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  • REAL TALK Parent Info Session

    Join our Real Talk Parent Info Session today at 5 pm. 

    Special Presentation from our TITLE 1 PAC Committee-

    Fun Family Fitness Night!

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  • REAL TALK Parent Info Session

    Join our Real Talk Parent Info Session today at 5 pm. 

    Special Presentation from our TITLE 1 PAC Committee-

    Fun Family Fitness Night!

    PS 160 (11X160) - The Walt Disney School
  • REAL TALK - Title 1 PAC Family Event

    Join our Real Talk Parent Info Session today at 5 pm. 

    Special Presentation from our TITLE 1 PAC Committee-

    Fun Family Fitness Night!

    https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89686383812?pwd=TGlNS3UwNUNQUDdNRjBqRVlMemV2dz09

    Meeting ID: 896 8638 3812
    Passcode: 675525

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  • REAL TALK Parent Info Session

    Join our Real Talk Parent Info Session today at 5 pm. 

    Special Presentation from our TITLE 1 PAC Committee-

    Fun Family Fitness Night!

    PS 160 (11X160) - The Walt Disney School
  • REAL TALK Parent Info Session

    Join our Real Talk Parent Info Session today at 5 pm. 

    Special Presentation from our TITLE 1 PAC Committee-

    Fun Family Fitness Night!

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Announcements

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    June's Calendar

    June's calendar can be found under our CoVid 19 Blended Learning page.

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    Latest Family Letter From Chancellor Porter - 2021-2022 School Updates

    Please read the latest letter from our Madame Chancellor Meisha Porter regarding our upcoming 2021-2022 school year. 

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    Bronx Exec. Superintendent - Discussion Talks Focus on Language Access

    Bronx Exec. Superintendent Presents Discussion Talks - Focus On Language Access

    Join central and borough staff to develop a plan to bring equity through language access to our parents, parent leaders and families.

    May 17th, English

    May 18th, Spanish

    May 19th, Arabic

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    Summer Rising - NYC DOE Summer School Program

    Please read below how to sign up and be a part of the NYC DOE's Summer programming - Summer Rising!

     

    Program Overview

    • Summer Rising will be available throughout the City to every New York City student  .
    • All programs will be run by local school leaders and trusted community-based organizations.
    • Summer Rising programs are full day and in-person experiences
    • All programs will create a bridge back to school in the fall and give parents peace of mind as they return to work.
    • The environment will be safe and supportive. Staff members are prepared to respond to children’s social and emotional needs.
    • Summer programs will offer academic support, arts, recreation, and social-emotional support.
    • There will be local field trips to parks, pools, and other enriching outdoor venues that are educational and in accordance with State health and safety guidelines.
    • Breakfast, lunch, and a snack will be served to each student.

    Summer Rising Calendar

    Grades K–5
    • July 6 to August 20 (except July 20)
    • Monday–Friday
    • 8 a.m.–6 p.m.
     

    Registration

    Kindergarten to Grade 8

    We are excited to bring many children back full-time into a school setting. Summer Rising programs will operate in hundreds of DOE buildings, giving students safe and supervised experiences in their neighborhood. Most students will be able to attend a program in their home building!

     

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    NYC SCHOOL ACCOUNTS - Everyone should have one!

    Parents- Everyone Should Have Their NYC School Account set up! Your account is where you will see your child's academic information and all CoVid School Community  Updates populate to your child's NYC School Account. 

    Parents if you do not have a NYC Schools Account, please  check your child's ps160.org email. If you did not receive an email that means you already have an established NYC Schools Account. Just click on the higlighted NYC Schools Account link below. 

    I have attached to loom videos to help assist parents in 1) Setting up an Account 2) Where to access report card info once in the account.  Please contact me at kgray6@schools.nyc.gov if you need assistance. 

    Did you know that you can track your child’s education on any computer, phone, or tablet? The NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) is an app that lets you see your student’s grades, attendance, fitness results, schedule, and more from anywhere and in all DOE languages: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Urdu. Get started right now!

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    Important Contact Information

    School Contact Information : Please note do not use the waltdisney.org emails , they will not work.  

    Mrs. L. Baker, Principal- lbaker3@schools.nyc.gov

    Mrs. K. Washington, Asst. Principal- kwashington15@schools.nyc.gov

    Mrs. K. Gray, Parent Coordinator- kgray6@schools.nyc.gov  Remote Learning  Phone #: 845 875 9234 ( Please call this number to speak to a live person- Please leave a message if  the call  goes to voicemail)

    Parent Coordinator-Parent 411
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    MMCC- Afterschool Program ( A Hybrid Program )

    Hi Parents- 

    Our MMCC afterschool program is offering a hybrid program for our students. If you would like your child to participate in the MMCC program  please fill out the attached the application. 

