Check out Councilwomen Cumbo visiting our school farm!
A Hydroponic Farm for Teens Grows in Bed-Stuy Check out the latest article on our farm!
Unity in the Community! • UA Unison School • 170 Gates Avenue • • Saturday, June 25th, 2016 • 11am-3pm • • 718.399.1061 • A Health and Wellness Block Party hosted by UA Unison School & Teens for Food Justice Here’s what’s at the party: Meet Our Community: Participate in student-led workshops for kids and adults, and […]
School Leadership Team: Saturday, May 7th 9:00 am – 12:00 pm ENACT Parent Workshop: Tuesday, May 10th 9:00 am – 10:00 am, Library, room 207 Parent Evening Conferences: Wednesday, May 11th Contact your student’s advisor for your meeting time School Leadership Team Meeting: Wednesday, May 18th 5:00pm-6:00pm Parent Teacher Association Meeting: Wednesday, May 18th 6:00pm-7:00pm […]
Unison was honored at The Cathedral of St. John the Divine for their partnership with Teens for Food Justice. Below is a blurb about the event! “New York City is making bold moves to address food and health inequities across all boroughs. Our new public/private partnership will engage public middle and high school youth in building and maintaining […]
Our principal, Ms. Emily, was featured on DNAInfo as the Principal of the Week! Check out her interview here: Clinton Hill Principal Believes Kids Thrive When They’re Not Segregated
We were featured on PIX11! Check out the link: Students from the Urban Assembly Unison School are harvesting cucumbers at a farm in Brooklyn. And they didn’t even have to leave their building in Clinton Hill to get there.
I’m a New York City school administrator. Here’s how segregation lives on.
Check out our students and their work on our soon to be hydroponic classroom garden! Unison Middle Schoolers Grow Fresh Produce to Feed the Community