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Shanza’s Internship: “Determination Creates Winners”

 My internship was interning at BCAL for the middle school program. During the internship I experienced many things. I learned a few things that I had never experienced before. Using the computers and software available I was able to learn laser cutting because of the software Rhino. Rhino is a 3D CAD modeling software  that […]

DISCRIMINATION/PERSPECTIVE: BCALHS Project Peace Journal 2016-17

<curated by Maham Qureshi>   DISCRIMINATION   Misunderstanding (Anathasia Mfum) I’m Misunderstood. People think I’m one way. But I’m not. People view one as a nuisance Because, I’m black. But I’m not. People degrade my culture, my style, and the way I live. Don’t know me, for who I really am, As they should…  Because […]

STAR Ms trip to Aviator Sports Complex

Our wonderful students at STAR Middle School were treated to some fun and excitement on their trip (Apr. 4, 2017) to Aviator Sports Complex. They had tons of fun participating in Rock Climbing activities and playing Basketball. As usual it was an awesome event. It allowed students to interact with their peers and staff alike […]

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STAR MS Students produce a documentary based on setting life goals!

  Students at STAR middle school rung in the new year by interviewing peers and BCCP staff about goals. Students were asked to write a series of SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely) goals for their lives – anything from schoolwork to family life to anything in between. Goals were set for the next […]

Happy Holidays from Project Peace @ IS291!

December is the month that prepares ourselves to slow down the routine, reflect on our hard work and look back at the challenges, victories, pitfalls and learning processes of the year. It is the time when it is almost inevitable to remember good experiences, learn about mistakes and get ready for the new adventures of the upcoming year… Bring […]

Erasmus Students: Battle for the Best Borough

Hip Hop’s Legendary Emcee Rakim says “It ain’t where you from it’s where you at” but students at Brooklyn’s own Erasmus High School battled to test that theory and see if it was true.  Students separated into five teams each representing a borough in NYC. David a.k.a Undakova introduced students to how to structure their […]

TeamWork makes the Dream Work

At Community Roots, when it comes to tutoring and homework help, our mantra is teamwork makes the dream work. The students usually dread doing their homeworks. They prefer to partake in all of the other fun activities such as robotics, studio, Maker lab, Visual Arts and etc… that BCCP continuously offer. However, homework help remain […]