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Today was the 5th Grade Clap Out for the class of 2020!
Congratulations to our 5th grade class of 2020!
We are so proud of you!
Today's was P.S.55's Virtual Field Day Challenge!
Let the games begin!
This week's Spirit Day was to show that red, white and blue feeling!
What a great way to celebrate Memorial Day!
For this week's Spirit Day we honor all the workers that keep our community safe! Thank you to our hometown heroes!
We had fun jumping our way through the week!
P.S.55's Jump-a-thon 2020!
Our Spirit Day theme this week was a Neon Party Rewind!
Everyone dressed up in their coolest acid wash jeans, leg warmers, teased hair, and of course NEON!
For Spirit Day this week, we took a step back in time and dressed up in our favorite Halloween costumes.
This week's spirit theme was Dreams Come True Friday.
With a bright future ahead what do you aspire to be when you grow up?
This week's Spirit Theme was heroes!
Whether they are Super or Frontline they are all heroes worth celebrating!
Today was School Spirit Day at PS55 and we worked at home with our "spirit" on!
Our Spirit Day's theme this week was Bed Heads! We left the brushes and the gel in the drawer and we continued to show how P.S. 55 works hard through the toughest time!
In Mrs. Argenziano's Grade 2 - Grade 5 classes the students began a unit on Cartooning and Animation. They watched an inspiring video interview with Rebecca Sugar, the creator of the cartoon Steven Universe. Then they were to practice creating cartoon characters by following how-to videos. They concluded by coloring their piece in the medium of their choice.
Mrs. Argenziano's PreK -& Grade 1 wanted to share their Visual Arts Remote Learning. The students practiced their geometric shapes and in this drawing lesson created robots from these shapes. The students added details in lines and shapes to create buttons and extra features on their creations. They concluded with coloring in the medium of their choice.
We joined the Rainbow Challenge to spread the message "everything will be okay", hoping to brighten everyone's day!
February's Most Improved Attendance Winners!
P.S. 55’s new sensory hallway thanks to Mrs. Berman.
Our Striders K-1 bike program created life-changing moments today!
Our talent show this year was a feast for the eyes and ears!
Thank you Mrs. Pascale for an outstanding performance of our 3rd, 4th & 5th graders!
Another successful phonics workshop with Mrs. Anastasiou!
We celebrated the special people in our lives at our
My Hero Brunch!
Children, teachers and parents gathered to enjoy World Read Aloud Day together!
The cold weather couldn't keep the 4th and 5th graders away from the Winter Wonderland Dance!
What a fun evening!
Many thanks to all of the students, parents, UAU staff, and PS55 staff who helped knit or donated materials for our efforts to knit nests for the Australian animals impacted by the wildfires. The nests have been sent along with the items made by Staten Island Arts and Dance Center.
We had another great turnout this morning by our parents for the Phonological Awareness workshop - Part 2, led by our coach Mrs. Anastasiou. Parents and students were working together for academic success!
We celebrated our students who attended December's Most Improved Attendance breakfast today! Way to go!
The Staten Island Spelling Bee was today! We were represented by Andrew LaPointe, Madison Lenza, and Ronan Roth.
Win or lose you are our champions!
Today's Phonological Awareness Workshop Part I was another exciting morning of parents and their children learning together. Can't wait for Part 2!
What a wonderful way to spend the evening being entertained at the 3rd grade holiday concert. Congratulations on an awesome performance!
All Around the World in P.S.55!
Our 5th graders shared their cultural heritage at their Cultural Feast. What a delicious way to start the day!
We are certainly feeling the holiday spirit thanks to our UAU students' festive houses!
Thank you for our winter wonderland!
Computer Science For All at PS 55!
In our new media center, two of our first-grade classes, teachers, parents, and some of our fourth grade Tech Team members are engaged in an exciting adventure using Scratch to complete a math activity.
Our PS 55 Literacy Reading Coach, Mrs. Anastasiou, led our first language workshop in our new media center. Parents worked with their children to learn strategies to help their children.
We had a wonderful evening at our 4th annual Thanksgiving Dinner Celebration!
4th and 5th grade Halloween Party
Students, teachers, and even the principal had a great time at the Brain Challenge assembly today!
Trick or Treat
Our school was chosen by Council Member Joseph Borelli, the Greener NYC Initiative, and http://thehort.org to take part in a Herb Garden Project at P.S.55. Today our students and staff of the UAU planted the garden. The UAU will maintain the garden and use it as a learning space for its afterschool program.
Thanks to all who came to our Barnes and Nobles Book Fair today to support PS55 and hear Mrs.Harkins and Ms. Sacarro read!