March has been a banner month for the students, staff, and family of PS 212, the Lady Deborah Moody School.
The pre-K through fifth-grade school hosted its first-ever Family Science Night, where more than 250 families examined science stations and learned about all things science. Children did hands-on experiments, and parents admired the hard work of their children. Special thanks are sent to Mrs. Lieggi and Mrs. Dror for the extraordinary job organizing this event. Teachers, paraprofessionals, and staff volunteered and helped put everything together to make Science Night a fantastic success for the students and their families.
And now the students can hardly wait for next year to do it all over again.
Next, let’s put our spirit fingers together and give a great big huzza to the Koala Cheerleaders squad for placing third and wining the Spirit award at the first annual OWL, NYC Youth Cheerleading competition held at John Bowne High School on March 19. This was the first year that PS 212 had a cheerleading team, and it was all thanks to new principal Rina Horne.
Three cheers also to coaches Ms. Balzomo, Mrs. Castelluccio, and Mrs. Lozano for all their hard work in getting the team pom-pomed and ready to compete.
Standing O says, “Congrats, here is a Standing O and an A plus.”
PS 212, Lady Deborah Moody School [87 Bay 49th St. in Bensonhurst, (718) 266–4841].
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