The Brooklyn New School is committed to academic and personal success for all students. We believe that children are creators of meaning. They are naturally thoughtful and curious, and they work to gain understanding of the world they inhabit. When the adults who care for children foster this effort, children become life-long learners.
 
BNS Parents: Click here to change contact informationPlease note: To change address, you must bring two proofs of address to the main office.
 
Summer is a Great Time to Read.  Our Library suggests clicking here for some suggestions.  If you children are going into 6th-12th grade at BCS or another school, check out the BCS summer reading guide:

EcoRama: "Reduce, Reuse, Resparkle" Friday, June 8, 9:30 am - 1:30 pm

 

 

Come to Earth Day in June and share the many sustainability projects that classes take on throughout the year, including Garden to Café Day. We encourage parents to leave lunchboxes at home so their children can enjoy a freshly harvested and "home" made lunch prepared by the cafeteria staff. Parents are needed all day and welcome to help serve lunch starting at 11:15 am.

BNS Afterschool: Spring Workshops begin April 30

Join us for ten weeks of fun in Afterschool. Click here for a list of workshops and a registration form.

Summer Camp Auction

Bid here!

Kindergarten Arts Exploration Day, Thursday, March 8

BNS parents will take over Kindergarten this morning for an arts explosion on a grand scale. Students will be watching and participating with adult art professionals on stage, in the Art room and all the K rooms. Dress for mess on March 8!

BNS/BCS Science Sustainability Night, March 1, 6 pm

Join us in the cafeteria for Gadgets, Gizmos and Contraptions! Make things, take things apart, create a musical instrument, invent a new salad dressing and more.

Wake Up Everybody! Fourth Grade Musical, Thursday, February 16, 6 pm

A Production of the Brooklyn New School and Brooklyn Arts Exchange, starring our entire 4th grade, directed by Jose Joaquin Garcia, with musical direction by Jonathan Hardy, choreography by Donna Costello, technical direction by Ed Kelly, parent love by Laura Mascuch and Christine Siracusa (and many more), and set design by Lisa Dove.

Third Grade Museum of China, Feb. 7 and 8

Are you ready for a trip to China with 3rd graders as your tour guides? We leave Tuesday, February 7 after lunch and continue Wednesday morning, February 8. Entertainment, crafts, arts, tools, tombs and much much more, based on our study of Ancient China.

Fourth Grade Lenape Museum, Tues. Jan. 31 and Wed. Feb. 1

Join the fourth grade community of students, teachers and parents for the Lenape Museum! Visit the fourth grade classrooms and hallway as they are transformed into the Hall of the Lenape. The museum is open for visitors Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning till 11 am.

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