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Around the UFT
Around the UFT | September 4, 2014 >>
New York Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson wowed students and adults alike with his talk about the importance of education, helping others and being responsible with one’s finances at a three-day financial literacy summer camp for public school students hosted by the UFT.
UFT members and families turned out in force for two minor league baseball games in the early summer days of June, chomping on hot dogs and burgers while representing the union and its initiatives.
“You make us all so proud,” UFT President Michael Mulgrew told the 12 New York City public school teachers named Big Apple Award winners for their teaching excellence at a June 19 celebration on the lawn of Gracie Mansion.
Crowds lining Fifth Avenue for the 2014 NYC Pride March on June 29 cheered the 100 UFT participants who carried the union banner, wore specially designed T-shirts and whistled for attention.
It was an exceptional Teacher Appreciation Day at PS 53 in the Bronx on June 5, when educators gathered in the school cafeteria to enjoy a catered lunch.
Two ribbon-cuttings in June illustrated just how far PS 188 in Coney Island has rebounded from Hurricane Sandy, which forced the school to shut down for more than a month in late 2012.
From a Puerto Rican salsa to an African step dance, cultures around the world were represented at the annual multicultural celebration at PS 299 in Bushwick.
Mel Aaronson, the UFT’s longtime treasurer and a trustee of the Teachers’ Retirement System, was awarded the Jeannette DiLorenzo Lifetime Achievement Award at the Italian American Committee Award Dinner.
PS 100, in South Brooklyn, on June 3 opened its new UFT Teacher Center, the product of a strong working relationship between Chapter Leader Joanne Bullaro, Assistant Principal Tabatha Romano and Principal Katherine Moloney.
It was a “Thriller” of an evening for Transit Tech Career and Technical Education HS in Brooklyn on June 11, when a full auditorium of students, staff and family members was treated to a student performance of “Unstoppable: A Tribute to the Jackson Family.”
Teachers who coach in addition to other responsibilities celebrated the end of anothr year's work and gave out awards to members of the New York City Coaches Association/UFT on June 13.
Sixty-one schools across the city were honored for making strides in creating healthier school environments for their students over the past school year at the New York City Excellence in School Wellness Award Ceremony.
Students from Staten Island’s PS 50 and Gravesend’s PS 95 brightened the halls and patients’ lives at two local hospitals by donating their artwork as part of this year’s Art of Giving project.
Nearly every paraprofessional in District 5, Manhattan — 143 out of a total of 150 — turned out for their third annual Paraprofessional Professional Development Day on June 5.
Every New Yorker is a boricua for the annual Puerto Rican Day Parade, and the UFT was well-represented on June 8.
Adam Kinory, an English as a second language teacher at School of the Future in Manhattan, always thought teachers could facilitate their own professional development if only they had a little paid time and a good book to guide them. Four years ago, that vision became a reality.
It was a chance to honor the great work that had won them accolades from parents and to share what makes great educators tick, as this year’s Blackboard Awards were celebrated on June 2 in the packed auditorium of children’s book publisher Scholastic in Greenwich Village.
The school community at IS 24 on Staten Island came together on May 9 to show their love and appreciation for Teresa Castellano, a paraprofessional who died this past fall.
UFT Veterans Committee members again paid tribute to America’s veterans by participating in the annual Memorial Day wreath-laying ceremony at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial at Water Street in lower Manhattan on May 21.