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More Children’s Programs Cut by Mayor Bloomberg, Statement by The Children’s Aid Society

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Contact:  Anthony Ramos, (w) 212-949-4938, (c) 917-204-8214, anthonyr@childrensaidsociety.org

2015 Golf Classic Contest Winners

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2014 Golf Classic Contest Winners

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Children's Aid Society College Prep Charter School

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1919 Prospect Avenue
Bronx, NY 10457

Telephone: (347) 871-9002
Grade levels: K-1
District: 12

The Children's Aid Society

Community School Director: Miguel Balbuena

C.S. 211 The Bilingual Magnet School

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1919 Prospect Avenue
Bronx, NY 10457

Telephone: (718) 901-0436
Grade levels: PreK-8
District: 12

Department of Education

Principal: Betty Gonzalez-Soto

The Children's Aid Society

Community School Director: Frank Quinones

P.S. 50 Clara Barton

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1550 Vyse Avenue
Bronx, NY 10457

Telephone: (347) 821-4234
Grade levels: PreK-5
District: 12

Department of Education

Principal: Kimberly Nohavicka

The Children's Aid Society

Community School Director: Gregoria Feliciano

2015 Camp and Open House Dates

2016 Camp Dates

Tuesday, July 5 - Friday, August 19
Flexible weeks are available!

 

Tour the Campus!

Open House Dates:

Tours are offered at 12pm on the following dates:

Saturday, March 26, 2016
Saturday, April 9, 2016
Saturday, April 23, 2016

 

For more information

Contact Katie LiVolsi

Campaigns for E-Cigarettes Borrow From Tobacco’s Heyday (12/05/12)

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IT has been decades since American consumers could watch cigarette commercials, which once filled the airwaves with pitches for brands like Camel, Chesterfield, Kool, Lucky Strike, Pall Mall, Viceroy and Winston. Now, they can watch cigarette spots again, to an extent: the smokes being advertised are electronic rather than made from tobacco.

Marketers of e-cigarettes are introducing campaigns that echo the traditional appeals for tobacco cigarettes in both content and media placements.

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