how to create news stories for publication and broadcasting to be shared within the school community.

Williamsburg High School for Architecture and Design

Operation Teach Learn Grow, Award: $15,000

Operation T.L.G. (Teach. Learn. Grow), is a project led by the Williamsburg High School for Architecture and Design (WHSAD). During the 2013-2014 school year, T.L.G. not only enriched the educational environment at WHSAD, but the construction of tree guards in the community gave students an opportunity to work with the Greenpoint Chamber of Commerce to take up a positive engagement in the community. For the 2014-2015 school year, students from WHSAD will receive technical instruction on the planning, drafting, and construction of environmentally friendly tree guards that will be placed throughout the Greenpoint/ Williamsburg community. This service learning project will have lasting effects on youth participants and the Greenpoint neighborhood, fostering a commitment to civic engagement and a connection between the participants, their school, and the larger community. Students will learn the importance of community partnerships, the intricacies of gardening, and the benefit of serving and enhancing the appearance of your community.

Academy of Arts & Letters

Reading Intervention Program, $18,000

The Academy of Arts and Letters reading intervention program was created with the support of the Neighborhood Schools Grants program in 2013, is an intensive afterschool reading program for A&L students struggling with reading. Students identified to participate in this program read significantly below grade level, and teachers work with small groups of these students to develop their skills and fluency. The goal of the program is to increase the reading proficiency of participating student to grade level or higher; students have shown significant advancement, with all students advancing at least one level and many advancing two or more levels.

Benjamin Banneker Elementary

STEM Enrichment, $12,500

Benjamin Banneker Elementary’s STEM Enhancement Project engages President Obama’s STEM objective to increase the representation of minorities and women in the science and technology pipeline. To increase students’ exposure to science, technology, and math fields, Benjamin Banneker will partner with Mad Science of Westchester and Manhattan, New York Polytechnic School of Engineering First Lego Robotics League, and Vision Education and Media to bring additional STEM workshops and activities to the shcool. Additionally, webinars and NASA webcasts will be used for teachers’ professional development and to explore new ideas in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

PS 414 Brooklyn Arbor

Brooklyn Arbor Music Program, $12,000

The Brooklyn Arbor Music Program provides elementary students the opportunity to experience the power of music, from exploring and celebrating the music of our diverse heritages and cultures, to making their own music. Students sing, play instruments, learn music notation, and interact with performing musicians. In addition to providing exposure to music, Brooklyn Arbor prioritizes music education as it supports academic learning, engages and excites hearts and minds, fosters creative expression, and nurtures a stronger sense of community.

Brooklyn Community Arts & Media High School (BCAM)

Project AIM: Artistic Intelligent Young Men, $18,000

Project AIM: Artistic Intelligent Young Men is a ten-week intensive arts-based project where BCAM male students and staff members engage the essential question: How do I make meaning of, and create authentic representations about, myself that push boundaries and challenge what it means to be a young man today? Using “The Power of Perception” and “Question Bridge” to investigate this important question, Project AIM generates discussions around Black male identity and representation. Project participants collaborate develop photographic, video, and musical works which share their views and personal representations.

Brooklyn Prospect Charter School

Elementary Exploration Program, $10,000

Brooklyn Prospect Charter School’s Elementary Exploration Program provides students in kindergarten, first, and second grade the opportunity to explore thematic units using an interdisciplinary approach. The integrated arts and sciences program will help students develop a love for learning by engaging with course materials in a hands-on manner and reflecting on these scientific concepts through a hands-on elementary arts program.

PS 20 The Clinton Hill School

Green Arts, $15,000

PS 20’s Green Arts program is an integrated environmental science and visual arts program that has established a culture of visual inquiry that crosses the boundary between science and art. Green Arts merged PS 20’s visual arts and ecology instruction initiatives into a mutually reinforcing program that focuses on both observation of the natural world and individual expression.

Community Roots Charter School

3 Stars Edible Garden, $15,000

In 2009, the 3 Stars Garden was formed as a unique collaboration between the three collocated schools: Community Roots Charter School, PS 67, and PS 369. To support garden maintenance and extend available gardening hours, the 3 Stars Garden will now be open for play and exploration during the recess periods for all three schools. The extended hours will allow 3 Stars Garden to multiply its yield and become an edible garden, with the ultimate goal of bring these vegetables into the lunchroom.

