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November 7, 2013, Canarsie Courier-  "Ravens Kids Show Off Their Halloween Costumes"

Children from the Raven’s School, located at 1102 East 92nd Street, celebrated Halloween by dressing up in a variety of colorful costumes. The kids, excited to show off their outfits, paraded around the block wearing everything from Superhero costumes, like Superman, Batman and Spiderman to other popular characters such as Thomas the Train and Minnie Mouse. The staff at the Raven School said it’s their way of showing the children how to safely enjoy the holiday. 

 

 

 

April 4, 2013, Canarsie Courier- "Neighborhood Kids Welcome Spring"

After a long, cold winter, spring is finally here. To welcome spring and beautify the area, a group of neighborhood children planted flowers and veggies in a garden on East 92nd Street near Glenwood Road. The kids are anxiously waiting for their flowers to grow and are looking forward to eating veggies with their lunch.

 

 

 

June 15, 2013, The Canarsie Courier - "They're Raving About This Awesome School!"

 

"If you happened to pass Raven’s School at East 92nd Street and Glenwood Road on Saturday, you would have caught the colorful scene of children enjoying the beautiful day. The school hosted a special street fair for students, parents and its staff. Those interested in enrolling their youngsters in the Raven’s Summer Camp had an opportunity to learn about all the exciting programs available at the school. Registration for the summer camp, which runs from July 1st through August 16th, is taking place now! The camp operates from 7 in the morning until 6:30 every day and is open to children ages 4 through 12. Just call their school at 718-927-2316 for more information"

 

 

 

April 14, 2011, The Canarsie Courier- "Parents Trust Raven's Learning Center For Children's Need" 


 “There are 10 students or less in each of our classes so children receive individual attention and do better in their studies,” Callender said. “In fact, most of our students get accepted to gifted middle schools where they continue to excel.”