HPAC Scholars Go Bowling with ING


ING treated high school HPAC scholars to a special day-long bowling and networking event in Manhattan.  The scholars, HPAC staff, and ING staff and interns were divided into teams and became fast friends while competing.  In between all of the strikes and spares, the scholars got to find out about… Continue Reading ›

South Bronx Infant and Toddler Consortium Meeting


Today was the first meeting of the South Bronx Infant and Toddler Consortium. It is a part of Hunts Point’s PREP initiative. This consortium aims to bring practitioners, experts, and caretakers together to discuss challenges, issues, and advocacy of infant and toddler development. Hunts Point’s Early Childhood Education team paired… Continue Reading ›

Hunts Point PS 48 Celebrates 100 Year Anniversary


Congratulations to one of our alliance schools, PS 48, on celebrating their 100th anniversary. The school celebrated this milestone on Thursday, June 18th with a visit from Chancellor Carmen Fariña and student performances. For more about the celebration watch this feature from News12.

HPAC hosts first annual Celebrate Success Picnic


On June 13th, Hunts Point Alliance for Children hosted their first annual Celebrate Success picnic at Hunts Point Riverside Park. This celebration consisted of an awards ceremony honoring the hard work and dedication of our HPAC Scholars and a field day. Special recognition is in order for our senior scholars… Continue Reading ›

Krystal Reyes in La Reforma

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In response to the Keeping Track report published by Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York, HPAC Executive Director, Krystal Reyes, was interviewed by La Reforma, a Mexican newspaper.  In the article, which is in Spanish, she discusses some of the ways in which HPAC is working to combat the… Continue Reading ›

Krystal Reyes on CCC’s Blog


After participating in the Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York’s panel discussion for the release of the 2015 Keeping Track report, Krystal was featured on the CCC blog.  She discusses why a report like Keeping Track is important for Hunts Point.  Read the full interview here.

HPAC Scholars Attend Poetry Slam


On Wednesday, May 13, the HPAC Slam Poets attended a youth slam competition sponsored by the Bronx Community Board No.8 in Riverdale.  Rodrigo Avila, one of our HPAC Scholars, participated in the event, performing a piece he wrote in his class with instructor, Richard Prins. Great job, Rodrigo! (More information… Continue Reading ›

Purpose Volunteers for Twelfth Night


On Friday, April 24th, the Hunts Point Shakespeare Ensemble had extra hands on deck to help with final rehearsals and set construction.  Twenty volunteers from Purpose helped build set pieces and got a sneak peek of the Twelfth Night performance, which opened Friday, May 1st at MS 424 (photos from… Continue Reading ›