PS 132 The Conselyea School

Designers - The Thinkers of Tomorrow, $15,000

The Conselyea School will partner with Salvadori Center to further develop its STEAM curriculum. Focusing on architecture, students will learn engineering, design, physics, and the basics of urban planning. Students will engage with the built environment directly surrounding their school and return to the classroom to build and problem solve with hands-on, creative activities that bring architecture to life.

PS 84 Jose de Diego School of Visual Arts and Sciences

PS84 Greenhouse Project, $5,000

The Greenhouse Project at PS 84 is a science laboratory built around a 21st-Century sustainable urban farm that focuses students on issues of global concern: climate change, efficient use of water and energy, building greener cities and growing a secure and healthy food supply. Students learn science and arts concepts and develop their critical thinking skills through hands-on activities and by interaction with greenhouse technology.

PS16 Leonard Dunkly Elementary

Art is Good at PS16, $20,000

The Art is Good program at PS 16 nurtures expression and facilitates creativity through fine art. Each session begins with a brief lecture on art history and theory, followed by basic technical instruction. Focusing more on "what" students make, rather than "how" they make it, students artists are taught how to plan and brainstorm in order to make artwork that is meaningful to them, ultimately teaching them that the most important tool for creativity and expression is the “good idea that is already in your head.” The Art is Good classes provides students with a creative outlet to express themselves in an environment where there are no right or wrong answers.

Oliver H Perry Elementary School

PS 34 LEGO Engineering Program, $20,000

The PS 34 Inventors program utilizes LEGO educational kits to give students an engaging introduction to hands-on inquiry-based STEM learning during specialized school day classes. Through PS 34 Inventors, PS 34 has partnered with IS 318 Eugenio Maria De Hostos' middle school (2013 NSG Grantee) LEGO Robotics Challenge Team and the Greenpoint Branch Library, pairing elementary and middle school students to foster a sense of community around STEM exploration. The PS 34 Inventors program not only provides engaging STEM curriculum for students but also provides professional development for teachers in new technologies, workshops for students and families, and a pop-up museum of student LEGO inventions at the Greenpoint Branch Library.

Park Place Community Middle School

Drop Everything and Read Program, $8,000

In order to build a school community of readers, Park Place Community Middle School will expand their Drop Everything and Read Program by purchasing additional titles appropriate for middle school students. Students will be able to take the books home and receive support from their parents to reinforce independent reading during after school hours.

PS11 Purvis J Behan Elementary School

[email protected], $12,500

To further enrich its STEM programming, PS11 has introduced [email protected] to teach computer literacy and basic coding skills to its third, fourth, and fifth grade students. Working in concert with classroom teachers, the technology teacher will implement a coding curriculum and inspire students to see STEM subjects as interesting academic options that can contribute to a fulfilling life and career.

PS 196 The Ten Eyck School

This Land Is Our Land - History for Our Future, $10,000

PS 196 The Ten Eyck School will partner with the NY Historical Society to teach American history, art history, and the visual arts through a series of programs where students strengthen their observational and descriptive skills through the study of historical evidence and use hands-on art making to visually document what they have learned. Students will make use the Society’s vast collection of artifacts, images, maps and documents to engage in close observations and rigorous analysis. As PS 196 has a largely immigrant student and parent body, thus, alongside New York City and United States history, these programs highlight the multiplicity of contributions the immigrant groups have afforded both New York and the U.S. at large throughout their history.

Urban Assembly Institute of Math & Science for Young Women

Pathway to College, $18,000

Urban Assembly Institute of Math & Science for Young Women’s Pathway to College program provides high quality college access program to serve students and their families as they make decisions regarding their postsecondary opportunities. With assistance from the Neighborhood School Grants program, the UA Institute will expand their college readiness program to provide targeted college readiness and preparation for students starting in the 9th grade, offering comprehensive and targeted support to prepare for, apply to, and graduate from college. The Pathway to College program will also expand its outreach to increase parental involvement and empower parents and guardians to feel invested in their child's postsecondary education.

