In our art studio, students will be introduced to the art from different cultures and the works of many artists. They will have an opportunity for hands on experiences that will allow them to appreciate, think, explore and create.
Apex for Youth seeks to empower youth to be well-rounded, productive members of society by helping them build their self-confidence, explore academic and career goals, develop a sense of community and service, and gain leadership skills.
Fourth and fifth graders who require additional support in reading and math are invited to attend APEX Saturday Tutorial. Following the tutorial, students who are interested can participate in the basketball program. It teaches students the game of basketball and the values of healthy living, teamwork, and sportsmanship.
Students in grades K-5 work with Chess Master, Mr. Anatoly Tonkonogy. Chess instruction is provided every Friday for a 10-week cycle. Select students are also asked to participate in Chess Club once a week during their lunch period and the PS 110 Annual Chess Tournament.
This is the core nutrition program of the Food Bank for New York. It introduces lessons on healthy eating and healthy eating choices to Kindergarteners, first graders and parents. They participate in hands-on workshops teaching cooking skills and nutrition information and fosters enthusiasm for fresh, affordable fruits, vegetables and other whole foods.
Girls on the Run
Girls on the Run inspires girls to be happy, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running. All interested third through fifth grade girls are encouraged to apply.
Making Books Sing
This program promotes children’s literacy and social development through arts-in-education programs and professional theatre productions. Originally the family theatre and education program of the Tony Award-winning Vineyard Theatre, Making Books Sing is now an independent nonprofit that inspires children to grow as literate, creative and socially aware individuals. They work with our second grade students.
National Dance Institute (NDI)
This program introduces third and fourth grade students to the fundamentals of dance while challenging them creatively and intellectually. The NDI teaching team, comprised of two Teacher/Choreographers and a Musician/Composer, explores how movement and music become dance.
Throughout the year, students explore a curricular theme, which becomes the basis for the end-of-year theatrical performance.New York Historical Society
The program is led by a New York Historical Society educator or teaching artist. The work they do supports the Common Core State Standards for Literacy in History/Social Studies and New York State Learning Standards for Social Studies and the Arts. They work with our fourth grade students.
NYU Teachers & Writers Collaborative
This program offers students in fourth and fifth grades school-based writing programs led by professional writers. T&W helps students develop creative and imaginative skills, increased motivation and skills in reading, and an improved ability to express their experiences and ideas in writing.
a T&W writing residency, students think of themselves as writers. And at
the end of most T&W programs, students work with the writer to revise their
work, which T&W publishes in an anthology.
Third Street Music Settlement
Partnered with our school, our Kindergarten through third grade students explore Orff-based music and movement while fourth and fifth grade students participate in chorus or world percussion. The classes are led by teaching artists from Third Street Music Settlement.
Rosie’s Theater Kids
Rosie's Theater Kids offers fifth grade students the opportunity to dance, sing, perform and experience musical theater on a weekly basis. As students learn song lyrics and are introduced to the cultural context of Broadway productions, these lessons are integrated into the study of core curriculum subjects such as language arts and history.