Dear AmPark Neighborhood School Parents and Supporters,
We’re excited to announce our online book fair! This book fair will be completely online with Children’s Bookstore from November 6 to 20, 2017. It’s easy to participate.
- Visit https://www.childrensbookstore.com/go/AmPark
- Shop for the books you can’t wait to read, every book on the website is eligible for our book fair.
- Books will be shipped directly to your home.
Our school earns 30% of every book purchase! We’ll use the funds to support our Wellness in the Schools (WITS) partnership! Continue reading Online Book Fair!
AmPark is collecting donations for victims of recent disasters. See our flyer here.
Donations can be dropped off beginning Friday, October 13th at our Halloween Costume Party or any day in the lobby through October 27th at morning drop-off. All donated items must be non-perishable, not second-hand, and not contain liquids of any kind. Open or unsealed donations of food or hygiene supplies won’t be accepted. Continue reading Hurricane Relief
Thursday, October 19th at 12noon AmPark will be joining in on the “crunch heard ’round the world!” Big Apple Crunch is a way to celebrate food and get New Yorkers thinking about healthy, seasonal, local eating.
Parents, please send in 2-3 apples with your child as a contribution to this healthy initiative!
For more information please visit: https://bigapplecrunch.squarespace.com/
Join us on Tuesday, October 17th at 6pm in the Multi-Purpose Room to learn about Social and Emotional Learning at AmPark – Unpacking the RULER approach and The Leader in Me. Check out the flyer here.
Missed the District 10 Middle School Fair or still have more questions? Come to AmPark’s Middle School Information Night / Noche de Informacion para Escuela Intermedia on Monday, October 16, 2017 4pm-6pm.
Join Ana, Guidance Counselor, and Angie, Parent Coordinator while they walk you through the process of Middle School Admissions with this helpful presentation. Meet staff from In-Tech Academy, Jonas Bronck, Bronx Community Charter and Horace Mann School.
Already visiting schools? Here’s a great checklist to help you on your tours.
Fall 2017 WonderWalk Campaign
WonderWalk provides elementary school students the chance to help the March of Dimes give all babies a healthy start. A mini-walk on school grounds, WonderWalk is a fun, safe, educational and rewarding way for students to have a first time experience making a difference in their community.
Students are encouraged to pick someone special to walk for such as a baby brother or sister or someone who is expecting a baby. They raise money by asking friends and family to make donations in order to help them reach their goals. AmPark’s fundraising goal this year is $1,000 – the student which raises the most will have lunch with the administration! You should have all received the sponsor envelopes yesterday so your children can begin making a difference for this important cause. Encourage your children to make signs to carry with them during the walk – especially if they were premature themselves! Continue reading WonderWalk: Walking Together for Stronger, Healthier Babies
Join our Parent Coordinator Angie Lebron on Tuesday, October 10th 2:45pm to 3:45pm in the Library to learn about the Special Education Process. Speakers include Advocates for Children as well as AmPark’s own Special Education Coordinator, Melissa, and Social Worker, Cathy.
This event promotes father involvement by encouraging fathers and significant male caregivers of all kinds to take their children to school. Actively involved fathers are a positive force in the lives of their children and their community. When fathers are involved in the lives of their children, especially their education, their children learn more, perform better in school, and exhibit healthier behavior.
Check out Kelly and Angie welcoming our dads this morning and showing their appreciation!