The Williamsburg Charter High School

Parent Empowerment Project, $7,000

The Williamsburg Charter High School will engage its parent and grandparent community by welcoming them to use the newly created School Library through the Parent Empowerment Project and providing them with a variety of educational materials, technology, seminars, and meetings designed to empower and educate them in their role as care-givers of their students. The Parent Empowerment Project will strengthen the bond between the home and the school in order to create a more effective environment in which to promote the social, emotional, and academic development of WCHS students.

The Williamsburg High School for Architecture and Design

Operation Teach Learn Grow, $5,000

Founded in 2013 with the help of the Neighborhood School Grants, Operation Teach Learn Grow (T.L.G.) programming for the 2015-2016 school year will be offered in partnership with Pellettieri Stone Carver’s Academy that will accommodate 10-15 at risk students. Students will be introduced to the ancient tradition of stone carving and eventually use their new skills to create decorative sculptures for local community gardens. This service learning project will have lasting effects on youth participants and the Greenpoint neighborhood, fostering a commitment to civic engagement and a connection between the participants, their school, and the larger community.

Compass Charter School

The Inquiry Resource Center, $10,000

The Resource Center addresses a few key needs at our school. Compass’ diverse student body has a range of learning styles and learning needs as well as specific sensory, speech, and physical and occupational therapeutic needs. We work hard to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all of our learners. By providing students with access to a range of learning tools and resources, our teachers will be able to use a variety of entry points to engage students in the learning process, incite their passion for learning, and help students delve deeply into specific content areas.

PS 133 The William A Butler School

Auditorium Renovation, $25,000

In order to better serve its young performers, PS 133 The William A Butler School will upgrade its auditorium lighting and sound systems. Theater is an important tool to the PS 133 community; it is used to create conversations about diversity and culture through drama as it students portray the stories of others and ultimately empathize with those whose experiences differ from their own.

Brooklyn International High School

Black Box Theatre Conversion, $25,000

In order to expand its Theater Program, Brooklyn International High School will a convert a classroom into a black box theater, further providing students with high quality arts experiences and the social and emotional learning benefits inherent to the Arts. This is especially important for Brooklyn International High School’s students who are all English Language Learners as the arts provide a creative space for students of varying English proficiency levels to express themselves, show their learning in a new format, and to work collaboratively.

PS 3 The Bedford Village School

STEAM Experiential Education for Leadership and Sustainability, $20,000

PS 3’s STEAM Experiential Education for Leadership and Sustainability program engages students in rigorous experiential learning through STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics), supporting the school’s commitment to leadership and sustainability education through a school-wide initiative which links the two and teaches students to become good Earth Citizens. Inspired by the Children's Environmental Literacy Foundation, PS 3’s program will incorporate field trips to study-related institutions and experiential, project-based learning.

PS 9 Teunis G Bergen

Dance Room Renovation, $18,000

PS 9 prioritizes its dance program based on the belief that movement is integral to the learning process of young children and its dedication of differentiated instruction and an enrichment-oriented instructional model. Integrated with its literacy and social studies curriculum, students learn “choreographic tools,” and works in groups, partnerships, or individually to create short works of choreography based on themes inspired by books, poetry, and social issues. With funding from a Neighborhood School Grant, PS 9 will renovate its dance room, installing a sprung floor and mirrored walls to further support its dance curriculum.

PS 11 Purvis Behan Elementary School

PS 11 Coding Program, $15,000

As a part of its technology curriculum, PS 11 seeks to provide opportunities for students to acquire sophisticated computer literacy in order to develop students’ critical thinking skills, creativity, and analytic abilities and to motivate them to explore STEM pathways. Using Sparks’ Lyka Adventure for younger students and Beta CodePop for older students, this program engages all students K-5 in computer programming, video game design, and story-driven learning.

PS 20 The Clinton Hill School

Green Arts, $10,000

PS 20’s Green Arts program is an integrated environmental science and visual arts program that promotes visual inquiry that crosses the boundary between science and art. Green Arts merged PS 20’s visual arts and ecology instruction initiatives into a mutually reinforcing program of weekly instruction that focuses on both observation of the natural world and individual expression.

Benjamin Banneker Elementary School

STEM Enrichment After School, $20,000

Benjamin Banneker Elementary School’s STEM Enrichment Project engages President Obama’s STEM objective to increase the representation of minorities and women in the science and technology pipeline. To further increase students’ exposure to science, technology, engineering, and math fields, Benjamin Banneker will offer an afterschool engineering program, providing an additional opportunity to learn foundational engineering skills, such as simple machines, circuitry, and computer programming.

