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TPS is proud to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website. We are focused on preparing you for your future success. We encourage you to explore the new site which includes resources and information to help guide you along the way. Please visit often to stay up to date.
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Congratulations to Coach Thomas and the Double Dutch Team. TPS has done it again. We are the PSAL Double Dutch City Champs for the 6th year in a row!
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Shea Butter Mix Project - Phase 1
Ms. Backer's 7th grade students participated in a fundraising activity this year called the Shea Butter Mix Project. Student's utilized their knowledge of proportions to make enough shea butter for a specific number of people. This project also provided students with the knowledge of profit and loss.
Congratulations to the following students who were present in school EVERYDAY all year long with ZERO lateness!!
- Akinde, Oladayo
- Elliott, Shavar
- Hammond, Makesha
- Hammond, Michael
- Irizarry, Daymien
- Primola, Carlos
Congratulations to the following students who were present in school EVERYDAY from September 2016-June 2017!
- Drain, Jonathan
- Edwards, Akeem
- Garcia, Neferti
- Jean Louis, Jennifer
- Minter, Isaiah
- Prime, Shemar
- Sandy, Leah
- Small, Matthew
- Stephenson, Shanae
- Thomas, Kimari
- Wilson, Leonardo
Congratulations to the following students who earned an 80-89 during Term 2-Marking Period 5:
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|St. Bernard, Emmanuel||11||80.4|
|Constantine Jus, Carissa||11||85.2|
|Cole, Giovani G||9||
|Pena Dominiquez, Abigail||6||83|
Congratulations to the following students who earned a 90-95 during Term 2-Marking Period 5:
"My favorite memory of TPS are the teachers and how kind they are" Neferti Garcia, Class of '17 Photo Credit: Victor Parris
Career Day: May 24th, 2017
Career Day at Teachers Prep was a huge success this year. Twenty-two presenters including lawyers, flight attendants, cosmetologists, paralegals, FedEx, NAVY, ARMY, Military reps, educators, and future doctors, among others were in attendance to talk about how they arrived to their current career. Students asked great questions as they showed their enthusiasm and appreciation for learning about the different paths they could take in their future. The day started off with a light breakfast followed by presentations. Students got to see five to six different presenters and received raffle tickets for participating in discussions. The day continued with performances by TPS students including essay presentations by Isaiah Minter and Beres Lewis; a spoken word piece by Emmanuel St. Bernard and Brian Bascom, and a musical piece by Jirni Redding. The event concluded with a luncheon for all. Many thanks again to all of our guests, students and staff who helped make this day possible. Be sure to check out Jirni Reddings performance of "I'll Rise Up" in the video archive.
Shout out to the boys soccer team. They won their first game on 5/4/17 against Robeson by the final score of 8-3!
The Jr NBA team went 2-2 and we made it into the semifinals!
Photo Gallery: E.G.O. "The Brotherhood"
E.G.O. "The Brotherhood"
E.G.O. (Extraordinary Gentlemen Organization) is a leadership group, originally started by Mr. Torta, and is now facilitated by the male staff at TPS including alumni Lavon Cook and Vincent Deas. The group has agreed to open up their program to all students and have initiated the first four females as Coordinators who will help promote and organize events, as well as increase membership. They gather weekly on Wednesdays in room 305 from 2:45pm-4:00pm to discuss ways on how they can improve the school and community. There are plans in place to bring great things to Teachers Prep including Movie Night, Career Day, March Madness and other E.G.O. sponsored events that exemplify leadership and leaving your community greater than you found it. For more information on how to get involved speak to Mr. Griffin in room 305 or Mr. Argento in room 208.
Upcoming E.G.O. sponsored events:
September 2017: 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament
October 2017: Cultural Night
November 2017: Movie Night
Over the past school year, Lanaisha Ellis and Shanace Smith have been interning with the Brooklyn Historical Society. Next week they will be celebrating the culmination of their internship. Bravo to these ladies and good luck in your future.
Congrats to the following students who have landed a job this summer through the Ladders for Leaders and SYEP programs.
- Kisha Barnwell- TCI
- Beres Lewis
- Artressia Chapman- NY Botanical Garden
- Shantae Baker- Asphalt Green
- Fantasia Sneed
- Elisa Wilkes
- Marylyn Williams
- Marlon Dunbar
- Angel Williams
- Terrian Reis
- Victor Parris
- Coleen Francique
- Mya Eudovic
- Ismenia Diego
- Teharri Vasquez
- Keyonna Hunte
- Donte Williams
- Kaitlyn Torres
- Jozeen Deshong
- Zainah Abdullah
- Danielle McGriff
- Jamaar Pilgrim
- Joanne Browne
Also, a HUGE congrats to Jelani Henry who received a second round interview with the Summer Journalism Internship Program at Princeton University. Good luck!
Girls Leadership at TPS
The Girls Leadership group is comprised of girls from grades 9 through 12. They meet on Tuesdays from 2:40pm-4:00pm in room 313. Discussions are held based around the participants interests including hygiene, dating, career development and more. For additional information, and if you would like to join, please speak to Ms. Iqbal.
Photo Gallery: Girls Leadership Food & Bake Sale 3-7-17
Feed Your Mind
TPS Presents: Cultural Experiences
On March 27, 2017, Teachers Prep welcomed the African Drum and Dance Troupe direct from Senegal. The group entertained students and staff with traditional drumming, dancing, folklore, acrobatics and history.