West Side Collaborative: WSC maintains a creative, rigorous environment that has kept children’s development central to its core mission for more than 20 years. Our school features unique programming, an innovative staff, and middle school experiences that challenge all students to develop their innate curiosity!

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  • Saturday Film Academy West Side Collaborative collaborated with the New York Public Library to present students with the unique opportunity to explore motion pictures film as a science and technology, and as a tactile art-making experience.  In a series of workshops offered this fall, students were able to shoot and hand-process Super8mm film  with professionals in the Association of Moving Image Archivists and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.  At the conclusion of the workshop series, students presented at a film festival at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.  Congratulations to our WSC filmmakers!
    Posted Dec 13, 2017, 11:53 AM by Suzannah Ohring
  • Runaway Art Why is it important for individuals to have a say in the history written about their life stories? This is one of the essential questions faced by 7th grade students as part of their experience with Runaway Art this month.  RUNAWAY ART: Interpreting Colonial Slave Ads is an innovative social studies and visual arts curriculum which uses authentic 18th-century runaway slave ads as a springboard for students to learn the history of enslavement in the North. Though empathy and creativity, students develop an original artwork and statement.  WSC 7th graders enjoyed five sessions with a guest teaching artist who shared her own passion about this topic while teaching different artistic techniques to bring a person's story to life ...
    Posted Nov 29, 2017, 7:13 AM by Suzannah Ohring
  • Student Voices West Side Collaborative students were interviewed by Mastery Collaborative to better understand the effectiveness of using culturally responsive education along with mastery-based learning.  Culturally responsible education asks us to actively welcome young people's identities, experiences and interests into school, and to empower learners socially and academically.  Students speak about WSC's social community, building relationships, and being their best self.   https://www.springpointschools.org/blog/2017/08/power-student-voice-q-students/
    Posted Nov 17, 2017, 6:31 AM by Suzannah Ohring
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West Side Collaborative Middle School 250
Phone: 212-866-6313
Parent Coordinator: 646-481-1677
Fax: 212-678-5295

Novella Bailey, Principal, nbailey@schools.nyc.gov
Wonda Perez, Guidance Counselor, wperez8@schools.nyc.gov
Suzannah Ohring, Administration/Middle School Choice Liaison, sohring@schools.nyc.gov
Beatrice Rodriguez, Parent Coordinator, brodriguez@schools.nyc.gov
Parent Teacher Association Board, PTA@wscnyc.org

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