Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams recently joined school principals, superintendents, teachers, students, and parents in unveiling a historic investment of more than $55 million in Fiscal Year 2018 (FY18) funds from Brooklyn Borough Hall to advance STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) education across more than 150 schools in the borough.

This is what schools in our neighborhood have received:

Boerum Hill’s PS 369 Coy L. Cox School was awarded a $500,000 grant for a technology lab.

Brooklyn Heights’ PS 8 Robert Fulton received a $166,000 award for technology upgrades.

The Dock Street Pre-K Center in DUMBO was allotted $160,000 for a mobile pre-K STEM lab.

PS 32 in Gowanus received $85,000 for a computer lab.

The Cobble Hill School of American Studies received $205,000 for STEM and literacy labs.

The Digital Arts and Cinema Technology High School in Cobble Hill received $100,000 for digital arts technology infrastructure.

And the Brooklyn New School in Carroll Gardens received $5000,000 for a green roof.