Park Place Middle School

Drop Everything and Read … across All Content Areas, $20,000

In order to build a school community of readers and build on the success of its Drop Everything and Read program, Park Place Community Middle School will expand the independent reading program by purchasing additional titles to expand the libraries across the humanities and science departments. Students will be able to take the books home and receive support from their parents to reinforce independent reading during after school hours. Park Place’s literacy department will also invest in resources to assist parents in supporting their students’ independent reading at home.

PS 282

Music Enrichment Program and Community Recital, $20,000

PS 282’s music education is a critical of its mission to provide students with a range of educational experiences that bring out a passion for learning. The Music Enrichment Program and Community Recital will provide all students with hands-on music education with a variety of instruments and the opportunity to participate in an afterschool marching band, culminating in a public recital at the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

Brooklyn Community Arts & Media High School (BCAM)

Project AIYM: Artistic Intelligent Young Men, $20,000

Project AIYM: Artistic Intelligent Young Men is a 12-week intensive arts-based mentorship project where BCAM male students and staff members engage the essential question: How do I make meaning of, and create authentic representations about, myself that push boundaries and challenge what it means to be a young man today? Project AIM generates discussions around Black male identity and representation using the interactive interview curriculum Question Bridge, alongside contemporary art, media, and artists’ visits to investigate this important question. Project participants collaborate develop photographic, video, and musical works which share their views and personal representations, culminating in a final exhibition at a neighborhood arts institution.

Urban Assembly School of Law & Justice

College Readiness Program, $25,000

Urban Assembly School for Law & Justice (SLJ) College Readiness Programs offers SLJ students enrichment and college and career services necessary to succeed in college and in life. By strategically placing students in off-site enrichment programs at cultural and educational organizations, providing support services necessary for them to participate in programs, and managing off- and on-site enrichment programming, SLJ’s College Readiness Program provides an individualized approach to enrichment learning. Additionally, SLJ creates personalized college-focused senior plans by: hosting a family college night; creating advisory lessons for college and career planning; assisting in college application preparation, financial aid filings, and resume and personal statement writing; and offering campus tours and college trips.

Brooklyn High School for Leadership and Community Service (BHSLCS)

Creative Arts Therapy for Youth, $25,000

The Brooklyn High School for Leader and Community Service (BHSLCS), a transfer school serving students from low-income families, serves students who face a wide array of challenges in seeking to achieve their educational goals, sometimes including past experiences with trauma, mental illness (including depression), and emotional disorders. Through the Creative Arts Therapy for Youth program, BHLCS provides an alternative therapeutic model to serve young adults who had not previously responded to more traditional models of behavioral therapy. The program will include a licensed art therapist, assisted by art therapy students from nearby Pratt Institute.

PS 23 Carter G Woodson Elementary

Performance Arts Establishment Program $15,000

In order to offer performing arts education and enrichment to the students of PS 23, the school will enter into a partnership with the 92nd Street Y to develop a child-centric dance, drama, and music program. In its pilot year, the goals of this program include the implementation of in-school instruction and off-site field trips throughout the school year that makes use of both the PS 23 and 92Y’s unique capacities to provide additional opportunities for student success and achievement and increase parent involvement.

PS 34 Oliver H. Perry

LEGO Engineering, $25,000

PS 34’s LEGO Engineering program utilizes LEGO educational kits to give students an engaging introduction to hands-on inquiry-based STEM learning during specialized school day classes and community programs. Students in grades 1-5 engage with foundational engineering skills, learning about simple machines, robotics, and coding. During the 2016-2017 school year, the LEGO Engineering program will be integrated with PS 34’s eco- and sustainability curriculum, to further prepare students to thrive in STEM related fields. Through the LEGO Engineering program’s special projects, PS 34 has deepened its connection with neighborhood, displaying student projects in pop-up exhibitions at the Greenpoint Public Library and the Greenpoint YMCA.

