Two blocks away from BSGE on Northern Boulevard is a large white building that resembles a warehouse, similar to the many other barren looking structures throughout Astoria and Long Island City (LIC). But if you manage to stumble inside the first floor of this building you will find “Coffeed,” the eco-friendly coffee shop that gives … Continue reading Coffeed: Astoria’s Most Unique Coffeeshop
On Monday, June 10th, BSGE held a new student orientation for incoming 7th and 9th grade students. Parents stayed in the cafeteria to listen to presentations by teachers and PTA representatives about the school and the program at BSGE. Students went with teachers to classrooms to participate in various ice breaker activities and help answer … Continue reading New Student Orientation
On Friday, June 7th celebrated the end of the Middle Years Program with the current 10th grade students. The ceremony will included the distribution MYP certificates and subject specific awards and speeches by student speakers. The 10th grade students selected Avishek Paul to speak and teachers selected Paulina Nowakowski and Sarfi Chowdhury. Spanish teacher Freddy … Continue reading MYP Ceremony Celebrates the End of 10th Grade
The second annual BSGE Team Geography Bee took place on Wednesday, June 5th. A 7th grade team of Michael X '18, Elijah K '18, and Nibras I '18 (team name: The Rainbow Cuddlebunny Powerpuffs) beat out 30 other teams to win the competition. The team scored a total of 66 points out of a possible 68. … Continue reading 2013 BSGE Geography Bee
Students can buy 2013 yearbooks for $45 from Virge Ramos
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The BSGE community donated a total of 29 pints of blood on June 4th. The New York Blood Center came to BSGE for the second time this school year in this event sponsored by the Helping Hands Committee.