Weeksville Heritage Center 1698 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY11213 The Weeksville Heritage Center provides education and learning programs on free African American communities throughout…More Brooklyn. This cultural institution offers programming in art, history and the environment, with music performances, art gallery exhibitions and a farmer's market. Programs are available for elementary school students and research internships are available for older students.
The Brooklyn Brownstone School was founded in 2008 by a group of local parents concerned about their children's…More education. The planning team of parents included as partners the Stuyvesant Heights Parents Association, The Brooklyn Children's Museum and Children for Children. Brooklyn Brownstone is a public school serving grades PK-5. The school's principal is Nakia Haskins.</p>
<p>Brooklyn Brownstone has a focus on service learning-- academic excellence with an eye towards community service. The school encourages looping, a method that allows teachers and students to spend three years together to foster tightly knit family units within the larger school community.</p>
<p>Brooklyn Brownstone occupies the fourth floor of a campus it shares with M.S. 35., located on the first, second and third floors.</p>