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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  • Stuffed Animal Adoption Program Sends Many Animals to New Homes Students completed application forms, attended interviews and were approved to adopt a cuddly stuffed animal to bring home!  All animals came with a personalized adoption certificate and will go to a caring home!  Students were required to answer questions such as:  How will you ensure your animal feels loved and taken care of?  What will you name your new stuffed animal and why?  Once approved, they were able to choose an animal that spoke to their heart. Some students chose to name their animals based on their appearance, while others chose names in memory of beloved relatives who have passed.  Students promised to keep their stuffed animal clean and well groomed, to give them unconditional love and to take them ...
    Posted Dec 19, 2019, 11:05 AM by Suzannah Ohring
  • Seventh Grade Explores College and Careers Seventh-grade students visited Bronx Community College to learn about college and career options. They participated in workshops focusing on Medical Lab Technology, Dance & Wellness, and Media & Digital Film. Pictures from the medical lab are featured below.  The group conducted glucose testing and a blood type experiment.        
    Posted Jun 17, 2019, 5:14 AM by Suzannah Ohring
  • 7th Graders Attend Book Prize Event Seventh grade students recently attended the New York Historical Society's Children's History Book Prize event. Author Ellen Klages spoke about her book Out of Left Field, which tells the story of Katy Gordon, a talented athlete living in San Francisco in 1957. Determined to prove that women can and should play baseball, Katy embarks on a research quest to find other women who played the sport and fight the Little League’s verdict. Students also heard from Maria Pepe, a little girl from Hoboken who, in 1972, fought the National Little League organization to include girls - and won! Today over 2 million girls nationwide participate in Little League. The New York Historical Society hosts a free family ...
    Posted Jun 6, 2019, 7:39 PM 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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