31 Jan

Students share their dreams

January 2019 — Students in our K-3 after school program celebrated Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday by learning about his contributions to the civil rights movement and his efforts to promote equality for all.  Students wrote their own ‘I have a dream’ speeches and read them with the other students in the program.  Their dreams included […]

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25 Jan

3-K and PreK

Calling all 3s and 4s! The LIFE program (Linking Immigrant Families with Early Childhood Education)at LSA is helping parents in District 4 enroll their children in 3-K and PreK programs. Children living in District 4 and born in 2015 or 2016 are eligible for free PreK and 3-K programs in our neighborhood (zip codes 10035, 10029, […]

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25 Jan

Focus on Financial Health

January 2019 — Our Advocacy & Food Pantry program is kicking off the new year with resources that focus on financial health.  These resources are available through our partnerships with Food Bank for NYC and the Legal Aid Society.  Together, we’re helping people who visit our pantries move toward financial stability and self-sufficiency. Financial Literacy […]

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18 Dec

Brick Church Volunteers

A group of volunteers from Brick Presbyterian Church are turning their attention to East Harlem, as their previous work assisting homeowners affected by Hurricane Sandy comes to a close. They have committed to helping East Harlem families with home improvement projects in partnership with LSA Family Health Service. The first project was to complete a […]

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26 Nov

Holiday Dinners, Thanks to CSH Friends

Our great thanks to the students, parents and staff at Convent of the Sacred Heart, which have been such wonderful supporters over the years.  This Thanksgiving holiday, students donated apple pies and provided groceries for meals to 34 for families. They also donated funds to the food pantry for the purchase of milk, juice, and other […]

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