Imagine Learning awards one of our students for reading achievement in the language and literacy program!

With Imagine Language & Literacy, every child receives explicit, targeted instruction within an individualized learning path that continually adjusts to their needs. Over 4,100 engaging activities teach critical language and literacy concepts such as reading and listening comprehension, basic vocabulary, academic language, grammar, phonological awareness, phonics, and fluency. Educators trust the program because it’s differentiated, standards-aligned, rigorous, and effective.  Kids love the program because it’s fun and challenging!  For this reason one of our students spent record time engaging in the program which landed him with a most generous reward from the Imagine Learning organization! 

PS/IS 268 observes Teacher Appreciation Week , May 7-11, 2018

We chose to honor the Educators of PS/IS 268 with whimsical goodies each day that express just how much we appreciate them!     

Disney FUNdraising week !

Image result for disney Week  @ P.S./I.S. 268 !!

*Bake Sales!   *  Pi(e) Day!  *  Costume-Day!  *  Genie-grams! * ZUMBA*

 

In an effort to raise money to cover the cost of our 2018 production of Disney's Aladdin, P.S./I.S. 268 had a fun-draising week of activity!  

Monday-Send a "Genie"gram!

Tuesday-Photo Op day with a Disney character!

Wednesday-Pi(e) Day, Pie a teacher in the face!

Thursday-Bake Sale!

Friday-Disney Costume Contest !

& Faculty  ZUMBA!!

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P.S./I.S. 268 observes P.S. I Love You day! ~February 9, 2018

P.S./I.S. 268 Honors Black History Month!

  

CDEC 29 PRESENTS : THE FIRST DISTRICT 29Q HISTORY FAIR! ~February 11, 2018~

P.S./I.S. 268 students participated in the District 29Q first ever history fair sponsored by CDEC 29Q and the District 29 Community Superintendent’s Office .   The purpose of the fair was to highlight our community’s culture and to give students the opportunity to define knowledge, investigate data, and develop logical conclusions on the assigned topic.

Congratulations to all of our students who participated and to Eshwar Singh from class 301 for winning the bronze medal for his "Great Wall" project!