Mrs. Dulski's Testing Highlights
from Saturday Parent Workshop
can be found in Parents Place
PRE-KINDERGARTEN applications March 3, 2014 - April 23, 2014
Pre-K Information session: Wednesday, March 5, 2014
5:30pm - 7:00pm
PS 69 144 Keating Place 10314
To apply in person please visit the Office of Student Enrollment (Mon.-Fri. 8:00am-3:00pm), 715 Ocean Terrace or to apply by phone call 718-935-2400 (Mon.-Fri. 8:00am-6:00pm). The Elementary School Directory and application can be found at www.nyc.gov/schools/prek.
Chancellor Farina has announced the Pre-K application process has been extended to Wednesday, April 23, 2014
U-Turns Prohibited in NYS School Zones
U-TURNS PROHIBITED IN NYS SCHOOL ZONES:
NEW LAW STARTS NOVEMBER 1, 2013
NYS Vehicles & Traffic Law 1161B.
b.No motor vehicle
shall make a U turn within a school zone. For the purposes of this
subdivision, the term "school zone" shall mean the distance along a
highway passing a school building, entrance or exit of a school abutting
on the highway for which a school sign (S1-1) has been posted pursuant
to this chapter and in compliance with the manual on uniform traffic
control devices maintained pursuant to section sixteen hundred eighty of
STOP, DROP & GO
If you drive your child/children to school in the morning,
I encourage you to use our “Stop, Drop and Go”
If you choose to use “Stop Drop and Go”,
it is imperative that you follow the
following SAFETY procedures listed below:
No Parking on Genesee Avenue in front of the school.
Augusta Avenue is CLOSED between
7:00 a.m. -
4:00 p.m. to ALL traffic for School Buses
Pull up to Staff and Parent Volunteers and they
will let the children out of the car.
PLEASE stay in
Please do not cut in the drop-off line.
Please Do NOT double park to let your child out of the car.
This is a major safety hazard for your child.
Once your child has exited the car, please drive off.
Our school safety agents are posted at the entrances of our main and annex buildings watching children entering school.
If you would like to watch your child enter the school
please find a safe parking spot and walk them to the door.
Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.
Missing a day of
school here and there or arriving 10 minutes late may seem
inconsequential and at times even insignificant, but consider this: a
student who is 10 minutes late every day will miss over 30 hours of
instruction during the year — a week of school. A student who is absent
just twice a month will miss 20 school days — 4 weeks of school! Each lateness or absence means a student has lost an
opportunity to learn. Just as we can never regain a moment of time
wasted, missing a day of school means missing a day of education that
cannot be retrieved. Students may be able to make up an assignment, but
they can never recover what is most important — the discussion, the
questions, the explanations by the teacher and the thinking that makes
learning come alive.
Free help with homework!
Reading - Math - Writing - Science
Call on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday
4:00 - 7:00 pm
A teacher will answer, ready to help.
United Federation of Teachers and Department of Education of the city of New Y
Parents & Visitors:
Please remember to always
present ID when visiting PS42
It's for the safety of your children