New York’s public schools were the subject of a fierce competition this year, as schools around the city competed to send students on field trips to schools across the city.
On Thursday, the New York Public Library will offer free schoolbooks to students attending the public schools in Brooklyn and Queens.
The library is the only library in the city that offers the program, which was developed in collaboration with a local organization called Kids Helping Kids.
It is a collaboration between the Brooklyn Alliance for Children, the Brooklyn Museum and the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
“We are proud to be partnering with our fellow Brooklyn boroughs, and the schools, to create this special program that brings our community together and brings the library together,” said Paul Stacey, the library’s executive director.
“The program is intended to encourage students and parents to visit our schools and spend quality time together.”
New York City schools are now using a new technology called Google Maps to help students find their school’s location, making it easier for students to connect with friends and family.
Students can also find information on their school using Google Maps.
“The goal of this initiative is to build a more engaged, and inclusive, public school community,” Stacey said.
“We’re proud to bring these educational tools to schools around New York.
More than 50 schools around NYC will participate in the program starting Friday.”
While we have been working with the Brooklyn Library to make this technology accessible to our library’s students, we are excited to partner with other libraries to help them expand their community of students through this program.”
More than 50 schools around NYC will participate in the program starting Friday.