Students Marie and Veronica welcome our guests in their language.
Mr. Feld demonstrates Kennedy's Why is the Mona Lisa Smiling?
They were very impressed with our project and our modern computer facility. We are using 15 year old Tandy computers. The Lyceum of Humanitarian Sciences has 15 computers, but no internet access.
Steve F. Welcomes Sabina and her visiting exchange students
Ann Marie and Ileana presented Why is the Mona Lisa Smiling? At the Classroom of the Future Session, on behalf of the ThinkQuest students who created the site, at the School Tech Expo at the Hilton in New York.
Our Russian friends will be going to Washington DC to visit a chemical weapon dumping facility...... they will be the first Russians to make such a visit to this facility. EcoBridge is run by CEC International Partners which is funded by a federal grant.
A main thrust of our exchange has been for our two "cities", Saratov and the Bronx, to compare environmental problems.
We are both on major rivers: the Volga, and the Hudson, and share problems of study such as solid waste disposal, clean drinking water, and enforcement of environmental laws, joint projects taken up by Kennedy and Lyceum students.
You should check out the web site set up on a ninth grader, Evagelia Bakoulis in regards to our garden: www.geocities.com/southbeach/boardwalk/2597/jfk3.htm