BSGE’s school building will be closed to public access from July 3 to August 21. We will have office hours at Frank Sinatra School for the Arts, July 6 to July 31, from 8am – 12pm.
Your time is valuable so please call or email and wait for a reply before coming to the office during the summer. We will not be in our regular building in July therefore some requests may require advance notice.
Frank Sinatra School of the Arts: 35-12 35th Ave, Queens, NY 11106, (718) 361-9920
Summer Assignment for Rising Seniors
Create a photo series: Take a minimum of 50 new and original photos (you may use your phone) that connect to your continuing theme investigation. This includes multiple angles of the same subject. Submit 25 photos on Google classroom by the end of July. We will edit down in class and work with your best photos. The end project for this Unit will be 12 edited photos that work together visually and thematically. More…
10th Grade Summer Assignment for 11th grade
This is the beginning of choosing our 11th grade IB investigation. Think about the genres we talked about in class and how you would narrow it down to your specific filter. More…
SUMMER READING ASSIGNMENT FOR THE CLASS OF 2019
Much research indicates that if you read during the summer, you are more likely to do better academically during the school year. We want you to read a great deal. We also want you to read a few books more carefully, using the strategies you have been practicing in your classes all year long. More…
HELP CHEER ON YOUR 2017 DIVISION CHAMPIONS
Lady Sting Softball VS. Frank Sinatra HS (Round 1)
Tuesday, May 23, 2017, 4 pm @ Big Bush Park Field 1
Students Replace Graffiti on Overpass With Mural Showing Neighborhood Map
QUEENS — A mural featuring a neighborhood map will soon replace graffiti tags covering the walls of an old Long Island Rail Road overpass on the border of Forest Hills and Rego Park.
The mural was designed by a group of high school students attending The Baccalaureate School for Global Education in Astoria, who are currently painting it on Fleet Street, between Thornton Place and Alderton Street.
The school requires its 11th graders to complete a project that would show their creativity and also engage local community, the group said.
Read the complete article: https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20170413/rego-park/neighborhood-map-mural-fleet-street-graffiti-queensway
We are looking forward to seeing everyone at tonight’s CAS night! Peter Wilson will give a brief overview of the Creativity, Activity, and Service (CAS) program, a requirement of all IB diploma candidates. But more importantly, tonight affords a wonderful opportunity to see the actual projects completed by our seniors and discuss their individual CAS experiences. 10th and 11th grade students and their families are required to attend. We think this is a great program for all our parents.
(We will also be forming our Nominating Committee for our June 6th PTA/SLT election.)
See everyone tonight at 6:30!
Nancy and Cecilia
BSGE PTA Co-Presidents