Middle School Directory
Please view attached Middle School Directory.
Submit the Request for Testing (RFT) IS NOW OPEN Visit Website click on link above
Provide your current address and complete contact information on the RFT form to avoid delays in receiving your child’s score report. Submit one RFT form per child requesting to take the G&T test. If you are signing up multiple siblings to take the test, submit a separate RFT form for each child.
Testing will take place in January. Look for your test date confirmation letter by mid-December.
The New York City Department of Education (DOE) is pleased to announce that starting this school year, lunch is now completely free for all students in every New York City public school. Breakfast is already provided for free and now all meals will be served at no charge to families.
We need your help to make this program a success. All parents, regardless of income, must still complete a School Meals Form so that our schools get access to federal funding for this program and others. Please complete the form online at www.myschoolapps.com by December 29, 2017. A hardcopy of the form will also be sent home and is available at your school’s main office.
If you have already added money to your MySchoolBucks account for your child’s lunches this year, or if you have a balance remaining from prior years, you will receive a full refund. DOE will follow up with information on how to get your refund in the coming weeks.
Please join me in spreading the word that breakfast and lunch are free for all students every day. I hope your child will take advantage of this wonderful new opportunity
Box Tops- the easy way to "Earn Cash for our School". All proceeds support the programs and activities donated by the PTA!!
PTA will be selling Ice cream on Thursdays during Lunch periods. Cost is now $2.00. Snacks will be sold on Mondays,Tuesday, Wednesdays and Friday. Cost is $1.00
SCHOOL LUNCH APPLICATIONS! APPLY NOW ON LINE AND SAVE TIME!
Children need healthy meals to learn. The Office of School Food offers healthy meals every school day. Breakfast is at no charge to all students and lunch costs $1.75.
Guidance for Outdoor Play in Cold Weather
Children benefit from vigorous exercise and should be given the opportunity to play outside whenever possible. Unless it is snowing, or there is ice on the playground, or the wind chill factor produces an effective temperature below zero degrees Fahrenheit (-18 degrees Celsius), temperature alone should not be a barrier to outdoor play. You are encouraged to work with your staff to maintain outdoor play periods, and you should take precautions to keep students warm and to ensure that they are appropriately dressed on very cold days. When outdoors, please ensure that your students and staff cover exposed skin, wear warm clothing, and use multiple layers to maintain warmth.
If student does not choose to play outdoors on colder days, they are permitted to remain indoors.
RAIN DATE ONLY
Class 203 -Swims Tuesdays
Class 204/Class 902 -Swims Thursdays
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Prospective incoming 6th graders - 2018-2019 school year
6:00pm (MAELS Auditorium)
Doors will close promptly at 6:30pm. We will not accept entry after that time.
Please find below the date for your current school’s assigned Informational Session:
Please come to your school’s assigned Informational Session date only. If you cannot attend on the date to which you were assigned, please contact our
Parent Coordinator, Sue Rolnick: firstname.lastname@example.org or (718) 370-6850 extension #2.
School Mission Statement:
P.S. 3, a diverse learning community dedicated to guiding learners to exceed academic expectations, and empowering them to make a positive difference in the world. We inspire students to Fly, Soar and Achieve.
School Vision Statement:
P.S. 3 envisions a school culture that provides a rigorous curriculum to prepare students for future academic endeavors for college and career readiness as it paves the path for success.
Through partnerships and service learning projects, we foster relationships that create a community with positive energy, mutual respect, and enthusiasm for learning. We strive to ensure that all experiences become opportunities for growth and learning for students, staff and parents.