St. John's University New York Campuses Closed

Out of concern for the safety of our students, faculty, and administration and in consideration of the widespread regional snow removal efforts which are expected, all St. John's University's New York campuses will be closed Monday, January 26, and Tuesday, January 27, 2015, and all classes will be canceled.

This closing applies to St. John's Queens, Staten Island, Manhattan, and Oakdale campuses.

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On November 20, 2014, over 100 universal pre-k (UPK) teachers from community-based organizations throughout the five boroughs of New York City took part in the second day of a professional development workshop entitled, “How Music and Movement Can Enrich Your Classroom.”
Briarwood, a temporary housing shelter for over 90 homeless families, aims to provide a pleasant, safe, and well-maintained environment for all of its residents.
InDavis Guggenheim’s third documentary, TEACH, he shows the “struggles and triumphs of America’s education system through the eyes, minds, and hearts of its most essential resource: teachers.”
Every October and May, the “In Addition” program travels with a group of approximately 65 parents, children, and staff to Camp Iroquois Springs for a weekend of math learning.
The Department of Curriculum and Instruction in The School of Education, in coordination with Kappa Delta Pi, the International Honor Society in Education, held its ninth annual Back to School Supply Drive.
This year’s Founder’s Week, one of the University’s premiere week-long annual events celebrating St. John’s Vincentian heritage, focused on the theme “Compassion Without Limits; Justice Across Borders.”
The new dean of The School of Education, believes that educators must strive to reach children who live in poverty. “If we do,” he explained, “we can transform lives.”
Offering hands-on training in the latest digital education strategies.
A noted author and specialist in the professional development of teachers, Dr. Sampson comes to St. John’s from Northern Arizona University, where he is dean of the College of Education.
“I want every student who participates in the program to envision college as a possible option,” said Schaefer.

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