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The Neighborhood School’s beloved Holiday Fair is back! On Sunday, December 15 from 11 am to 5 pm, join us to support a local public school and have a blast. Bring friends and family. There will be arts & crafts, face-painting, henna tattooing, a huge kid-built cardboard maze, and great food from neighborhood vendors. And check out the Artisan Fest where vendors will sell jewelry, artwork, clothes and more. This is a great (and cheap) way to have fun indoors with your kids on a chilly winter’s day; you can have a nosh to eat and shop for some great items while your kids run around playing and art-making with their friends.

Admission to the Holiday Fair is free, activities are low-cost, and it is open to the public.  

All proceeds from the Holiday Fair support the Neighborhood School PTA, a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization that pays for the school’s art and music education, field trips, classroom supplies, special programs, and teacher support. 

Wondering what a progressive public school in the East Village is like? Come check us out! 


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School Lunch Menus for December

To see individual options, please see the Alternative and Classic Menus on the DOE website.

Week of December 2:  Alternative  Menu Entrees

Week of December 9:  Classic Menu Entrees (12/9:  veggie tacos will also be served)

Week of December 16:  Alternative Menu Entrees

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Cookie Walk

cookie walk

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Coat Swap

It’s that time of year again and you may have found that you have winter coats to spare. 

Starting Monday December 2, we will bring back our TNS TAKE A COAT, LEAVE A COAT. Please leave clean coats, snow pants, and winter gear on the coat rack in the lobby (on hangers if possible). You do not need to leave anything to take something. Please label the sizes if they aren’t already marked. 

coat swap

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PTA Weekly Newsletter, December 02, 2019

The PTA weekly newsletter is here! TNS_Newsletter_12_2_19.pdf

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