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Learning From Sandy

Students displaced from their school by Hurricane Sandy learn how changes to barrier islands and the tides increased the storm's intensity.

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Full Staff Workshop

Lefferts Gardens Charter School staff work together and gain the content and confidence to utilize two field study sites in Prospect Park during upcoming school year.

Ingredient Survey

Healthy Snack Project

Focusing on healthy food choices Benjamin Bannaker High School students set out to create recipes and publish a menu for snacks that can be made for less than $3.

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Write a Magazine!

Elementary students study the evolution of NYC building types, map their own carbon footprint and develop a magazine to share with their community.

CityScience is committed to raising the quality of science education and supporting environmental stewardship. By using the natural and built environments of cities as laboratories for active learning, we transform teaching to make science relevant and engaging for PreK-8 students.

What's Happening

An Environmental Education Expo to be held Wednesday, October 15, 2014 from 4:30PM to 7:00PM, located in NYU's Kimmel Center at 60 Washington Square South.

I know for me, learning science in the summertime was important. Marqueesha G. 18