The Foundation for Architecture
Second graders are provided with an opportunity to study and learn about historic New York City by learning about local buildings, bridges, and monuments in the neighborhood.
New York City Football Club (Soccer)
Coaches work with students to practice soccer drills, learn about sportsmanship behavior, and discuss healthy food choices to support an active lifestyle.
On Saturdays, Apex for Youth and Reading Empowers offers students in grades 1, 2, and 3 academic support through read aloud and book activities.
Rising New York Road Runners
This program provides students in grades Pre-K to 5 with opportunities to engage in physical activity as well as learn about healthy eating habits during the school day.
Spoons Across America
Students in grades 1-5 learn about healthy eating and nutrition. Each grade focuses on a different aspect of healthy eating and nutrition. Farm to Book is a literacy program for our 2nd grade students that uses books to help students learn about how foods are made, prepared, and ready to buy. For example, students read a book about honey and sample honey during a lesson.
Swim for Life with YMCA
In collaboration with the Chinatown YMCA, second graders are able to attend 10 weekly swimming lessons in the Spring.