CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR
- First day of school: September 9, 2015
- Thanksgiving Recess begins: November 26, 2015
- Winter Recess: December 24, 2015 - January 1, 2016
- Mid-winter Recess: February 15 - February 19, 2016
- Spring Recess: April 25 - April 29, 2016
- Last day of school: June 28, 2016
MIDDLE SCHOOL 226 YOUNG DEBATE TEAM
WITH 3 FIRST PLACE PRIZES!
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR
ST. FRANCIS PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST WINNERS!
Join us Thursday, May 28, 2015 from 12:30 - 2:30 at our Rush Gallery!
It is that time again when we get an opportunity to showcase the talent of our students’ artwork in this display entitled, Are We There Yet? This exhibit will take place at the school on Thursday, May 28, 2015 from 12:30 – 2:30 P.M.
You are cordially invited for the Opening Reception, Are We There Yet? to see the unveiling of our students' artwork brought to us by our amazing artists sponsored by Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation. "Rush Philanthropic is dedicated to providing inner city youth across New York City with significant exposure to the arts, as well as to supporting emerging artists with exhibition opportunities.
Rush was founded in 1995 by three brothers: Danny Simmons, visual artist and community builder; media mogul Russell Simmons; and Joseph “Rev. Run” Simmons of the legendary hip-hop group Run-DMC. Their goal was to fill the gap that the disenfranchised and people of color faced in both accessing the arts and exhibition opportunities" www.rushphilanthropic.org.
Join us and RSVP (via e-mail) any time before Tuesday May 26, 2015
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR STUDENTS!
A photographic exhibit shot by MS 226 students, is now on display in Terminal 4, JFK International Airport. The pictures depict nature scenes and were taken by eighth graders who took an elective from noted photographer Jeffrey Gamble. If you find yourself traveling in the near future, stop for a moment and take notice of the artistry done by our talented students.
OUR ART AT JFK AIRPORT ON FACEBOOK
We are pleased to announce that we will be offering our
student the wonderful opportunity to become
a member if one of our school clubs.
These clubs include:Alvin Ailey Dance Club
Double Dutch Club
Her Story Club
Hospitality ClubIndian Dance Club
Jr. Knicks Basketball Club
Modern Dance Club
MS 226 Baseball Club
MS 226 Newsletter Club Boys & Girls Basketball Club
Musical Band Club
Poetry ClubRockets Cheerleading Club
Soccer ClubStudent Government Club
Young Men's Leadership Group Club
Please ask your child to sign the permission slip that was sent home.
OUR SCHOOL DAY STARTS AT 8:10 AM SHARP!
STUDENTS MUST BE PREPARED IN THEIR ACADEMY UNIFORMS.
M.S. 226 earned a PROFICIENT on our Quality Review!
Perfect Attendance, Feb. 26th
Our students visited Washington D.C.
Professional Baseball Player Patrick Lennon Meets
with the Students of Middle School 226 to Talk About
the Importance of a Good Education, January 20th
Our Principal, Ms. Rushell White, on her Nomination of Channel 7 - ABC's Educator who goes above and beyond.
Above and Beyond Video
2014 PENCIL Benefit Honoree JPMorgan Chase & Co. and PENCIL Celebrate the Power of Partnership Starring our Young Men's Leadership Students: PENCIL VIDEO
2014 PENCIL Benefit Photo Gallery
2014 PENCIL Benefit Photo Gallery
Our Young Men's Leadership Team
CSA President Ernest Logan visits with our young leaders
Our school affiliations:
PENCIL's Partnership Program builds and supports customized, long-term relationships between business
volunteers and public school principals to inspire innovation a improve student achievement
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater grew from a now-fabled performance in March 1958 at the 92nd Street Y in New York City.
Led by Alvin Ailey and a group of young African-American modern dancers, that performance changed forever the perception of American dance.
The Ailey company has gone on to perform for an estimated 25 million people at theaters in 48 states and 71
countries on six continents -- as well as millions more through television broadcasts.
The Ailey Company is a part of the M.S. 226 family where they often perform for our
students and help them choreograph dance moves and routines.
The Door Restaurant
The New York City Council's 28th District
Our CFN 210
The Council of Supervisors and Administrators
NYC DOE Deputy Director of Facilities
Our Queensborough President and Deputy Queensborough President
The MS 226 Parent / Teachers Association
JP Morgan Chase
Our School Safety Team
Queensborough Community College
World Renowned Photographer Jeffrey Gamble
The 106th Precinct
Spotlight on Middle School 226
Our Learning CommunitiesThe Visionaries Academy for Science and Technology
Middle School 226 is organized into 4 learning communities which allow our teachers to better meet the needs of each individual student through cognitively demanding experiences, while allowing maximum learning to take place in small learning environments:
Students in this academy are engaged in science and technology.
Student utilize science technology to develop projects in webdesign, science projects, computer programs, Power Point projects, and video gaming while continuing to engage in academic rigor around the Common Core Learning Standards.
Technology in Action at the Third Floor Visionaries Academy
Our newly renovated modern library is stocked with iPads, laptops, and other
technologies for our students to learn about the world beyond the walls of the classroom.
The Humanities Academy for Performing Arts
This academy showcases the talent in our youngsters with quarterly performances and displays in music, art, dance, poetry, drama while continuing to engage students in academic rigor around the Common Core Learning Standards.
Visit our Rush Art Gallery Located on the Second Floor Humanities Academy
HerStory at Middle School 226
The Discovery and Exploration Academy
This hub for 6th graders, allow students
to explore the Junior High School experience through rigor, discipline
, creativity, and culture
aligned to the Common Core Standards.
Get Caught Reading!
The Renaissance Academy for Broadcast Journalism
The academy engages students in print and digital media. Students utilize elements of print and digital media to develop projects and displays in student newspaper, video broadcast, student magazine, while continuing to engage students in academic rigor around the Common Core Learning Standards.
Our Photo Gallery
Creating our Production Studio on the Fourth Floor Renaissance Academy
Our Champion Rockets Basketball Team
Our Cheerleaders Rule!
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