PS 132 The Conselyea School

Designers: The Thinkers of Tomorrow, $25,000

Through a partnership with the Salvadori Center, PS 132 provides innovative STEAM curriculum in its dedicated design studio. Focusing on architecture, students will learn engineering, design, physics, and the basics of urban planning, students engage with the built environment directly surrounding their school and return to the classroom to build and problem solve with hands-on, creative activities that bring architecture to life.

PS 147 Isaac Remsen

Community Partners for the Arts, $15,000

PS 147’s Community Partners in the Arts program provides students and teachers with experience in art making, arts literacy, and curriculum connections in the arts. Working with teaching artists, students learn about art materials and techniques through projects that correspond to their science and social studies curriculum. Visits to NURTUREart support in-school programming, offering students the unique opportunity to meet the artists and curators involved in the gallery’s rotating exhibitions, exposing them to professionals of their community, and career possibilities in the arts. After school, students connect with the local art community by exploring Bushwick galleries, artist studios, and alternative artistic spaces with the Art Explorers Club.

IS 318 Eugenio Maria de Hostos

National Champion Chess Program, $5,000

For the past 15 years, PS 318 has fielded the top scholastic chess program in the United States, which has been featured in documentaries, books, and an upcoming Hollywood film. Through chess, student players learn strategic thinking, logic, the value of hard work, and the concentration skills that serve them beyond the chessboard. IS 318 seeks to expand support for its girls’ chess program, as girls are historically underrepresented in chess and its team has produces some of the finest female players in recent history. The team will practice twice weekly throughout the schoolyear and attend the state championship in Saratoga Springs, NY.

Brooklyn Arbor

Brooklyn Arbor Performance Cycle $5,000

Brooklyn Arbor’s Music Program is a major part of the fabric of its school community, with strong parent involvement and the integration of music into many school milestone events. The Performance Cycle builds off the music program to address theater and performance objectives outlined in the Department of Education Blueprint for the Arts. The Performance Cycle will allow students to learn about and create three performances from start to finish with the support of faculty and outside experts that are designed to engage the student body, the school community, and the neighborhood in which it thrives.

The Green School: Academy for Environmental Careers

Public Art Residencies, $15,000

The Green School’s Public Art Residencies program brings artist Ellie Balk to The Green School to work directly with faculty and students on art projects culminating in public pieces both inside the school and throughout the surrounding community, including a stained glass window installation in the school’s lobby and the multi-year #VisualizePi mural program.

Conselyea Preparatory School

Dancing Classrooms, $12,000

Conselyea Preparatory School, in partnership with Dancing Classrooms, seeks to cultivate essential life skills in middle-school students through the art of social dance, using the vocabulary of ballroom dance to foster respect, self- and social-awareness, teamwork, confidence, and a sense of joy and accomplishments in every child. Conselyea Preparatory School has partnered with Dancing Classrooms since 2006, winning city championships in 2012 and 2013.

Lyons Community School

Urban Workshop, $25,000

Through Lyons Community School’s Urban Workshop program, high school students work on two gazebo construction projects to improve community gardens in underserved Brooklyn neighborhoods. This program provides under-credited students with an opportunity to earn high school credits in a hands-on setting and improves math skills for all students by providing an applied context for learning. The Urban Workshop program also improves teamwork and collaboration skills for participating students and improves their feeling of self-efficacy in school. This program also addresses a community need by providing community gardens with high-quality gazebos. As a result, participating gardens attract and retain new members and receive a gathering space for community events.

El Puente Academy for Peace and Justice

Bike the Change You Want to See, $18,000

A capstone project for students involved in El Puente Academy for Peace and Justice popular bicycle program, Bike the Change You Want to See combines physical education, experiential learning, community service and adventure travel. In conjunction with their teachers, participating students will plan (and ride) multi-day tours that incorporate aspects of studies in history, science, math, art and literature.

P 373 K The Brooklyn Transition Center

DaceAbility Studio, $25,000

The Brooklyn Transition Center serves a diverse population of students with equally diverse needs. The DanceAbility Studio will provide a space for its students to experience art through dance, physical fitness, and relieve their sensory needs, creating an environment where students have the opportunity to learn, practice, and master a variety of skills to help them become healthy and active members of their communities. Students with autism and sensory based disorders will also benefit from this new space and will engage in activities that target gross motor movement and fine motor coordination led by the Brooklyn Transition Center’s team of physical and occupational therapists.

