John J. Pershing's instructional focus is to engage students in high quality discussions exemplified by responding to and extending each other’s thinking and crafting questions to help each other deepen and elaborate upon their thinking.
We are an awesome "A" school
Assistant Principal - Dr. Melucci, Ed.D
Guidance Counselor - Ms. Gonzalez
SIT - Ms. Parker
Assistant Principal - Ms. Bolognino
Guidance Counselor - Ms. Delince
SIT - Ms. Baldassano
Assistant Principal - Ms. Diaz
Guidance Counselor - Ms. Blasi
SIT -Ms. Broker
6th Grade Wins the Canned Food Drive!
7th Graders at Madame Tussauds
7th Grade Trip
Pershing 6th Graders Use ELA and Art to
6th Graders Give Thanks!
6th Graders Visit P.S.160 for
6th Grade Buddy Read
Where Parents Work with Their Kids
Robotics "STEM"Robotics "STEM"
Congratulations to the Class of 2016!
STUDENTS PRESENT THEIR WORK AT DESIGN EXPO 16On Saturday, June 18th, twenty students from IS 220 went to the Center for
Architecture in Manhattan to present their building designs to a panel of
architects and architecture students. This year’s students created designs for
a Parks Department. The final teams were selected to bring their work to the
Center where they took turns presenting their models and their sales talk. The
panelists were impressed by the level of work by our students. Students were
given certificates from the center to acknowledge their commitment to this
demanding project. Thanks to Ms. Valdinoto and Mr. Mosher for taking the time
to make this program possible for our students.
District 20 Art
District 20 Art
6th Grade ELA Celebration!
The 6th grade is enjoying reading The Lightening Thief and they were treated to a theatrical performance at Pershing!
The Language Project
Science Family Night
Our Precious G.E.M. Group
6th Grade ELA Metamorphosis!
6th Grade ELA students at John J. Pershing are reading Touching Spirit Bear by Ben Mikaelsen which focuses on the conflict of character versus nature. The ELA 6th Grade teachers purchased a cup of five caterpillars and food. After approximately seven days, the caterpillars stopped eating on the floor of the cup and climbed to the top. They attached themselves to hang upside down and transform into chrysalides. Students then watched as the amazing change took place and the caterpillar parts inside the chrysalis gradually liquefied and reformed into beautiful butterflies! Teachers and students had a release celebration in the school yard.
7th grade students at John J. Pershing are reading A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park and decided to participate in the Iron Giraffe Challenge to raise money to build clean water drinking wells in the areas of the South Sudan that are stricken by a lack of natural resources. In addition, students read about the water crisis in the United States and decided to donate half of the money raised to the American Red Cross.
Relay For Life Dance 2016
Science Fair Winners - February 2016
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