• Helmet Giveaway Alert!

    NYC DOT partners with local organizations for free helmet fittings citywide. Must be present & sign a waiver to receive a free helmet.

    People under the age of 18 require a parent or guardian's signature.

    More info: BikeHelmet.

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  • Fresh Air Fund Summer Camps

    The Fresh Air Fund, a not-for-profit youth development organization, provides free outdoor experiences to children from New York City’s underserved communities.

    Applications are still open for this summer's programs, which include:

    • Sleepaway Camps: Children will explore the environment, learn outdoor skills and make friends at sleepaway camps in New York's mid-Hudson Valley. These camps are available for ages 8 through 15, with offerings based on age, gender and ability.
    • Friendly Towns: Children stay with a host family in a small town or a suburban or rural community along the East Coast. This is available for ages 8 through 14.
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  • Prepare for Hot Weather Coming This Summer!

    Find out about cooling options including A/C installation, sprinklers in parks and cooling centers: http://NYC.Gov/BeatTheHeat

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  • SummerStage 2024


    SummerStage, New York City’s iconic outdoor performing arts festival, will hold 85 shows at parks across the five boroughs this June through October. The festival will showcase artists from across the globe, highlighting forward- thinking women pushing boundaries. Come enjoy a multitude of genres including jazz, hip-hop, indie rock, salsa, reggae, Afrobeats, soul, pop, global and contemporary dance. Date: Performances will be held on various dates from

    Saturday, June 1 to Sunday, Oct. 20

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  • Art in the Park

    Let your child's creativity flow with a wide range of craft projects for kids of all ages and abilities. Activities change week to week at this event hosted throughout the summer, so plan to come back for more fun!

    You can find more free, kid-friendly events on the New York City Parks and Recreation Department's website.

    Date: Wednesdays from June 5 to August 28

    Time: 3 to 5 p.m.

    Where: Washington Square Park

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  • Free Summer Meals Program

    Starting June 27 and through August 30, free summer meals will be available to all children and teens ages 18 years and younger at locations throughout New York City from 8:00– 9:15 a.m. for breakfast and 11:00 a.m.–1:15 p.m. for lunch (times are subject to change). No registration, documentation, or ID is required

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  • Summer EBT Benefits

    Beginning in 2024, New York State will launch Summer EBT, a new program that provides low-income families with food benefits to help buy groceries during the summer when kids might not have access to school meals. Most eligible children will receive Summer EBT food benefits automatically; however, some families may need to apply.

    Please note that this is not a DOE program. For questions, visit this website and then call the Summer EBT Customer Service Helpline (1-833-452-0096) if further assistance is needed. The helpline will be able to answer questions about a specific child’s eligibility beginning July 1.

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  • Keep the learning fun and Access i-Ready over the Summer

    Some Reminders:

    - TeachHub will be unavailable over the summer; login at

     -Your child will have access to i-Ready through July 26th

    -If you have any questions or need support:

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  • Take our Leader in Me Family Survey-Your Voice Counts

    As you know our school has been implementing a whole-school transformational process called the Leader in Me, which teaches 21st-century leadership and life skills to students and creates a culture of student empowerment based on the idea that every child can be a leader.

    Our school will be conducting surveys to learn more about key areas of strength and areas of needed growth in our school. In order for us to have a holistic picture of what is going on in our school, we are all parents/guardians to participate.

    Please complete the below survey (without sharing your name or other identifying information). The survey is completely voluntary, but we do hope to get feedback from one member of every household.

    The parent/guardian survey takes about 12 minutes to complete and will ask questions about your child and about his or her experience in our school. If you have more than one child attending the school, you will be asked to think about the oldest child's experiences as you answer questions related to his or her growth.

    Please take this survey:

    Please complete the survey by: June 13, 2024.

    We thank you in advance for your time and support!! 

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  • The Attendance Percentage per Grade for the Month of May

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

    Kindergarten: 93.18%

    First Grade: 95.22%

    Second Grade: 94.84%

    Third Grade: 94.87%

    Fourth Grade: 96.09%

    Fifth Grade: 96.27%

    Our overall attendance percentage for May is 95.07!!!!! That's AMAZING!!!


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  • Summer Reading Challenge Program

    Encourage children to read each day during the summer.  If they complete 40 days or more of reading, they will receive a "New York State Assembly Excellence in Reading" certificate. 


    All brochures have to be returned to your child's classroom teacher no later than October 1.

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  • Last Day to Access i-Ready Learning

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  • Summer Reading Challenge Program deadline

    Children have to return the Summer Reading Challenge program brochures sponsored by Assemblyman William Colton's office to their teacher.

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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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