Monthly Archives: June 2015

Meeting Parents, Teachers, and Students at P.S. 119

  On Tuesday, June 16, Next Jump visited PS 119. PS 119 is a K-5th grade elementary school in the South Bronx. Our team visited the school before and they also participated in our Academy for Teachers earlier in the … Continue reading

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Meeting the Parents and Students at Martin Van Buren High School

On Monday, June 15, Next Jump visited the Martin Van Buren High School for the second time. The goal of this visit was to engage the parents and the students and learn more about their struggles. Our team met with … Continue reading

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P.S. 172 Beacon School Of Excellence

  P.S. 172 is one of the schools that participated in Next Jump’s Academy for Teachers in June. Below is a note we received from P.S. 172 presenting their thoughts and takeaways from this event: “P.S. 172 had the unique … Continue reading

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PS 119 The Dr. Emmett W. Bassett School Testimonial

PS 119 The Dr. Emmett W. Bassett School participated in Next Jump’s Academy for Teachers. Below are some of their thoughts and takeaways from this event. You can read the original post on the school’s blog, maintained by Joan L. … Continue reading

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PS9 Ryer Avenue Elementary School Testimonial

  After participating in our Academy for Teachers, the members of PS9 Ryer Avenue Elementary School were kind enough to send us their thoughts and takeaways in this heartwarming message: “As we entered the offices of Next Jump and toured … Continue reading

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Martin Van Buren High School Video Testimonial

In response to our Adopt-a-School Academy, held Thursday, June 4th, the participants from Martin Van Buren High School sent us this video, sharing some of their thoughts and ideas.

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Adopt-a-School Academy

  On Thursday, June 4th, Next Jump hosted an academy for members of the faculty of 4 schools: PS 9, PS 119, PS 172, and Martin Van Buren High School. During the 5 hour event, the attendees met the Next … Continue reading

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