ESL Student Trip

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Today, the English as a Second Language students and their teacher, Ms. Ebony Ford, went on a fantastic trip see Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty.  They got to learn about the history of immigrants to the United States and see some historic landmarks in downtown Manhattan.  Check out this phone of the good […]

Basketball Season off to Slam Dunk Start!

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The Urban Assembly Unison School basketball team is off to a slam dunk start to their season, just finishing another successful week. Riding a three game winning streak, the Trailblazers visited the spectacular gym of Ronald Edmonds Learning Center (MS113) to uphold their undefeated record against District 13 schools. Through strong leadership from 8th graders […]

Students attend Flamenco Performance of “Antigona”

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Saturday 1/17/15, UA Unison students Quaasia, Mia, Axel, Calese and their families along with Martha (social worker) and dance teacher Ms. Alvarez attended a Flamenco production entitled  “Antigona” by Soledad Barrio with Noche Flamenco on 42nd Street in Manhattan, NYC. It was a passionate, creative, exciting and musical tale and theatrical production expressed by Flamenco dance, hip hop […]

Dance Performance on Friday, January 23rd 4:30pm-5:30pm

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You are cordially invited to attend the Urban Assembly Unison Winter 2015 Dance Performance on Friday, January 23rd 4:30pm-5:30pm in the ground floor auditorium at Unison School, 170 Gates Avenue,  Brooklyn, NY 11238. Come witness the original student work of 6th-8th grade students as well as performances by The Unison School Dance Company. Please find the flyer […]

Dance Residency 2015

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At Urban Assembly Unison during the month of January 2015 dance class 603 is enjoying a unique and rich cultural arts residency with Ifetayo. Sister Shaune is teaching “Kuku” a native West African dance that began as a fishing ritual which requires focus, stamina, coordination, team work, and diligence. The students are exibihiting great joy and enthusiasm while practicing the energetic and […]