Thank to everybody who joined us for this special evening. Here a wonderful piece written about it by Claudia Haj Ali. A cobblestone path led to a secluded area on the Hudson River. For a moment it felt as if you were stepping through an iron gate into another world. Into a movie set of the mid-19th century à la […]
Dear Families, Friends, and Supporters of the German School Brooklyn, You are cordially invited to the First Annual Family Oktoberfest, an entertaining, fun-filled afternoon for all ages. Quench your thirst with authentic Oktoberfest beer and enjoy goodies from our Brooklyn-based food sponsors including Starwurst Bratwurst and Pelzer’s Pretzels. We’re putting together a lineup of great music featuring Niko and Moona Luna, an unbelievable […]
Although German School Brooklyn just finished their first year in operation the school was already honored by a visit of the Vice President of the German Bundestag, Ulla Schmidt, and her delegation. Ms. Kathrin Nagle, head and founder of the school, led the visitors through the classrooms of the first, second, and kindergarten classes. The school was established in September […]
May 4-8 is our Children Around the World project week! This year, we are focusing on Central and South America. We will read books, learn songs and dances, do crafts, and eat foods from this area of the world. Parents are welcome to join us for our presentation on Friday May 8th from 12-1pm.
Dear Parents, Mark your calendars! On Thursday April 23rd the whole school will be taking a field trip to the Museum of Math (http://momath.org) at 11 East 26th Street in Manhattan. The children will have up to 2-hours of open exploration and a 1/2 hour lesson designed for K-2nd graders called ‘Shape Shifters’. Our reserved time is from 9:30am-12. Like […]
Join us for a wonderful play in German presented by the German School Brooklyn and the Galli Theater “Der Froschkönig” Where: Ballsaal of Union Temple (3rd Floor), 17 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn When: Saturday, January 31st at 4.30pm You can purchase your tickets and find out more here. We are looking forward to seeing you!
All GSB students went on their first field trip to Manhattan to see an exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum called ZERO. The children got a special tour through the exhibit and were very excited and enjoyed looking and experiencing the artwork in a phenomenal building, the Guggenheim, or as one our our Kindergarten students called it, the “Kugelheim.”
More and more families participate in the annual Lantern Walk in Prospect Park on November 15, 2014 . CityKinder’s St. Martin Lantern Walk is a long standing tradition in the German speaking community in Brooklyn, this year the event was also a fundraiser for the German School Brooklyn. We want to thank all participating families for their spirit and donations. See you again […]