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Creative Arts & Enrichment

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Students in Grade 2 enjoy yearlong swimming lesson at Asphalt Green.  Students learn how to swim in   deep water swimming by experienced coaches. 
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Students engage in visual arts residencies with Arts for Fall and Theatro Sea where they tap into their creative side and learn new skills.
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Third Street Music School provides music classes for grades 1-5. Grade 1 and 2 learn music appreciation and some instrumentation, grades 3 and 4 learn drumming, and grade 5 learns Chorus.  Bilingual Birdies provides fun language learning through music for Pk and K.
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Students in grade 5 learn theatre arts in partnership with Rosie's Theatre Kids. Students also enjoy Theatre performances during and after school performed by Theatro Sea.
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Students in grades 3-5 participate in soccer after-school and compete in the the District 1 Soccer tournaments.
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We provide our students the best of what our own faculty has to offer as well as the expertise of some of NYC’s finest cultural partners. Beginning in November, students join together weekly in interest-based Urban
Seekers clusters of their choosing. They explore a topic and develop a multi-disciplinary project which may include social action projects that have an impact on the community.
Urban Seekers is based on the School-wide Enrichment Model (SEM) developed by Joseph Renzulli (Renzulli,1977; Renzulli & Reis, 1985, 1997). It is an enrichment program for academically gifted and talented students.  PS 15 has extended this program across the school to develop the strengths and talents of all students. SEM provides enriched learning experiences by: developing talents in all children; providing advanced-level enrichment experiences; and providing advanced follow-up opportunities based on students’ strengths and interests.

Check out our fall Urban Seekers cluster video share highlighting the social action projects our students took on!

Here are some of the interest-based taught by our faculty: