Shell Bank- I.S. 14

Niasha Harrison

Program Director of Shell Bank- I.S. 14


Program Address: 

2424 Batchelder Street, Brooklyn, NY 11229

School Website: 

Danielle Bourne

Program Director's Supervisor


If you are interested in enrolling your child in after school or summer camp, please reach out to the Program Director at Shell Bank

Shell Bank's Knitting Club Donates Hats to Seniors

Shell Bank’s Home Economics Leadership group had the pleasure of visiting The Chateau of Brooklyn Nursing Home, Wednesday, January 9th. The participants knitted over thirty hats and brought them to the patients at The Chateau. The group had a wonderful time, and they are already asking when we will return. This was a wonderful community partnership that will continue to flourish in the future.  

Shell Bank's Mutt-i-grees Program

Mutt-i-grees Curriculum uses the natural affinity between kids and pets to teach social-emotional learning (SEL) skills like empathy, self-confidence, teamwork, and decision-making. At the same time, we’re showing students that shelter pets make the best family companions, and that all of us — including kids — have the power to make a positive difference in our communities and in the lives of homeless animals.

Research has shown that, by bridging the fields of humane education and social and emotional learning, this popular Curriculum has the potential to enhance student achievement at all grade levels. Equally important, it inspires kids to become caring, responsible citizens who see the link between a civil society and the humane treatment of animals.

Shell Bank's Activities in Action

Take a look at the participants at Shell Bank enjoying SOME of the wide array of activities offered by Millennium Development!

Literacy: Book Club

Leadership: Teen Action

STEM: Engineering Activity


Boy's Varsity Basketball

Summer Kayaking

Summer Sailing



Museum of Natural History Trip

Fort Greene Park Trip

Etiquette Program

Mighty Milers

Might Milers Mission:


Running takes your body, mind, and spirit to a better place. The simple act of putting one foot in front of the other and moving forward can make you healthier, happier, and more confident.

Like the starting horn at a race, we want to be the “Go!” that gets people running for life. At New York Road Runners, it is our goal to give everyone on the planet both a reason to run and the means and opportunity to keep running and never stop.

Over the past 60 years, we have grown from a local running club to a global champion of the running movement. We are the world’s premier community running organization, and our efforts and events serve all runners and active individuals, from beginners to professional athletes: the young, the elderly, and the underserved of all abilities.

We impact the lives of nearly 600,000 people annually, from New Yorkers throughout the five boroughs to runners around the world, through a wide variety of events and programs for people of all ages and abilities.

It is our unique nonprofit model, which teams contributions from corporate, foundation, and individual donors with earned income from our best-in-class events, that makes all our efforts possible.

Together with the help of all of NYRR’s members, supporters, participants, and partners, we're working hard to fulfill our mission of giving all people everywhere a reason to run. Today, tomorrow, and for life.