Professional Development Workshops/Trainings/Webinar for NYC DOE Schools (we already have a vendor number), Non Public Schools, Community Based Organizations, and Parents from grades K-12.
Virtual Interactive Professional Development Workshops! See our professional development section under 'Programs'
*Special Education/SETSS services
*Student Support Services for Summer Rising,
summer camps, additional school programs, extra curricular activities and more!
Please visit Our Services page under 'Programs'.
Don't forget to inquire about our popular, effective anti-bullying workshop for your students! Please schedule your workshop with us today.
We are working with Columbia University School of Nursing PMHNP program to provide mental health services for our students and mental health workshops for parents and teachers.
New and Exciting Events
The Science Fair was a great success! The Linda School and the Cornish Foundation had a science presentation about helicopters. The students got a chance to fly remote helicopters and drones!! We, even, set up outdoor stations and one of them was to create water rockets
The 'Meet The Author' event sponsored by TeachKind was amazing!! The NYC DOE public and non public school students and their teachers enjoyed reading their book, meeting the author then eating delicious vegan sandwiches. We will help schedule more 'Meet The Author' events this fall.
School administrators are scheduling their schools for a robotic elephant presentation for this upcoming fall school year!
Exciting news for our middle school students, they just received their SynFrog to begin humane dissections.
Stay tuned for more events.
Teachers trained 130
Professional Developments/Workshops 280
Children and Families Served 1160
“My student was in promotion in doubt, and would have to repeat the grade, again. I have observed my student and she has shown growth in her reading level. I know Michelle Cornish has worked with my student and me to help her strengthen her skills in reading and writing. I see improvements in her assignments and participation. I was able to promote her to the next grade. " -Ms. C, Public school teacher in St. Albans.