P.S.188Q

Creative Writing Contest!

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Please write a short story for submission!

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Students in grades K-5 are eligible to participate!

  • Students in grades K-5 are eligible to participate!
  • The genre is Historical Fiction.
  • The story can be any length you choose.
  • The story can be hand-written (as neatly as possible) or typed.
  • Story elements to consider:
    • Mixture of real and fictional people and events.
    • Characters involved in a conflict or realistic problem for that time period.
    • Characters usually change as a result of a problem.
    • Intriguing plot that creates suspense.
    • Plot makes sense and has a solution.
    • Setting is a particular historical geographical location.
    • Time is a particular historical period.
    • Dialog is realistic.
    • Reflects the values and spirits of the time and culture.
    • Can be told in first-person or third-person voice.

Winners will be selected by Dr. Caraisco.

All entries due by February 29, 2016

Winners will be announced in March 2016.

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P.S. 188Q Creative Writing Contest for

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Winners

January 2016

 

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Constantine Jangarathis 1-203

Jerry Yang 2-217

Serah Han 3-216

Juliana Papadopoulos 4-313

Emma Chi 5-304

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Read-a-Thon Poster Contest

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Poster Contest Winners

K/1 Group: Zayn Islam K-107

2/3 Group: Jane May 2-303

4/5 Group: Matthew Chi 4-313

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Fantasy Winners

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Winners

December 2015

 

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Jimmy Qian K-106

Henry Zhao 1-204

Megan Gu 2-217

Rebecca Wang 3-216

Zareen Islam 4-316

Aron Lee 5-304

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Creative Writing Contest!

P.S.188Q

Creative Writing Contest!

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scoobyPlease write a short story for submission!

 

  • Students in grades K-5 are eligible to participate!
  • The genre is mystery
  • The story can be any length you choose.
  • The story can be hand-written (as neatly as possible) or typed.
  • Story elements to consider:
    • Characters are usually realistic, ordinary people.
    • Characters usually change as a result of a problem.
    • Place is imaginary but possible.
    • Must be believable.
    • Usually contains a problem or puzzling event for characters to resolve/solve.
    • Author usually uses foreshadowing or clues to tease the reader’s curiosity.
    • Dialog is realistic.
    • Can be told in first-person or third-person voice.

 

Winners will be selected by Dr. Caraisco.

All entries due by January 29, 2016

Winners will be announced in February 2016.

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November Student of the Month

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Student of the Month

November 2015

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PK-B8 SKYLER CHANG
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K-103 JUSTIN CHEUNG
K-104 BRANDON MARMOTT
K-105 DAVID MARTINEZ
K-105 ARIEL SHEMESH
K-106 TIFFANY LEI
K-107 ZAYN ISLAM
1-102 KONSTANTINOS KOSMIDIS
1-102 HANA WONG
1-202B LUCA CHI
1-203 ISABELLA DIMOPOULOS
1-203 KERIK LEUNG
1-204 JARON ONG
1-204 MIA PAANANEN
1-213 ETHAN HSIAO
1-213 DANIEL LI
1-213 LALITA SINGH
2-201 JEREMY SHIM
2-201 METHARA WICKRAMASEKERA
2-217 ZOEY LAM
2-217 ARIA MANNERING
2-303 LUCAS CHEN
2-303 SARA MA
2-303 ANNIKA PACHECO
2-317 ANTONIO GOMEZ
3-101 ASHLEY CHEN
3-101 JONATHAN CHOU
3-118 LOUIE CHEN
3-118 MIA FUREDI
3-216 REBECCA WANG
3-218 ARYANA CHENG
3-218 JAKE LAU
4-313 JULIANA PAPADOPOULOS
4-316 KATERINA SIRAKIS
4-318 JACOB BABAYEV
5-202A KEVIN RODRIGUEZ
5-301 LIAN NACHMAN
5-302 BENYAMIN SCHOLL
5-304 ALEXANDER DEMETRIADES

 

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Help Class 2-201 help save the Giant Panda from extinction.
Come to our bake sale on January 14, 2016.
A wide variety of baked goods will be for sale immediately following each lunch period.
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Toy Drive

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Student Council is hosting a Holiday Toy Drive. Let’s help put smiles on the faces of needy and hospitalized children by giving them a present during the holidays. You can participate by dropping off unwrapped new toys in the school lobby from December 1-December 15.

Thanks for your continued support. Student Council

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Spelling Bee!

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Tian Ching

Alex Aronov (2nd Place)

Oren Katz (3rd Place)

 

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Misha Petrovsky

Lei Chen (1st Place)

Sasha Vaynberg

 

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Lawrence Joa

Branton Ling

Matthew Kurniawan

 

Top 3 contestants move on to the District wide spelling bee!

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Exciting News!!!!

We are delighted to share that the work of 2 of our students has been selected  as the
District 26 Respect for All contest winners.
The winning selections are as follows:

 

Winning Poster

26Q188, Aurora Wang, 4th Grade

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 Winning Essay

26Q188, Rachel Li, 4th Grade


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