• Findhelp

    Find free or reduced-cost resources like food, housing, financial assistance, health care, and more.
    Help starts here.


    If you or someone you know is in crisis, call or text 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, chat with them online via their website, or text HOME to 741741 (multiple languages available). If this is an emergency, call 911.


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    April 15, 2024

    10:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m.

    Council of Jewish Organizations of Flatbush was provided a grant by the city to assist our community with Immigration Services.

    Green Card, Green Card Renewal, and other Immigration Questions.

    All services are FREE

    2602 Bath Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11214



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  • The Attendance Percentage per Grade for the Month of March

    The attendance percentage per grade for the month of March is:

    Kindergarten: 90.67%

    First Grade: 93.54%

    Second Grade: 95.12%

    Third Grade: 91.32%

    Fourth Grade: 94.16%

    Fifth Grade: 95.72%

    Our overall attendance percentage for March is 93.51!!

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  • IMPORTANT Breakfast Schedule Change for April 2

    Due to Election Day, the breakfast doors will NOT open at 7:40 a.m. and instead ALL children will enter through the MAIN LOBBY doors, take a Grab and Go breakfast bag, and eat in their classrooms.  

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    Due to Election Day, Grades K-2 teachers will dismiss through the main lobby doors.  Grades 3-5 teachers will dismiss through in the courtyard gate.
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  • The Attendance Percentage per grade for the month of February

    The attendance percentage per grade for the month of February:

    Kindergarten: 89.83%

    First Grade: 89.24%

    Second Grade: 91.24%  

    Third Grade: 92.81% 

    Fourth Grade: 89.75% 

    Fifth Grade: 93.59%  

    Overall Attendance is 91.06% !!  



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  • Support Culturally Responsive-Sustaining (CRS) Family Engagement Practices

    The DOE, in collaboration with community-based organizations, has created a resource hub that shares materials on culturally responsive-sustaining (CRS) family engagement practices to support multilingual learners and immigrant students.

    • Supporting Southeast Asian Students and Families with MeKong;
    • Self Defense and Upstander trainings with Malikah
    • Healing Justice with Malikah
    • Multilingual Facilitation with PARCEO; and
    • CRS Family Engagement Best Practices with Families in Schools
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  • Apply Now for Exciting STEM Spring Break Enrichment Programs

    Do you and your family have any plans for Spring Break? Children in grades Kindergarten through 8th grade can apply now to STEM Matters NYC enrichment programs. Choose from a wide range of programs at amazing destinations throughout the five boroughs! Get your hands dirty in the garden, encounter amazing animals, or design an art or engineering project. Students will meet and work with field experts in programs that feature real-world learning experiences.

    Programs are offered at HYPOTHEkids; Intrepid Museum; MakerSpace NYC; New York Aquarium; New York Botanical Garden; Queens Botanical Garden; Queens County Farm Museum; Queens Zoo; Rocking the Boat; Staten Island MakerSpace; Staten Island Museum; Staten Island Zoo; and UrbanGlass.

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  • Let's Learn Instructional Video Series

    NYCPS has partnered with The WNET Group, home to America’s flagship PBS station THIRTEEN to release over fifty short videos through June 2024. These short clips from the Let’s Learn instructional series feature NYCPS educators using science of reading-based strategies to teach foundational reading skills. Geared to students ages four to seven, the videos invite student participation and model how caregivers and educators can support young readers. One-hour episodes of Let’s Learn, with longer literacy segments and lessons focusing on math, science, and the arts, air daily at 11 am. Videos and segments stream anytime on

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  • Literacy Resources for Families

    Support and strengthen your child's growing literacy skills outside of the classroom to help him/her become strong and confident readers! Go to Literacy Resources for Families ( for activity guides, printable flashcards, reading games, suggested reading lists, free online resources, and more.

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  • New York Aquarium

    New York Aquarium

    You are invited to the New York Aquarium for a FREE monthly program exploring the beach, coastal habitats and ocean animals.  Each session includes hands-on activities, science exploration, nature play, and Aquarium admission.  


    For more information and to register go to: New York Aquarium Learn  

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  • No School, Memorial Day

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  • Lounge

    IDNYC and NYS Drivers Licence Parent Workshop with Mrs. Perlman & Mrs. Montemurro

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  • Lounge

    Protection from Discrimination: Public Space Parent Workshop with Mrs. Perlman and Mrs. Montemurro

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  • No School, Chancellor's Conference Day

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  • No School, Clerical Day

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  • No School, Eid al-Adha

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  • No School, Juneteenth

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School Day Schedule


Students who wish to eat breakfast at school may enter through the auditorium entrance. 


Doors are closed at this time in order to prepare for morning entry.  Any students arriving at this time should wait outside until the doors reopen at 8:00am.  Students who wish to get a breakfast will be given grab and go at 8:00am.


Grade K will enter through the cafeteria doors (to the left of the main entrance).

Grades 1 and 4 will enter through the staircase doors (to the left of the cafeteria doors).

Grades 2, 3, and 5 will enter through the auditorium doors (the last doors to the left).

All students will be dismissed at 2:20pm.

Grade K will dismiss through the cafeteria doors (to the left of the main entrance).

Grade 1 will dismiss through the staircase doors (to the left of the cafeteria doors).

Grade 2 will dismiss through the right side auditorium doors 

Grade 3 will dismiss through the left side auditorium doors

Grade 4 will dismiss through the courtyard gate (note: this is different than their entry door)

Grade 5 will dismiss through the courtyard gate


School Lunch Menus

Nutrition is Priceless: Free lunch for all students

Quick Links

Teacher pages: teacher leading class  Academics: girl with pencil  Parent Coordinator: students working together

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