PRE-K FOR ALL
MARCH 16 - APRIL 24
Apply Online At: nyc.gov/prek
Over The Phone By Calling: 718-395-2067
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YOU GOTTA HAVE HEART AT PS/MS 146 BECAUSE WE ARE...
FOR ALL through
REGULAR SCHOOL HOURS
Monday - Friday 8:10 A.M. - 2:30 P.M.
Please Note: There is No Extended Day for the 2014-2015 school year
FREE BREAKFAST IS AVAILABLE TO ALL STUDENTS AT 7:40A.M.
WE ARE A UNIFORM SCHOOL
ALL STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO BE
ON TIME AND IN UNIFORM EVERYDAY
Kindergarten - Exit out to 99th Street Playground
Grades 1-4 and class 501 - Stairway E/F - Exit out to 98th Street School Yard
Classes 502, 503 and Grade 6 - Stairway A/B - Exit out to 159th Avenue
Grades 7 & 8 - Stairway A/B - Exit out the Main Entrance
THE 2012-2013 SCHOOL PROGRESS REPORT
(Please click on the left side of this page to view)
For more information on the Common Core, the new NYS Tests and the new Teacher Evaluation & Development system, please click here.
: Our neighbors help in numerous ways such as keeping an eye on the school and school grounds. Please respect our neighbors and their property by NOT parking illegally and blocking driveways or double parking.
Reminder....Unless the student has an exemption approved by the Principal, all students are to wear their SCHOOL UNIFORM. Thank you!
PS/MS 146 IS A DRESS CODE SCHOOL
(Logos are NOT necessary)
Long or short sleeve three-button polo shirts in navy, white or light blue
Slacks, skirts, skorts or walking shorts (to the knee) in navy or khaki
"School Spirit" T-shirts, sweatshirts and sweatpants are available through our PTA and are acceptable ONLY on Gym Days and School Spirit Days
The child being registered
(2) Two proofs of address
(Utility Bill, Mortgage Statement, Any NYC or NYS issued document)
Child's birth certificate/passport
Child's immunization records
Previous report cards/school transcripts if applicable.
Questions regarding College?
Log on to www.nyccollegeline.org, a new web resource providing city-specific information on the college process.
STAY INFORMED WITH THE NYC DOE
PARENTS AND FAMILIES PAGE
Attendance and lateness are factors that clearly impact student achievement. Students need to be in class to achieve at their best. PLEASE ENSURE STUDENTS ATTEND SCHOOL EVERY DAY UNLESS THE STUDENT IS SICK. Our GOAL FOR THIS YEAR IS 96% ATTENDANCE FOR THE ENTIRE SCHOOL.
NYCDOE Policy is that students MUST achieve a MINIMUM 90% ATTENDANCE RATE FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR. Attendance is one of the factors used in promotional decisions.