Compass Charter School

Explorers Initiative, $10,000

The Explorers Initiative at Compass Charter School empowers and guides elementary school students to direct their own learning through inquiry. By providing students with a range of customizable learning tools and resources, teachers are able to use a variety of entry points to engage students in the learning process, incite their passion for learning, and help students delve deeply into specific content areas. Recognizing that students have a range of learning styles and requirements, as well as specific sensory, speech, and physical and occupational therapeutic needs, the Explorers Initiative is designed to help the children learn in their own way and at their own pace through the exploration of Brooklyn and beyond.

PS 282

PS 282 Music Program, $20,000

PS 282’s Music Program is critical to its mission to provide students with a range of educational experiences that bring out a passion for learning. The Music Program provides all students with weekly hands-on music education through a variety of instruments and techniques, the opportunity to participate in an afterschool marching band, and a public recital at the end of the 2017-2018 school year.

Academy of Arts & Letters

Arts & Letters Math Intervention Program, $17,500

In 2016 the Academy of Arts & Letters embraced the NYC DOE’s Algebra for All initiative, believing that Algebra acts as a gateway to later college and career opportunities and that low-income students of color are statistically less likely to be exposed to high-quality Algebra instruction early enough in their educational careers for it to open those doors. Arts & Letters has developed a robust math intervention program. to address this. Intervention groups would be led by certified math teachers and focus on critical foundational work in number sense and arithmetic concepts that are too far back to be adequately addressed in the midst of new content in the math classroom. After school intervention will target a group of students who need to focus on problem-solving skills rather than very basic concepts.

Achievement First Brooklyn High School

Expand Participation at Speech & Debate National Invitational Tournaments, $20,000

Achievement First Brooklyn High School’s (AFBHS) Speech & Debate program provides students with the opportunity to compete in Student Congress, Extemporaneous Speaking, Original Oratory, Declamation, Dramatic Interpretation, Humorous Interpretation, Oral Interpretation and Public Forum Debate on local, regional, and national circuits of competition. AFBHS’s Neighborhood School Grant will support participation at national invitational tournaments so that all eligible students are able to attend.

Brooklyn Community Arts & Media High School

BCAM's Project AIYM: Artistic & Intelligent Young Men, $20,000

Project AIYM: Artistic Intelligent Young Men is a 12-week intensive arts-based mentorship project where BCAM male students and staff members engage the essential question: How do I make meaning of, and create authentic representations about, myself that push boundaries and challenge what it means to be a young man today? Project AIM generates discussions around Black male identity and representation using contemporary art, media, and artists’ visits to investigate this important question. Project participants collaborate to develop photographic, video, and musical works which share their views and personal representations, culminating in a final exhibition at a neighborhood arts institution.

Brooklyn High School for Leadership and Community

Creative Arts Therapy for Youth, $20,000

The Brooklyn High School for Leader and Community Service (BHSLCS), a transfer school serving students from low-income families, serves students who face a wide array of challenges in seeking to achieve their educational goals, sometimes including past experiences with trauma, mental illness (including depression), and emotional disorders. For BHSLCS, there is an especially strong need for safe, supportive, and versatile programming that can teach students healthy ways to deal with stress and process traumatic experiences. Through the Creative Arts Therapy for Youth program, BHLCS provides an alternative therapeutic model to serve young adults who had not previously responded to more traditional models of behavioral therapy. The program is led by a licensed art therapist, assisted by art therapy students from nearby Pratt Institute.

The Brooklyn Latin School

STOKED—Action Sports and Youth Development, $15,000

STOKED (Success, Teamwork, Openness, Kudos, Energy, Determination) is an organization that promotes personal development, academic achievement, and healthy lifestyles to under-served youth through action sports culture. This program provides opportunities for students to experience skateboarding, snowboarding, and surfing; perform community service; design and handcraft skateboards; shadow design industry professionals; develop an authentic skateboarding marketing brand; attend professional workshops aimed at brand design; and gain internships.

P373K The Brooklyn Transition Center

DanceAbility Studio, $25,000

The Brooklyn Transition Center serves a diverse population of students with equally diverse needs. The DanceAbility Studio provides space for students to experience dance, physical fitness, and relieve their sensory needs, creating an environment where students can learn, practice, and master a variety of skills to help them become healthy and active members of their communities.

