Beginning of Year Procedures
*** September 7th and 8th- Lineup will take place in the school yard, barring inclement weather at 8:20am. ***
September 7th- 1st Day of School
- Grades 1-5- Full Day (8:20-2:40)
- Kindergarten- Half Day (8:20-12:00)
- Pre-Kindergarten- Staggered Schedule (Students and parents enjoy an hour long orientation with their teachers! Families will be called to confirm session times.)
September 8th- 2nd Day of School
- Grades Kindergarten - 5- Full Day (8:20-2:40)
- Pre-Kindergarten- Half Day (8:20-12:00)
- Full Day for All Students
- Grades 3-5 will exit A Door to the play yard.
- Grades 1-2 will dismiss from the auditorium. Parents will enter auditorium through play yard door.
- Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten- Pickup through exterior doors adjacent to the lower grade play yard from Downing Street. (Kindergarten Class 087 will transition to the play yard at 2:20 to meet parents for pick up.)
Statement on Accessibility:
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School Food: Feed Your Mind:
School Hours for All Students:
Arrival: 8:20 am Dismissal: 2:40 pm
Note: Doors will open at 7:50 am for early drop off. More information on early drop off to be posted.
Fall Comprehensive Educational Planning Conference
Parent Leaders & SLT Members
The DOE will host a citywide District and School Comprehensive Educational Planning Conference for the 2017–18
school year from 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 16, 2017. You and your School Leadership Team (SLT)
members or designees are encouraged to attend this conference;
This year’s conference will build upon the 2016 conference, with an emphasis on moving from planning to implementing
educational plans and on Chancellor Carmen Fariña’s newly released plan, Equity and Excellence for All: Diversity in
New York City Public Schools.