Martin Luther School Harvest Fest & Open House is this Saturday, October 14th, 11AM-4PM

mlsharvestfest2017WEBThis Saturday, join the Martin Luther School community at their annual Harvest Fest & Open house.

The whole community is invited to the School, located at 60-02 Maspeth Avenue in Maspeth, to partake in festivities, including:

Arts and Crafts, Basketball Clinics, Bounce House, Dance Performance (A Place to Dance), Face Painting, Food and Baked Goods (for sale), Games, Mr. Fred’s Wacky Science Experiment, Pony Ride (Available 2pm-3pm), & Raffles.

School Tours (Middle and High School) will be available to all families that want to learn all about the exciting Martin Luther School experience. Attendees will get a chance to see their new look, as the school recently underwent some new modern renovations.

98% of MLS graduates attend college is a statistic that open-house goers will learn this Saturday. Another nice fact is that MLS students can earn up to 36 college credits with MLS’ local college partners.

Join Varsity & JV Basketball Coaches, John Sanchez & Jon Kablack, for a fun basketball clinic from 12PM – 4PM in the gymnasium.

Families will also learn about scholarship and sponsorship opportunities that Martin Luther School has to offer.

Call Amanda Slinger, Director of Admissions, with any questions regarding the Open House / Harvest Fest: 718-894-4000

Maspeth High School students get mock courtroom

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Maspeth High School’s new student courtroom.

Students at Maspeth High School opened a new student courtroom last week. The grand opening of the life-like room was attended by State Senator Joe Addabbo Jr., as well as representatives from the NYPD 104th precinct.

The new court room will allow students to see what the inside of a court room is like and get first-hand practice on what it is like to have a career in the legal field. It will be used by the school’s law club – which is run by history teacher Sarah Jabbar. Students at the school will be able to challenge punishments they receive from teachers.

“The courtroom established inside Maspeth High School will serve as one of the most valuable resources for these students, whether they are interested in law or just starting to figure out what career path is the right one for them,” said Addabbo. “This is a wonderful opportunity to gain real-world experience in a number of career fields, and Maspeth High School is fortunate to have such an exciting program right inside school walls. I commend all the teachers and students involved in making this courtroom a reality and urge every student to take advantage of such a unique opportunity.”