March 14, 2016

Free: Romeo & Juliet at Williamsbridge Oval Recreation Center

FREE Performances for the Whole Family   DETAILS:  NYC Parks invites families across the city, as a part of its Arts, Culture & Fun program, to a free performance of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, presented by The Public Theater’s Mobile Unit. In some of the most romantic language ever written for the stage, young Romeo and Juliet become fortune’s fools when the ancient grudge between their families forces them to sacrifice all

Summer in the City: DOE Revamps Summer School

March 2016 Newsletter:   This summer, New York City public school students across all five boroughs will be able to take classes in City schools, including students who are not required to attend summer school, thanks to the Department of Education’s (DOE) new Summer in the City (SITC) initiative. SITC is a brand-new approach to summer school for students in grades 2-12, as it combines new curricula, college-level and STEM-oriented

Call for Entries: Young Scientist Challenge + STEM Activity Ideas

    If you’ve been a follower of Bronxmama for a while now, then you know we love to share STEM related opportunities and information for kids (we are the home of The Bronx High School of Science, after all!) . Especially being the mom of two girls, I am always happy to encourage my girls and support their interests- especially in the math and science fields. My oldest Briana