The Anderson School P. S. 334 is a K-8 public gifted & talented school on the Upper West Side of Manhattan in New York City. If you would like to learn more about The Anderson School, please explore the links above and scroll down for photos!
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WHAT'S HAPPENING AT ANDERSON
Anderson Student Is Jeopardy Champion!
Congratulations to sixth grader Cerulean Ozarow, who competed in the
Jeopardy! Kids Week competition televised on December 1st. Cerulean
performed phenomenally, taking home the amazing sum of $25,158!
Cerulean aced the geography category and did well in the vocabulary and
"long things" categories. He wagered 11,000 dollars on a vocabulary question
in a true Daily Double and doubled his money. What an exciting game!
Well done, Cerulean!
See video of Cerulean answering questions posed by Jeopardy staff here.
Respect for All Poster Competition
Students in the elementary school and middle school worked
individually and in groups to create posters that celebrate
Respect for All. Students worked with our Art teacher Mr. Nahabedian on the
characteristics of successful posters (both the message and the
graphics). Many older students used technology for some poster
Click below to view selected highlights of the submitted posters. Click on
each poster to enlarge.
A judging committee selected the six posters below to represent The
Anderson School in the citywide competition.
Clockwise from top: Dasha Smirnova and Natasha Michaels, Grade 3;
Lunne Wang, Kevin Lin, and Ela Gulson, Grade 8; Kristoff Misquitta, Grade 6.
Clockwise from top: Gabriella Ramirez, Grade 4; Liam O'Neill, Grade 3;
Giles Mitchell, Grade 6.
SPIRIT WEEK AT ANDERSON
Pajama Day in Mrs. Unger's class, above.
See Spirit Week photo slideshows below.
Have you seen our newly updated main office?
The finest reupholstery by Tania Kovalenko LTD, who donated her services.
Thank you to Cindy Parra, Joli Golden, and Mindy Wigutow for making the couch project happen.
Thanks to custodian John P. for reassembling the couches.
And here is a beautiful custom rug, donated by the Graduating Class of 2014.