School Concert & Art Show

Dec 14 2007 - 7:00pm
Dec 14 2007 - 9:00pm
Bring your children at 6:30 and enjoy refreshments and shopping at the bookfair before the curtain rises at 7pm!

Educational Forum hosted by CPE I & II

Dec 11 2007 - 6:00pm
Dec 11 2007 - 8:00pm

Hear from experts about the progress reports & high stakes testing.

Childcare and spanish translator available-PLEASE ATTEND

School Closed - Thanksgiving Recess

Nov 22 2007 - 1:00pm
Nov 23 2007 - 1:00pm
Thanksgiving Recess

School Closed - Veterans Day

Nov 12 2007 - 1:00pm
Veterans Day

Picture Day

Nov 7 2007 - 9:00pm
Picture Day

School Closed - Election Day

Nov 6 2007 - 1:00am
Election Day

Fall Festival

Oct 27 2007 - 11:00am
Oct 27 2007 - 4:00pm

A Day of CPE 1 Family Fun!!


Fun and Safety go hand in hand - Please NO rollerblades, scooters or bikes.

Being a teacher: Catlin Preston, 1/2 Teacher

CIRCLING AROUND CPE My name is Catlin and I have joined the CPE 1 teaching community this year as the 1st-2nd grade classroom teacher. For the last five years I have been teaching 2nd grade in Hoboken, New Jersey at the Elysian Charter School.

I am really glad to be here at CPE 1 in part because I feel like I have been circling CPE 1 for a long time. When I first came to NYC after living in Brazil in 1999 I wanted to find out about teaching in public schools and how I could get involved. My mom’s friend had an ex-boyfriend from her growing up years. This ex-boyfriend’s wife worked in schools in NYC. My mom gave me the wife’s number; her name was Jane Andrias. I called her and asked about working in schools and she said she would send my resume to the district office so I sent it to her and that was that for about a year.

Being a teacher: Christine Han, 2/3 Teacher

As many, or all, of you know, this is my first year here at CPE 1 and my first year as a classroom teacher. As silly as it may seem, it is still strange when I tell people that I am a teacher. Why? Because, before I went to graduate school to get my degree in Elementary Education, teachers symbolized, to me, what it is to be a grown-up. Grown-ups are well-organized, they know lots of things, they are emotionally mature, and they generally know what to do in most situations. As I was beginning my student teaching, I thought, among many other things, “I don’t feel like a grown-up yet but when I’m a teacher, I’ll have to be a grown-up!”

Parent Tour

Nov 29 2007 - 9:00am
Nov 29 2007 - 12:59pm
Contact Beth Wood - 212 860 5821
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