24 THE COURIER SUN • KIDS & EDUCATION • NOVEMBER 26, 2015 FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT www.qns.com SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT COMPILED BY ROBERT POZARYCKI 14 times • NOVEMBER 24, 2015 FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT www.qns.com s kids & education High schoolers attend special Mass for the sick Christ the King High School’s Religious Studies teacher, Deacon Paul Norman, recently chaperoned Christ the King students to St. Francis de Sales Church in Manhattan to participate in three Sunday Mass tapings Mass for the sick and home-bound. The students of the Middle Village school are pictured with Deacon Norman above. Pol helps honor Glendale school’s top students For achieving high marks in October, these students at St. Pancras School were honored as Students of the Month. In addition to receiving awards from Principal Brian Colomban, they also received citations from Assemblyman Mike Miller. Colomban and Miller are pictured with the honored students: Mason Fernandez, nursery; Ambiorix Espinal, prekindergarten; Olivia Cox, kindergarten; Blake Lehman, fi rst grade; Ethan Cox, second grade; Jayden Garcia, third grade; Kamil Wozniak, fourth grade; Andy Kasza, fi fth grade; Stephen Moloney, sixth grade; Alexandra Mateo, seventh grade; and Brianna DeJesus, eighth grade. Ozone Park students earn monthly awards Assemblyman Mike Miller recently presented Student of the Month certifi cates to the Students of the St. Elizabeth Catholic Academy in Ozone Park. Attached is a picture of Assemblyman Miller, Principal Mr. William Ferguson, and the outstanding students for the months of September and October. WALKING ASKING LEARNING Maspeth’s Martin Luther School expanding into Bayside by ANTHONY GIUDICE LSFB. “We are trying to make more opportunities firstname.lastname@example.org and resources available. We are working to @A_GiudiceReport After 56 years in Maspeth, the Martin Luther School (MLS) is expanding into northeast Queens, as the school will be bringing its mission HASC subsidiary enhance both our programs. The main reason is to keep out ministry and mission alive and make it more accessible. I’m very excited about it.” LSFB and MLSB will host an open house on Saturday, Nov. 21, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Is your child on track? If your child isn’t doing what other kids the same age are doing, ask questions…and get answers! MKSA can answer your questions and guide you about your child’s development! 718-631-1110 or 888-239-0468 (Queens & Brooklyn) www.mksallc.com email@example.com Pediatric therapists wanted! Apply online at www.mksallc.com Reference WEB ID QC8 EATING IMITATING PLAYING TALKING BEHAVING EXPLORING SHARING SLEEPING MOVING LISTENING POINTING The Early Intervention Program is funded and regulated by the NYS Department of Health and the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Services are provided at no out-of-pocket cost to families for children birth to age 3 who meet eligibility guidelines. You CAN Succeed! 855-625-8972 TrainWithAllen.com and ministry to the Lutheran School of Flushing & Bayside (LSFB) next February. Beginning Feb. 1, 2016, MLS will oversee the academic and extracurricular programs for middle school students, grades five through eight, at LSFB. It will also begin a new program designed for high school students in grades nine and 10 as well. “We are thrilled to be expanding our ministry into the Bayside community and entering into this partnership with the LSFB family,” said Randal C. Gast, MLS executive director. “We have been so incredibly blessed to see growth at our Maspeth campus, and look forward to building a new and vibrant ministry in Bayside.” Current LSFB students in grades five through eight will experience a seamless integration into the Martin Luther School – Bayside (MLSB) family beginning in February, with an expansion of curriculum and activities scheduled to begin at the start of the next school year in September, 2016, including programming for high school students in grades nine through 12. “It’s a collaboration between the Martin Luther School and the Lutheran School of Flushing & Bayside. They are looking to branch out and we are looking to collaborate with them,” said Marian Haselbach, principal at Medical Assistant And Nursing Assistant Programs Available Final Classes of 2015 Enrolling Now. 163-18 Jamaica Ave, Jamaica-Queens 188 Montague St, Brooklyn For required disclosure info, please visit http://www.allenschool.edu/gainful-employment-information LSFB campus, located at 36-01 Bell Blvd. in Bayside. Families are invited to come and learn about the curriculum, extracurricular programs and the application process for both schools. For more info or to receive an application packet, call the Martin Luther School at 718- 894-4000, ext. 133. Photo courtesy Martin Luther School The Martin Luther School will join with the Lutheran School of Flushing & Bayside starting in February 2016.
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