Thurgood Marshall

Our Core Values


TMALS COLLECTIVELY CREATED CORE VALUES:

RESPECT
SELF-AWARENESS
PERSEVERANCE
ACCOUNTABILITY
BELIEFS ABOUT LEARNING:


At TMALS, we believe…
•           All children can learn.
•           Children learn through multiple pathways.
•           In order to learn effectively, children must feel emotionally and physically safe.
LEARNING EXPECTATIONS:
•           Students will think critically in collaboration with others.
•           Students will learn in culturally relevant ways, respecting diversity and practicing self-awareness as well as respect for self and others.
•           Students will learn to be responsible, socially conscious
changemakers through community and global awareness.
•           Students will learn to challenge and investigate ideas and become independent thinkers
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Vision for Racial Equity

Teachers provide high expectations and rigorous task through multiple pathways. Students facilitate their learning and exhibit social consciousness by leading discussions, sharing their thinking, and displaying community and global awareness. Through projects, discussions, and presentations, students express an appreciation for diversity and feel a sense of cultural pride. Students feel emotionally and physically safe and supported in a respectful and inclusive environment.

Instructional Focus Areas 2018-2019


ELA Goal

In order to increase ELA Proficiency, we will build student literacy skills across grades through targeted and individualized structures during literacy blocks using the guided reading process.  

MATH Goal

In order to increase Math Proficiency, we will build student math problem solving skills across grades 1-5 through a focus on multi step problem solving in Math, ensuring that students are clear with strategies on breaking down questions and ensuring that students have a clear labeling process for showing their work and plan towards solving.  




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Statement on Accessibility

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About

Our Mission

TMALS is a public elementary school located in the culturally rich village of Harlem, NYC. We currently serve approximately 216 students in Kindergarten through Grade 5. TMALS was opened in 2005 in a collaboration between Abyssinian Development Corporation, the NYC Department of Education and New Visions for Public Schools


​Our School Day


7:30 AM- 8:20 AM
Breakfast
Silent Reading
Morning Routine
Meditation

11:15- 1:00 PM

Lunch Periods

2:40 PM TO 5:30 PM
Expanded Learning Time (ELT)
Includes valuable additional academic support and exciting enrichment.
Available to all students.
Participation is expected.


Click here for TMALS Expanded Learning Time with TASC/ADC.


The thoroughly Good Choice for Diversity, Innovation, and Change.

We have a limited number of 1st & 2nd Grade Seats Available!

Register by June 28, 2017.


A Unique & Innovative School

Multicultural Curriculum

Project Based Learning

A STEM Program

Learning Through Technology

Performing Arts

Health & Wellness with a Focus on Nutrition

Whole Child Education (Social, Emotional & Academic)

Family Participation


​We are now accepting applications. Please contact Ms. Butts at PButts@tmals.org, call 212-368-8710, or download the application by clicking this link.




Thurgood Marshall  was an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, serving from October 1967 until October 1991. Marshall was the Court's 96th justice and its first African-American justice. Before becoming a judge, Marshall was a lawyer who was best known for his high success rate in arguing before the Supreme Court and for the victory in Brown v. Board of Education, a 1954 decision that ruled that segregated public schools were unconstitutional. 

The mission of TMALS is grounded in the belief that all children can learn and have the fundamental right to reach their fullest potential. As a reflection of the African proverb, "It takes a village to raise a child," our school values parent partnerships and collaborative efforts with various community based organizations, businesses and other institutions within and outside of the Harlem community.​