Two CLS Schools become Magnet

Photo includes: Elected officials NYS Assembly Member Maritza Davila, Member of Congress Nydia M. Velazquez, First Deputy Chancellor Dorita Gibson, City Council Member Antonio Reynoso, and MSAP Recipients; Principals of PS 120K, PS 123K, PS/MS 157K, PS 196K and MS 582K.

The Interdistrict Consortium’s Magnet Schools Assistance Program (MSAP) grant established five schools in Community School Districts 14 and 32 as new magnetsm, two of the choosen schools are apart of the Community Learning Schools Inititive. This MSAP project is designed to engage students in authentic, real-world theme-related and STEAM experiences, and give educators access to high-quality professional learning that will improve student achievement.

PS 196 is now the Williamsburg Bridge Magnet School for Communication, Media, and The Arts  & MS 582 – Magnet School for Multimedia Technology and Urban Planning