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World Renowned Violinist Julian Rachlin to Perform at P.S. 152

Tuesday, May 22, 2007 - 16:15

World famous violinist Julian Rachlin will perform for the children of P.S. 152, a Children’s Aid Society community school, on Tuesday, May 22 at 4:15 p.m. The violinist’s performance immediately precedes his appearances with the New York Philharmonic, on May 24 – 26.

C.S. 61 The Francisco Oller Campus

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1550 Crotona Park East
Bronx, NY 10460

Telephone: (718) 991-2719/8023
Fax: (718) 991-7555
Grade levels: PreK-5
District: 12

Department of Education

C.S. 61 Francisco Oller
Principal: Patricia A. Quigley
Grade level: PreK-5

The Children's Aid Society

Community School Director: Maria Lopez

Early Childhood Enrichment Workshop Nursery Alternative (Ages 2 1/2 - 5)

The Early Childhood Enrichment Workshop Programs for children ages 2 ½ - 5, are an alternative to a traditional nursery school or a way to extend the nursery school day. Each Workshop includes indoor and outdoor play, and a different enriching specialty daily. Note that online registration is not available for Enrichment Workshops and all families must visit the program prior to acceptance. Registration is for the full school year (September – December).

Project Adventure Workshops for Professionals

Each year, Project Adventure, Inc. runs workshops at Wagon Road Camp to train professionals in the use of adventure games, initiatives, low and high ropes course elements. Below you will find a calendar of these workshops and a link to Project Adventure for registration and more information.

Music & Art (26-32 months)

This class for older toddlers (ages 26 -32 months) combines music and movement with arts and crafts. Children’s creativity is explored with specialists in each field, and there is plenty of time for messy fun! The class also includes snack and story time. Classes are 75 minutes.

Music & Art Not Offered In The Summer

 

Fall 2104: September 8, 2014 - December 19, 2014

26-32mos.

Tues.    9:30-10:45

After-School Program

The Children’s Aid Society East Harlem Center after-school program provides school-age children (ages 5-10) with a diverse range of activities and services focused on the social, academic, physical, emotional and cognitive development of children. The after-school program provides a safe haven for many children by providing: positive social opportunities, homework help, sports and recreational activities, trips, cultural enrichment through arts and crafts, drama, dance, chorus, and prevention programs to support the healthy development of children.

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