    Please email your applications to Ms. Erica at: errodriguez160@gmail.com

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    School Menus-

    Parents- Please click the link below to view the following school menus:

    Breakfast 

    Lunch Express Meals

    Meals to Go ( Remote Lunch)

    https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-life/food/menus

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    Student Gmails & Virtual Emergency Contact Cards

    Returning Parents if you need your child's gmail account information please click here: Parent Information Request Link

    Please click on the link provided below and fill out your child's Emergency Contact Form.  If you have more than one child we are asking for all of their information to be placed on one form. 

    Virtual Emergency Contact Form

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  • Please Read The Latest Family Letter From Madame Chancellor Porter

    Please read the attached Family Letter celebrating Asian/Pacific American Heritage month and great resources for families.

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  • The Latest School Community CoVid19 Updates

    Please click on the attached file to view the latest CoVid 19 Testing Updates for our school community. 

    Parents, just a reminder if you have your NYCSA you will receive updates and alerts to the email attached to your account. 

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  • The 1st Official Family Letter From Our Newly Appointed Chancellor

    Please read the attached family letter from our newly appointed Madame Chancellor Meisha Ross Porter. 

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  • Parent 411 - April Newsletter

    Please read our Parent 411 Newsletter - What's Happening At The Walt Disney Magnet STEAM School?   Click Here To View:https://www.smore.com/tde2c 

    Highlights:

    Summer Rising- NYC DOE Summer Program

    Equity Conversations: #STOPASIANHATE  & The George Floyd Verdict

    CEC Elections

    Upcoming Events

     

     

     

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  • The Latest Updates For Families From The Chancellor's Office

    Parents please click on the provided file to view the latest Update To Families from Chancellor Carranza.

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  • Latest Covid 19 Update for our school- Jan. 25, 2021

    Please read the attached letter with the latest parent information regarding CoVid 19 School Community updates.

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  • Black History Event Telling Our story

    Please read the latest family update from Chancellor Carranza. 

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  • Parents- VERY IMPORTANT Please fill out your lunch forms (Family Inquiry Form) ASAP

    Each school year we ask families to fill out the Family Income Inquiry Form, which is a key factor in determining whether our school is eligible to receive Title 1 and other funding. For example, Title 1 provides resources for programs and services to eligible schools. By submitting this form, you can help ensure that funding for your child's school is properly calculated for these resources. Please click on the link below.

    myschoolapps.com

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  • Supporting Our Youth

    Join Andy King as he supports our youth! We are so proud as one of our former students, Dajon Reid takes the charge as a youth leader in the community.

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  • Final Days to Apply to Kindergarten

    Steps to Applying to Kindergarten     Please click on the link provided to view the steps to apply for Kindergarten. 

    Here is the link where you apply for your MySchools Account MySchools Account

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Getting To Know Us... The Walt Disney Magnet STEAM School

STEAM - Collaborative Research

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    The Power of Inspiration: 4th Grade Poetry

     As Lonnie Bunch, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution and founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, once said, “There is no more powerful force than a people steeped in their history. And there is no higher cause than honoring our struggle and ancestors by remembering.”

    STEAM
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    Each One Teach One; “We share what we’ve learned with you”

    Fourth grade students support third grade students with math.

    STEAM
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    NYC Park Rangers- Ecosystem

     

     
    The students learned about the Ecosystem, the complex of living organisms, their physical environment, and all their interrelationships.
    STEAM
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    Exemplars -" A powerful performance material for developing critical thinking, reasoning and communication skills in mathematics."

      Students work with a partner to develop their high-order thinking skills.

    STEAM
  • Web of kindness

    Third grade shows kindness toward one another.

    STEAM
  • Peer Teaching

     

    Peer teaching is a method by which one student instructs another student.  The benefit is peers and students share a similar discourse, allowing for greater understanding.  "Research also indicates that peer learning activities typically yield the following results for both tutor and tutee: team-building spirit and more supportive relationships; greater psychological well-being, social competence, communication skills and self-esteem; and higher achievement and greater productivity in terms of enhanced learning outcomes."

    STEAM
  • Library checkout encourages reading

    STEAM
  • Collaborative Learning

    Learning Collaboratively Helps Students


     
    Students have
    the opportunity to work and collaborate together to learn and grow from each other. Collaborative learning has been shown to not only develop higher-level thinking skills in students, but boost their confidence and self-esteem as well.

    STEAM
  • Why Research?

    Research help students improve reading skills. It helps students develop critical thinking and reasoning skills as they collect sources for their writing.

    STEAM
  • New York City’s Water System

    The students learned how New York City gets its water from reservoir to tap. They also as engineers constructed model aqueducts.

    STEAM
  • STEAM Challenge

    Students worked with a partner to build the longest chain, using one piece of construction paper.

    STEAM
  • Properties of Matter-Invisible Ink

    The students learned how to write a secret message using lemon juice. Lemon juice is an acidic and weakens paper. When the paper is heated, the remaining acid turns the paper brown and reveals the message. 

    STEAM
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PS 160 Virtual Art Exhibition 2019 - 2020

Our STEAM Focus

Science: kids playing with play-doh  Technology: girl using iPad to code  Engineering: little ones playing with blocks  Art: boy making art project  Mathematics: girl writing down homework