I recently signed a petition on Action Network telling Mark Levine, New York City Council Member, 7th District to Remove Hazardous Turf from Soccer Field.
If you have a child at Booker T Washington, you’ve seen them. You’ve stepped on them, swept them up and plucked them from socks fresh out of the dryer: tiny black pellets – ground up tire rubber – from the field adjacent to MS54 where our kids have recess and play before and after school.
MS 54 – Booker T Washington Middle School – on the Upper West Side is hosting an online fundraiser auction.
Over the past 6 years more and more schools are cost-effectively raising funds in an effort to close the gap between slashed city budgets and the growing costs of programs to meet the needs of students.
Middle School 54 is a public middle school located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The mission of MS54 is to nurture and develop a community of young learners with academic skills which meet or exceed the current standards, and the social skills and maturity necessary to ensure success in high school and beyond. Moneys raised in this auction go to continue academic, sports and art programs.