Mother's Day Celebration
We had a wonderful time together on Friday, March 22, 2019. Our Literacy Sub-Committee organized a Smoothie Smackdown. Many members of our school community came out and enjoyed a salad tasting, original music and poetry, and of course...freshly made smoothies! It's always great to end a week of hard work with food and fun!
Celebrating African-American History Month
Computer Science Family Night
Friday, December 8
Langston Hughes families were introduced with some of the fundamentals of coding and computer science with hand-on activities.
2018-19 Back to School Health and Wellness Fair
The Back to School Health and Wellness Fair is a collaboration between the Langston Hughes School and K.L.A.S.S. Inc. It is an opportunity for our community to come together and take part in activities and information that will allow us to start the year off healthy, and stay that way! I would like to thank the organizations that participated, and we urge you to show them your support.
- K.L.A.S.S. Inc.
- Brookdale Hospital
- Zuumba with Lizzette
- Karate Instructor Tyrone Turner
- Chef George from the Department of Education
- Sound Cardiology Cardiovascular Testing
- East Flatbush Village After-School Services
- Music by J Bourne Entertainment
- Hairstylist Charisse James
- Mr. Ding-A-Ling the Clown
- Facepainting by Agostino & Co. Performing Arts
5th Grade Senior Dance
Kindergarten Stepping Up
Pre-K Stepping Up
June Jam Harlem Renaissance Party
The Propellor Car Challenge
On May 31st District 18 hosted the Third Annual Propellor Car Challenge at the South Shore Campus. The Propellor Car Challenge is a competition that allows 5th-8th graders an opportunity to design, build and race cars powered by propellors! Jahiem Griffith, 5-205 and Emily Fraser, 5-215 represent our school and despite the lost of a wheel at the last minute, Emily pulled out a win! Congratulations Coach Humphrey.
Harlem Renaissance Spring Concert
Little Miss and Little Mister Langston Hughes
Congratulations to all of the participants of our first Little Miss and Little Mister Langston Hughes Pageant!
Drop Everything and Read Day
Students wore their coziest PJS, slippers blankets and stuffed animals and read books to the younger students