Become Principal for the Day, hone your culinary skills with Ms Mistretta, learn to sail on the beautiful Hudson River, get your giggle on with Uncle Morty’s Clubhouse Puppet Show, break a sweat with a one week summer camp at GRIT, and SO MUCH MORE!!!
This Friday, May 7th the PS 16 Silent Auction will go LIVE at 6pm and run till Tuesday, May 11th at 6pm.
Reminder to register NOW to make the process easier once the auction is LIVE.
The auction is open to all, so feel free to share with Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, family and friends!
Congratulations to our second grade teacher, Mrs. Tiffany Kane, for being recognized as Teacher of the Year!! Mrs. Kane wanted to be a teacher from a very young age and is proud to call Cornelia F Bradford PS 16 home. She has always enjoyed helping others learn and grow.
“Mrs. Kane is the best teacher. She is nice and helps us learn in a fun, good way. She is very organized. Mrs. Kane got caterpillars for our class so we are all excited. My favorite thing about Mrs. Kane is she helps me when I don’t understand something.” – Aisling Kerr (Room 201 Mrs. Kane)
Congratulations to Mr. Thomas Cappoli, Educational Services Professional of the Year! Mr. Cappoli is the teaching aide in Kindergarten Room 101. Affectionately known as “Mr. C” he is known for making figurines from aluminim foil in the cafeteria! He is always eager to help and is well loved by all the children at PS16.
Congratulations to all our students who participated in the first annual PS16 Read-A-Thon! Our participating students read for 58,132 minutes!!
Mrs. Talalai’s Fourth Grade student, VS Revanth Bitra, was our schools top reader. He was followed closely by Fifth Grader Mihika Date from Mrs. DeStasio’s class. Both students will be rewarded with a gift card and book.
A special mention must go to first grade student, Kaya Demirel, from Ms. Vittal’s class. Kaya did a fantastic job at exceeding his sponsorship goals and is recognized as the “Top Earner” for the Read-A-Thon. Keya will also be rewarded with a gift card and book.
Thank you to all our students who participated and helped raised money for our school!
The PS16 Girl Scouts have continued their goals of safely selling Girl Scout Cookies, cooking with monthly Bambino Chef virtual cooking classes & enjoying great books from WORD bookstore to enhance our reading.
We look forward to continuing our journey as Girl Scouts and finding positivity and continued growth!
Due to our school building being closed, we have been unable to conduct our regular Cornelia Bradford after school classes. We know how much our students benefit from the enrichment opportunities at PS16 and this has encouraged us to adapt . Our parent council has worked with our teachers to create a 5 – week online virtual program filled with a multitude of fun learning activities. Classes will begin on Monday February 22nd and will run through Friday March 26th.
Understanding that these are challenging times for all of us, the parent council has chosen to significantly reducethe typical surcharge normally included in the running of these programs to cover our administrative and insurance costs. ($20 per club)
We sincerely hope that resuming our after school enrichment program will help our PS16 families keep the children engaged with their favorite instructors, as many of us continue to work from home and adjust to the new normal. We are very excited by the wide range of classes available. Registration for classes will begin on Sunday February 7th at 4pm.
Please find the offered classes and prices below. For your convenience the clubs offered have been broken down by grade level. Our classes will run for 45 minutes. Please register your children according to their grade level.
Today 16 of our students competed in the final rounds of our school spelling bee championships. These students had already battled their way through their classroom spell off to make it to this point. Going into this final round they all knew that the words they would be expected to spell would be challenging and would consist of words they had never seen before. Every great spelling bee begins with studied words from provided lists but they always end with words that haven’t been studied. We are proud to say that each one of our students more than met the challenge and exceeded all expectations.
Our teachers, Ms. Golombos and Mrs. Destasio, officiated todays spelling bee under very different circumstances than they are accustomed to. We thank them for all their time and effort in helping make the spelling bee a success. Today was a long day, for our officiators and our students. We are proud of you all.
Congratulations to our 2021 PS16 Spelling Bee Champion, 5th grader Shyla Singal (Room 304)! We wish you much luck as your move on to represent PS16 at the Hudson County Spelling Bee.
We also congratulate 2nd place winner, 4th grader Vedant Hamirwasia (Room 307) and 3rd place winner, 4th grader Anshuman Bagaria (Room 306) !