Students with autism and sensory based disorders benefit from this new space and engage in activities that target gross motor movement and fine motor coordination led by the Brooklyn Transition Center’s team of physical and occupational therapists. BTC’s OTs and PTs use this space to demonstrate techniques and train more staff members about the sensory needs of our students to promote generalization of skills across all academic settings and various school environments.

PS 23 Carter G Woodson Elementary

PS 23 Performance Arts Establishment Project, $15,000

In order to offer performing arts education and enrichment to the students of PS 23, the school will continue to partner with the 92nd Street Y to develop a child-centric dance, music, and digital arts program. The goals of this program include the implementation of in-school instruction and off-site field trips throughout the school year that makes use of both the PS 23 and 92Y’s unique capacities to provide additional opportunities for student success.

Compass Charter School

Explorers Initiative, $25,000

The Explorers Initiative at Compass Charter School empowers and guides elementary school students to direct their own learning through inquiry. By providing students with a range of customizable learning tools and resources, teachers use a variety of entry points to engage students, incite their passion for learning, and help students delve deeply into specific content areas. Recognizing that students have a range of learning styles and requirements, as well as specific sensory, speech, and physical and occupational therapeutic needs, the Explorers Initiative is designed to help the children learn in their own way and at their own pace.

This year, Compass Charter School will support a team of teachers in the development of gender and sexuality curriculum that will use inquiry-based learning in conjunction with the Explorers Initiative. This curriculum will empower students to be more aware of the existence of social constructs related to gender and sexuality, and will allows students’ interests and curiosities to guide the integrated, project-based units of study.

MS 577 Conselyea Preparatory School

Ballroom Dancing with Dancing Classrooms, $12,500

The mission of Dancing Classrooms is to cultivate essential life skills in children through the art of social dance and to use vocabulary of ballroom dance to foster respect, teamwork, confidence and a sense of joy and accomplishment in every child. MS 577’s annual Dancing Classrooms residency not only serves to further cultivate these qualities on its own, but it also compliments the school’s own Ballroom Dancing Club. As part of our middle school club program, students in grades 6-8 are offered ballroom dancing classes led by a MS 577 teacher throughout the year, looking forward to the professional experience of Dancing Classrooms in their final year of middle school.

PS 132 The Conselyea School

Designers - The Thinkers of Tomorrow, $25,000

Through a partnership with the Salvadori Center, PS 132 provides innovative STEAM curriculum in its dedicated design studio. Focusing on architecture, students learn engineering, design, physics, and the basics of urban planning; engage with the built environment directly surrounding their school; and return to the classroom to build and problem solve with hands-on, creative activities that bring architecture to life. This PS 312 has been selected to participate in a research study with New York University, to study the impact of project-based learning on student confidence and interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM). NYU researchers will follow the progress of students as they move through the design and architecture curriculum.

IS 318 Eugenio Maria De Hostos

Brooklyn Chess Champs, $5,000

IS 318 maintains the top scholastic chess team in the United States. With a proven record of accomplishment, the team continues to compete at the highest level on the national stage. Through chess, student players learn strategic thinking, logic, the value of hard work, and the concentration skills that serve them beyond the chessboard. IS 318 seeks to expand support for its girls’ chess program, as girls are historically underrepresented in chess and its team has produces some of the finest female players in recent history. Its 2017-2018 Neighborhood School Grants will support team travel to both the Girls National Championship in Chicago and the state championship in Saratoga.

PS 257 John F. Hylan Elementary

Marching Band, $15,000

John F. Hylan’s Marching Band provides musical instrument instruction to students in grades 3, 4, 5 in a fun, challenging, and disciplined way. The marching band consists of 3 musical instruments—drums, trumpets, and flutes—and performs at assemblies, recitals, and other special events.

PS 56 Lewis H. Latimer Elementary

Musical Connections with Little Orchestra Society, $20,000

Musical Connections is an innovative in-school music residency that teaches students to compose their own music. The program is based on the belief that composing is a fundamental way to understand music and a tangible way to demonstrate that understanding. The process of composing helps students develop a new vocabulary to express their ideas and feelings and become better communicators, collaborators, and creative thinkers. To strengthen the connection between their in-class composition work and live music in the concert hall, students attend Little Orchestra Society dress rehearsals, family concerts, and public service performances. Near the end of each residency, professional musicians are invited to our school to play the students’ compositions for an audience of PS56K families, friends, teachers, administrators, and staff.

