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The 2015 BREAD OF LIFE FOOD DRIVE:
Can you help us collect food for the needy?
The Bread of Life Food Drive is a food drive involving students, teachers, families, and friends from 125 schools, including ours.  The food drive will benefit people who’ve lost their jobs or benefits,senior citizens struggling to make ends meet, single mothers with infant children, victims of domestic violence, needy families and the homeless.

When does the drive take place?
The drive runs from Monday, March 16th thru Friday, March 27th, 2015.

What kinds of food are needed most?
Contributions of canned meats and fish, baby formula and baby cereal, all types of canned soups, vegetables, fruits and juices, pasta, canned tomato sauce or puree, rice, peanut butter, powdered milk and other kitchen essentials would be specially welcomed.

What can you do to help?
Contributions can be brought to the Main Site or North Shore Site any day between Monday, March 16, 2015 and Friday, March 27th, 2015
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On behalf of the recipient organizations, we thank you for your generosity and support.

 


 PARENT WORKSHOP:
Social Skills for Children with Autism


 

WHEN:          March 24th, 2015

TIME:            10:00am-12:00pm

WHERE:        P25R (CYO)

                     6581 Hylan Blvd., Staten Island, NY 10309

Parents and guardians of children with Autism are invited to attend. This workshop will examine the benefits of social play and leisure for children on the Autism Spectrum. 


Parents will gain insight to:

·   Identification of play/leisure goals

·   Identification of associated social skills;

·   Recognizing readiness for social skill integration;

·   Ways to utilize social skills taught in school to the home environment;

How peer interaction is beneficial to children on the Autism spectrum.


Presented by Thomasina Howe


Letter from Chancellor regarding Ebola
School Community Ebola.pdf

Student of the Month (December)




IS  7
                                  Joshua Irizarry

IS25                                  

IS75
                                  

Main Site                             Eddie Owens

P3 Annex                            
                              
P3 Main                              Nickolena Izzo
                            
Seaview Academy              Enrique Vazquez 

SIMH(South Shore)           

SIMH (North Shore)                

Workstudy                           


 Description: Description: BIG LEAP

Your students are amazing and their artwork is extraordinary!  Thank you all once again for your support of LeAp’s Public Art Program.    Have a great summer!     Congratulations again!

 All the best,

 Alexandra Leff

Deputy Director & Director of LeAp’s Public Art Program

Learning through an Expanded Arts Program (LeAp)





PS25R-Miss Jennifer Cacace's Class X12 Video - 2013-2014

Please click on the attached file below to view video:



ClassX12Video.htm

SAMUEL STERN AWARD:   Congratulations to Brandon Hernandez!



 The Samuel Stern Award nominating committee met on April 2 and selected a few students to be honored with a Samuel Stern Award on May 22, 2014.


U.S. Army: The U.S. Army joined our South Richmond High School students to a basketball game.  Our students were on their best game!  
Score: South Richmond HS 51 - 31 Army....

We applaud our U.S. Army Sergeant Reyes for supporting our students throughout the year!  He made this basketball game an unforgettable event by providing a DJ and keep the atmosphere as joyous and exciting as possible!  The students were giving the soldiers a workout!

Announcements

P25R is a special education school operating at different locations throughout Staten Island and is part of District 75, a citywide district which coordinates students with special needs.
Mission Statement
Our mission is to create programs that afford positive experiences for our students. The purpose is to provide opportunities that will enhance student performance as well as to move students toward A Least Restrictive Environment (LRE)
We provide multiple options to achieve LRE,specifically Day Treatment, Community Based Instructional Programs, Work Study and full time General Education Inclusion. We believe that all children have the potential to succeed.


Vision
Our Vision is to meet the standard academic, social and emotional needs within a safe, clean and nurturing school environment. We challenge students to reach their full potential by providing differentiated instruction throughout all curriculum areas and reward students success accordingly. We are committed to the mantra that no child will be left behind.

Principal: James McKeon


Fri, Apr 3 - Fri, Apr 10
Spring Recess
schools closed-students return Monday, April 13th
Monday, April 13
Students Return
Monday, May 25
Memorial Day
schools closed

Today, 3/28/2015
High: 42 Low: 22
Chance rain/snow
33% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 3/29/2015
High: 43 Low: 34
Sunny
5% chance of precipitation.