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Arts and Science Day, Saturday, January 27th 12 – 4pm

Arts and Science Day will take place on Saturday January 27th, 2018 from 12-4pm. The day is a lot of fun and includes a variety of art and science inspired activities as well as musical performances by our talented kids. Some highlights will be: Open Mic Slime Architecture Sound Design Japanese Calligraphy Paper Airplane Engineering…

Lost Jacket? Take a look in the Lost and Found!

There are jackets, sweaters, sweatshirts, hats, mittens, backpacks, lunch boxes, and water bottles in our lost and found which is located in the cafeteria. Please come and see if any of the items belong to your child. Any items that have not found a home will be donated.

Getting started with Konstella

To help our parent community stay informed and in touch, PS372 uses Konstella, an app specifically designed for schools. Konstella is a private social platform that allows you, the PTA, your children’s teachers, and the school administration to communicate. Everything that is shared on Konstella is only accessible to our parents, teachers and staff. Here…

One School One Book – Year One!

The One School, One Book project began at the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year with the goal of further supporting the work teachers are doing to celebrate our students’ diverse cultural experiences and heritages. One School, One Book gives every classroom (all grades at both the ICT and the ASD sites) the same Read-Aloud book to read…

GET TOGETHER – Spring Gala and Silent Auction was a big success!

On Saturday, March 18th, Littlefield was the place where DJ Ron Like Hell, spun hits old and new. Avlee Greek Kitchen, Bonnie’s Grill, Insa and Good Fork provided delicious food. Li-Lac Chocolates kept things sweet with their confections. Parents, teachers, and staff danced, laughed and bid on our fabulous auction items. We want to thank…

A Message from Attorney General Schneiderman and State Education Commissioner Elia On Protecting Immigrant Students

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 27, 2017 Attorney General Schneiderman New York City Press Office / 212-416-8060 Albany Press Office / 518-776-2427 nyag.pressoffice@ag.ny.gov Twitter: @AGSchneiderman New York State Education Department For More Information, Contact: Jonathan Burman or Jeanne Beattie (518) 474-1201 www.nysed.gov Twitter: @NYSEDNews A.G. SCHNEIDERMAN AND STATE EDUCATION COMMISSIONER ELIA ADVISE SCHOOLS ON PROTECTING IMMIGRANT STUDENTS In…

Letter from Chancellor Farina on Immigration

Thank you, Chancellor Farina for speaking up on behalf of our city’s immigrants. On January 30th, 2017, in her letter to families, the Chancellor wrote: “The New York City Department of Education (DOE) and the Mayor’s Office are committed to protecting the right of every student in New York City to attend public school, regardless of…

Welcome from Ms. Rosa!

September 1, 2016   Dear Children’s School Students and Families,   I am so excited to welcome you to the 2016–2017 school year at The Children’s School!  I hope you enjoyed your summer relaxing and making wonderful memories with friends and family.  My family and I visited fun parks like Sesame Place and spent quality…

After School Registration for 2016-2017 Is Now Open!

This year brings a slight change to our After School Program. Because of the new daily schedule, 8:20am-2:40pm, teachers and para professionals now have their scheduled Professional Development on Monday and Tuesday afternoons and are not available for the After School Program. In order to accommodate the children and families in the After School Program…

Your Contributions at Work for Your Kids

Due to a surplus in reserves, from years of careful budgeting and spending, the PTA put out an open request to our community of parents and teachers for one-time spending proposals for the coming school year. After being reviewed and voted on at our final PTA meeting of the 2015-2016  school year, we are very excited to announce that all proposals passed. We…