POSOC Hosts #HashtagLunchbag Service Learning Event

Together, Corlears families packaged 100 fresh bagged lunches, complete with uplifting notes and illustrations. The lunches were then delivered to local nonprofit The Bowery Mission, which serves New Yorkers who are homeless and hungry.

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Service Learning Project Raises Money, Awareness for Nonprofit Ubuntu Mundo

Each year, Corlears’ graduating class chooses a service learning project. This year, the Class of 2019 chose nonprofit Ubuntu Mundo. Our graduating class shares what their service learning project and social justice education at Corlears has taught them.

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Corlears Librarian Kyle Lukoff Talks About His New Picture Book, Being an Author

As the librarian at Corlears School, Kyle is fully immersed in the world of children’s literature each day. When he’s not introducing children at Corlears to the joys of reading, he’s writing his very own children’s books for young bookworms everywhere – the second of which hits shelves on June 4, 2019.

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How to Talk About Race with Young Children Workshop at Corlears

On Tuesday, April 30, the Corlears community gathered to discuss this topic with experts from the Center for Racial Justice in Education in an interactive workshop titled, “Talking About Race with Young Children.” Learn more about our community’s commitment to equity and inclusion, and find links to resources.

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Gardening with Toddlers: How Planting Seeds Helps Children Understand Nature and Nurturing

By gardening in the classroom, children learn about more than just how plants grow. They’re also having conversations about caring for our Earth and living things, working through emotions associated with change – and learning patience, too.

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First Grade Math in Action: Learning to Measure

In first grade math, Corlears students build upon the foundations set in previous years to practice measuring. Learn more about the patterns, number combinations, and problem-solving skills they used this week to estimate, solve, prove, and record their measurements.

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