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PS 27 exhibition

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A fourth-grader explains how his classmates mapped their families' origins during their study of immigration.

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Part of the fourth grade's study of Red Hook involved comparing Brooklyn now to Brooklyn in the 16th century.

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Early childhood classes studied toys in depth.

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A ninth grader's dream house project.

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Sixth-grader Derrick explains his class's math geography game. The objective is to travel from Red Hook to the Bronx by answering multiplication and division problems correctly.

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High school students wrote persuasive letters to DOE officials about why their school should not be closed.

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One of the essays supporting the school's continued existence.

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A seventh-grader explains how her science class used Milky Way bars to understand plate tectonics.

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Young students and their teacher examine a display of living milk bugs.

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A student is transfixed by the milk bugs.

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A fifth-grader's poem about Christopher Columbus accompanied his class's written reports and poster-sized timeline about explorers.

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Students write comments about the fifth grade's exploration timeline.

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The fifth grade's exploration timeline.

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A high school student describes the exhibition options for ninth graders: They could make a poster about a character in literature, calculate the dimensions of their dream house, write a report about ancient Egyptians, or research enzymes.

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Part of the timeline of Red Hook history that fourth-graders created.

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