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READY TO START: Teachers and staff at Success Academy, East Flatbush, MS gather on the steps of the fifth grade school as they prepare for the beginning of a new academic year.
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East Flatbush

Golden pencils are awarded to Success Academy’s middle school, East Flatbush MS. The learning center, which has a varied and diverse enrollment, is open and ready to teach eager fifth graders.

At the moment, this middle school includes just fifth grade, or 104 students. Next year, it will be fifth and sixth, until grades five through eight are realized.

“My advice to fourth-graders is that it’s going to be harder, but you shouldn’t give up, because then you’ll never know if you can make it,” said student Bianca Janna Mohamed Negron Kamal.

“Keep on trying, because when you have trouble with something, just practice it again and again and you’ll get better at it!” added student Raena Asim.

Good luck to all the students in the new academic year!

East Flatbush MS [3109 Newkirk Ave. between E. 31st and E. 32nd streets in East Flatbush, (718) 395–6346].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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