Artifacts mural at Carter Burden
The Carter Burden/Leonard Covello Senior Program unveiled a new mural of photographed objects from the lives of seniors at the program. Photographed objects include a Butterfly McQueen doll from the movie “Gone with the Wind” that belonged to a client’s mother; a tool kit left to a client by his late father; a doll one client received as a six-year-old and has treasured as a keepsake for nearly 60 years. The project is now on permanent display at the center, located on E. 109th St, between First and Second avenues.
Robertson Teacher Wins Blackboard Award
The Alexander Robertson School’s Nicole DeVault has been awarded a prestigious Blackboard Award for “Excellence in Education.” Only 20 teachers are chosen each year from all of the City’s public, private, charter, and parochial schools. The honorees are nominated by parents and school administrators and are chosen by a board of educational advisors. DeVault teaches French, Art and an “Everyday Ethics” course at the Pre-K through 5th Grade Alexander Robertson School.