It is with immense gratitude that we tell you we have raised over $2,500, and still raising! Our goal is to reach $5,000 and we think we can do so as soon as next week. With your help, we can
On the evening of July 7, 2017, we had our Each One Teach One Student Celebration and Awards Ceremony. Believe me when I say that it was a night we shall never forget. It honestly seemed the night grew in numbers.
As many of you know, April is not only the month of new blooms, unbearable allergies, and my birthday, but it is most definitely the month of poetry. Kids are coming in with poetry assignments and I–the poet–finally gets a chance
As Operations Coordinator (and sometimes blogger), I enjoy where I sit. I am the first to be greeted by the youngins because they have to punch in a code on my desk in order to get situated. I am also
We began our trip to the District Attorney’s Office with sight-seeing and shying away from the camera, which is a total shocker because not once did it occur to me that our wonderful, outspoken students were at all camera-shy.
The SAT: for most high school students it is the boogeyman, a scary test that they must endure if they want to go beyond high school. Most students would prefer to not think about the SAT, to pretend that it
At exactly 2:30PM on a Thursday, before any other student had arrived, Zeinab rushed into our center with nothing but a bright smile on her face and an award in her hand. “Look at THIS!,” she said, to all the
As Director of New York Math Academy (NYMA), I am happy to officially welcome you to our 2016-17 academic program year (now through our blog)! Our entire team is incredibly excited to be in our fifth year here at NYMA