Kindergarten students made their first animated movie based on the story “La batterie de Théophile,” written by Jean Claverie. During this project, which was completed over the course of one month, students created all of the materials for the movie, including the characters, the [...]
VISIT FROM FRANCINE COUSTEAU EINY students who participated in last year’s baby marine animal drawing contest had the honor of welcoming Francine Cousteau, widow of naval officer Jacques Yves Cousteau, and her team, to the EINY library on Wednesday, May 24. Ms. Cousteau personally thanked [...]
The EINY Radio team has been working hard to produce it’s second broadcast of the 2017-2018 school year! This trimester’s broadcast is called, Our School, Our City, Our World and we are very happy to share it with you! Please click on the link to hear our second broadcast: [...]
The 6th graders in Histoire-Géographie designed an interactive "soundscape map" for their "habiter la ville" unit. The students recorded sounds and text they wrote in order to draw an acoustic map of the urban landscape of EINY. Both the map and the scale model were present Friday, January [...]
The first broadcast of EINY Radio for the 2016-2017 school year is here! Nowaki Asada and Lauren Gagne are proud to present the the First Trimester broadcast of EINY Radio entitled "Back to School: A Child's Right to Education." With student discussions, faculty interviews, original music [...]
EINY is proud to partner with Moms In Training a social, flexible, 10-week fitness & fundraising program benefitting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Please join and support them!
EINY students had the opportunity to welcome and meet Mr. Junior Nita Nsuami, a former child warfare fighter from Congo, who came to speak with students about the exploitation of children in civil wars in Africa and about children’s rights.
The first EINY Francophonie Festival took place on April 27 with many guests and visitors. Students and teachers dressed in blue, white, and red and performed for representatives of the Centre de la Presse Francophone of New York, who filmed the event for a TV program