In Fun1st News
Shout Out to Great Oaks Community Charter For a Fun “PD” Day
Thank you Great Oaks for letting us host a fun professional development day. Great Oaks believes that high quality teachers and leaders are key to student success. We are more than honored to get your teachers moving.
Thank you PS 38 Roberto Clemente for Taking The Fun1st Challenge Spring-2019
This year Partnerships with Children, a community based organization, will also be partnering with us to support PS 38 teachers, scholars and their families. Partnership with Children’s goal, much like ours, is to strengthen the emotional, social, and cognitive skills of all scholars so that they may be successful in school, society, and life.
Namaste! Thanks Lululemon For Hosting a Fun & Fit Pop-up
Much thanks to the staff and crew at the Lululemon on East 66th. Stay tuned for more sweaty Sundays and quality programming for the community.
Thanks Heketi Community Charter for Hosting a Fun & Fit Pop-up
Heketi Community Charter School is a community-grown charter school located in the Mott Haven section of the South Bronx, dedicated to providing a rigorous and nurturing environment for students while fostering a warm family-oriented school culture and a strong connection to the community at large. Heketi opened its doors in 2012, where it welcomed its very first cohort of bright ambitious students.
Join us at “Harlem Park to Park” for Free Holiday Fitness Classes Dec 8, 2018
Harlem Park to Park is a social enterprise representing 250+ entrepreneurs committed to cultural preservation, small business and economic development in Central Harlem –NYC’s most vibrant food and lifestyle hub north of 110th Street. Formed in September 2009, HP2P’s membership is comprised of businesses located within the geographic area of Central Park North to 144th street and Morningside Park to Marcus Garvey Park.
Thank you PS 194 Countee Cullen and PWC for Taking The Fun1st Challenge Fall-2018
For more than 100 years, Partnership with Children or PWC has supported the most vulnerable children in overcoming the stress of growing up in poverty.
Congratulations to Fun1st's Storefront Academy Class of 2018
This year was to short, but will be long remembered. Congratulations to all our Storefront Academy Students moving to High School and all our students stepping up to the next grade. You will all be missed.
Welcome StoreFront Academy Harlem
(Class of 2018)
Storefront Academy Harlem was founded in 1966 by Ned O’Gorman, award-winning poet, author and community activist. Ned saw incredible potential in Harlem’s children, and knew that they faced staggering challenges to living safe and productive lives. He dedicated his life to changing theirs.
Thank you to the Laura B. Vogler Foundation for Your Support (Fall17)
The Laura B. Vogler Foundation, Inc. is a private non-operating foundation that awards one-time, non-renewable grants. Trustees seek to make modest sized grants to organizations concerned with the health, well being, and education of children, the disadvantaged, and the elderly.
DanoneWave Gives a Proper Breakfast (Fall17)
Thank you so much Danonewave, for the well received yogurt donations. Keeping kids healthy starts at the breakfast table. This donation was able to offer hundreds of students a healthy breakfast.
New Digs! Thanks to The Good Sports Foundation (Fall17)
Thanks to the Good Sports initiative, we will be receiving some much needed new equipment. "Good Sports gives all kids the lifelong benefits of sport and physical activity by providing equipment, apparel and footwear to those most in need."
A Warm Welcome from The FDNY (Spring17)
Thanks again FDNY Engine 69/Ladder 28/Battalion16 for hosting our students. We learned a lot about the importance being fit and helping the community. Stay safe and thank you for your service.
The word is in and its a hit (Fall 2016)
So proud of these kids. We have been doing this for 3 years and it never gets old. Looking forward to creating more healthy school here in NYC. Come watch us play.
Game day HighLight
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