Service Projects

Juneteenth 

Principal Marshall, AP Witherspoon, and AP Augustin representing colors for Juneteenth

Happy Freedom Friday for our Juneteenth celebration!
 
"President Biden signed a bill establishing June 19 as Juneteenth National Independence Day, a holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. Juneteenth is now the 11th federal holiday!
 
Although we are celebrating freedom, let's continue to commit to the fight for racial justice in all aspects of American life. Freedom has impacted my life because as a child of immigrants, I had opportunities that my parents did not have which has shaped my appreciation for education.
 
Freedom for me means opportunity."
- Ms. Marshall
 
Staff picture in main office representing colors for Juneteenth.
 
Ms. Bell, Ms. Marshall, and Dean Bratton representing Juneteenth colors!  Ms. Rivera, Ms. Nicole, and Ms. Jakes representing Juneteenth colors!  Ms. Rivera, Ms. Marshall, Mr. Williams, and Ms. Jakes representing Juneteenth colors!

P.S./I.S.45K Garden of Hope

Students plant their first tree at the PS/IS 45 Garden of Hope5th grade students plant their first tree at the PS/IS 45K Garden of Hope.

Our first tree at the Garden of Hope is planted to honor the memory of Amyelin Pinzon, our 1st grade angel that passed away this year.
 
This garden also represents our students, the kids at hope who are the hope for our future and our world. In addition, we will giving a plant to each of our classes to nurture and grow. This effort has really touched the hearts of our school community, showing how one act of kindness to spread love in our community and also benefits our planet!
 
How did the Garden of Hope Start?
Our staff Ms. Davis , Ms. Edwards , Ms. De La Cruz , and Ms. Gonzalez have teamed up to create "the Garden of Hope." The first tree will be planted in our school yard by "The B Team" staff, Ms. Beatriz, Ms. Brittman, Ms. Burgos, Dean Bratton, Ms. Bell and our 5th grade classes!
 
How can I help?
Pick up a plant/seed at school on Tuesday April 27th & Wednesday April 28th to take care of or plant in your home.
 

Other ways we celebrated Earth Day:

PS/IS 45K Celebrates Earth Day
 
 
6th Grader, Alexa Restituyo, is urging everyone to stop hurting the Earth by recycle6th Grader, Alexa Restituyo, is urging everyone to stop hurting the Earth by recycle
 
3K Celebrates Earth Day
3K Students celebrate our Earth by showing off personalized artwork!
 
2nd Grade's class plant named Bunny.2nd Grade Class Plant Bunny. 
 
Pre K learning how to plant plants!Pre K learning how to plant plants!
Pre K students Learning how to plant plants!
 
 
4th Grade poems on ways we can protect our Earth.
 

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Past Panther Projects

P.S./I.S. 45K Celebrates Heart Healthy Month

28 Days Toward a Healthy Heart Try one of these tips each day for a month, then keep up the momentum and make your favorites part of your regular routine.  Day 1 Call a friend and join the #OurHearts movement. Day 2 Make a hearthealthy snack. Day 3 Schedule your annual physical. Discuss your heart health goals with your doctor. Day 4 Squat it out. Do 1 minute of squats. Day 5 Sport red today for National Wear Red Day. Day 6 Make today a salt-free day. Use herbs for flavor instead of salt. Day 7 Visit Smokefree.gov to take the first step to quitting smoking. Day 8 Get your blood pressure checked. Day 9 Walk an extra 15 minutes today. Day 10 Aim for 30 minutes of physical activity today. Day 11 Plan your menu for the week with hearthealthy recipes. Day 12 Reduce stress using relaxation techniques. Day 13 Give the elevator a day off and take the stairs. Day 14 Protect your sweetheart’s heart: Plan a hearthealthy date. Day 15 Swap the sweets for a piece of fruit for dessert. Day 16 Stress less. Practice mindful meditation for 10 minutes. Day 17 Head to bed with enough time to get a full 7-8 hours of sleep. Day 18 Add a stretch break to your calendar to increase your flexibility. Day 19 Eat vegetarian for a day. Day 20 Share a funny video or joke that makes you laugh. Day 21 Dance for 15 minutes to your favorite music. Day 22 Call a relative and ask about your family health history. Day 23 March in place during commercial breaks to get your heart going. Day 24 Get a tape measure and find out the size of your waist. Day 25 Ask a family member or neighbor to join you for a walk. Day 26 Fill half of your lunch and dinner plates with vegetables. Day 27 See how many push-ups you can do in 1 minute. Day 28 Pay it forward and tell a friend about The Heart Truth®.
PS/IS Service Project Committee is asking you to make a donation to the American Heart Association in recognition of Heart Healthy Month.

Make a donation today through the month of February on behalf of P.S./I.S. 45K to the American Heart Association.
 
For more information, click here: https://www.heart.org/
 
 
 
 
 
Panther Toy Drive Flyer

Panther Jingle Jangle

Computer Science Education Week

Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) is an annual, nationwide event that started in 2009 to raise awareness about the need for computer science education for all learners and highlight its importance in 21st-century careers. This year it’s celebrated the week of December 7th.

 
Computer Science Week for All 12/7-12/13
 
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Save the dates!
October 22nd, and 23rd, 2020
Continuing our school tradition with Breast Cancer Walk every October, please wear PINK on October 22nd and 23rd to promote Breast Cancer Awareness.
 

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Fundraiser Banner

 

Please join us in fighting for breast cancer patients, survivors, and their families by participating in our local Making Strides Against Breast Cancer fundraiser.

 

Our school goal is to raise $1,000 by the end of October! We can do it, yes, we can!

 

Please use the link below to contribute to our school team.

 

https://secure.acsevents.org/site/TR?team_id=2546633&pg=team&fr_id=97575&s_locale=en_US&et=rvBLY-Qn2Pa1LUgFMjeVjQ&s_tafId=2319205 

Students receiving toys from our 2020 December Panther Toy Drive.