PS 44 Marcus Garvey Elementary

44 Reads, $15,000

PS 44 Marcus Garvey Elementary’s 44 Reads Program aims to address the needs of students who are not reading on grade level. Through 44 Reads, students identified by their teachers will receive additional afterschool instruction to improve their decoding skills, reading comprehension skills, fluency, and use of reading strategies. During this pilot year, students will meet for two hours afterschool twice a week for 30 weeks. Overseen by a literacy counselor, teachers from grades 3, 4, and 5 will work with students using printed books, reading software, and literacy websites to provide the students with group instruction and individuated work time providing wide exposure to reading materials in different fields.

PS 110 The Monitor School

The Arts Grow Hearts and Minds, $17,500

PS 110 The Monitor School’s mission of “Growing Hearts and Minds” speaks to addressing the academic, social, and emotional learning of our students. The arts play an important role in that mission, and so PS 110 provides each grade with a performing arts residency in partnership with Young Audiences of New York that will allow for self-expression and growth, including programs focused on Latin dance, percussion, and musical theater.

Park Place Community Middle School

Drop Everything and Read Program ... Across All Content Areas, $15,000

Drop Everything and Read (DEAR) is Park Place Community Middle Schools’ independent reading remediation program. The program provides students with time to read what they want, share what they’ve read, and receive the support they need for further reading stamina and growth. Daily reading sessions last 45 minutes during the morning advisory period, Monday – Friday. Students record the pages read on their reading logs, and completed books are documented on class reading tracking charts, as well as library index cards in the ELA classroom. Book selections comprise wishlists, as well as suggested independent reading books from teachers and parents. This year, Park Place will continue to work to implement DEAR across all content areas, expanding beyond ELA into math, science, and history.

PS 11 Purvis J Behan Elementary

PROJECT PLANET: (Program for Language Arts, Numeracy, Empathy and Techonlogy), $10,000

PS 11’s STEM Academy program PLANET (Program for Language Arts, Numeracy, Empathy and Technology) serves all 10 kindergarten classes and first grade classes. PLANET weaves science, technology, engineering, and math into stories and themes already a part of the ELA curriculum to teach lower grade students valuable skills that will help navigate 2017's technologically driven world. Project PLANET develops critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, empathy, communication, leadership, creativity and innovation as well adaptability and flexibility, while preparing students for coding instruction in 3-5 grade.

PS 9 Teunis G Bergen Elementary

Early Childhood Gardening, $7,500

PS 9’s garden educator supports their two science teachers, and together they have designed activities that incorporate gardening into the science curriculum for each grade. Additionally, the garden educator works once a week in the classroom, providing support for the garden-based curriculum. During the rest of the week, each science teacher replicates the activities designed and piloted with the garden educator.

Urban Dove Team Charter High School

HiRisers Program, $20,000

Urban Dove Team Charter School's HiRisers program is a peer-mentoring program designed to provide students with life and job skills they need to become successful students and citizens. Focused around UD Team’s core values of teamwork, communication, and leadership, the HiRisers program is one of the centerpiece programs of the school’s innovative Sports-Based Youth Development framework that informs our entire school model. The HiRisers program trains our students to be coaches and mentors to younger children and then places them in elementary schools where they run recess programs, physical education classes, and after-school programs for the younger participants.

Williamsburg Early Childhood Center

Full STEAM Ahead, $10,000

PS 319 is a unique early childhood school committed to students Pre-K through First Grade. At this age, children abound with curiosity, and are natural investigators, eager to explore and invent. By allowing children opportunities to explore, question, and reflect, PS 319 empowers children to take charge of their learning, thereby opening up channels for forming theories, asking additional questions, and thus leading to additional areas of exploration. Integrated STEAM education, through guiding and supporting each child's natural desire to explore and create, fosters this innate tendency. PS 319’s STEAM program, offered with support from Marquis Studios, offers exciting ways to explore Life Science, Botany, Architecture, and Environmental Science by making paintings, collages, sculptures, models, and other visual art forms.

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