On June 15th, 2017, five students from St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Academy stopped by the T.E.A.L. Community Center with their art teacher, Ms. Boggiano to view the beautiful window display they created to help raise awareness about ovarian cancer. Their handmade artwork makes use of the color teal, which is the color that symbolizes ovarian cancer. The work of these students helps bring more attention to the presence of T.E.A.L. Ovarian Cancer Community Center to the Windsor Terrace/Park Slope Community.
Our 5th Grade students worked on a Biography Book Report/Speech in April. They picked their own person to read and write about, assumed the identity of their person, dressed like him/her, and delivered a 1 to 2 minute speech about themselves.