Mrs. Siciliano's Recycling Project.....Helping to make our school a greener place!!
6th and 7th grade Parents please join us tonight Monday June 23rd at 6:45pm in the school cafeteria.
High School directories were given out on Friday June 20th. Please make sure you ask your child for this book as there are many changes to the admission process.
This information also helps our school fund our programs.
Avoid the brain drain.....
ELA COMMON CORE READING LISTS FOR.docx
Find your Summer Reading List at the Brooklyn Public Library
Congratulations to our Ezra Jack Keats Book Making City-wide contest winners for their original work, Journey to the Stars by Kacy Lin & Gianluca Pellegrini
! Thank you to our Librarian Mrs. Keegan as well as our Art Teachers, Mrs. Coniglione and Ms. Dorval for their support and assistance. Check out the news clip from CBS 2 news here
Congratulations to our Kindergartener , Nicholas Ferrara
, for winning 3rd Place in the Second district Dental Society's 2014 Children's Dental Health Month Poster
. The winning poster may be viewed here
. Congratulations to Mrs. T Coniglione our art Teacher!
Find out how 229 is doing in comparison to other NYC Public Schools. Congratulations
to everyone, children, families, and staff, for a job well-done! Click Here!
Congratulations to P.S./I.S.229K for being named as “Reward Schools” by New York State’s Education Commissioner King and the Board of Regents. Our School was one of the 249 public schools in 163 districts so designated. The designation is given each year to NYS public schools that demonstrate “having all its students achieve college and career-ready standards” by making the “most progress or having the highest performance with no significant gaps in student achievement.”
The complete list of “Reward Schools” can be viewed at:http://www.p12.nysed.gov/accountability/ESEADesignations.html.
Congratulations to our 8th Grade Superintendent class graduates, 100% passed the June 2013 Algebra Regents!!
Please check out the PS 229 Photo gallery for new school happenings as well as pictures of our District 20 Office Art Exhibit!!
**Link to photo gallery located at top of webpage**
Our school mascot has been voted on and the winner is...... Read more...
Just added "P.S./I.S.229 Photo Gallery".... (School Tour)
** See Top Toolbar for Gallery**
Parents please register on our website! At the bottom left you will find a link to "Parent Registration". By doing so you will be able to receive email alerts as well important information.
Parents & Visitors:
Please remember to always
present ID when visiting PS229
It's for the safety of your children!
Thanks for visiting us!
Notice our translation tool located at the bottom left of our web site. You may read about us here in one of 60 different languages.
In lieu of recent events, please be advised that the doors to the Main Entrance will be locked at 8:15 A.M. daily, therefore, all students should be in school by 8:10 A.M. If you bring your child to school after the doors are locked, please knock on the door for security and wait to be admitted. You will need to show your identification upon entering the building. Your cooperation is appreciated.
National PTA created guides for schools to help familiarize parents
with the Common Core State Standards. It may be accessed via this link:
www.pta.org/4446.htm or on ARIS: National PTA Parent Guides for the Common Core State Standards.
standards are designed to increase rigor in the classroom and will
require more inquiry, explanation and analysis from students. Students
will begin to present and defend arguments, provide evidence and
persuasion in their writing and classroom discussions. The ELA
curriculum will have to contain more informational text in K-12. Early
childhood will have to experience more informational text, in additional
to the literature that is traditionally taught.
The Common Core
Standards is NOT a curriculum. It is meant to clearly prescribe what
children MUST know and learn at the conclusion of every grade. Selected
curriculum resources MUST reflect the requirements of the Common Core
The new K-12 standards are set to be implemented over
the next three years and students are expected to perform at a higher
level. The NYS K-12 assessments will begin to reflect the rigor of the
For those who are interested in reviewing the Common Core Standards, please click on to the following link: www.corestandards.org.
The NYC Gifted & Talented Program Handbooks for 2013-2014 are now available.
The handbook contains information regarding the admissions process. If
you are interested in having your child tested for possible placement
into a Gifted & Talented program, please request a copy of the
appropriate handbook from the school or visit www.nyc.gov/schools/gt.
We are encouraging families who chose to apply, should do so online at www.nyc.gov/schools/choicesenrollment/applyonline.
If you should have any questions, please do not hesitate to give Andrea Abrams, Parent Coordiantor a call at 718.236.5447.
WELCOME TO ARIS PARENT LINK
ARIS Parent Link (APL) is a new online tool for
parents, available in nine languages that provides you with detailed
information about the academic progress of your child and our school.
APL includes: your child's attendance record, grades, scores on state
tests and in-class assessments, as well as, Quality Reviews, Progress
Reports, and survey results. In order to log in you need your child's
Student ID number and your temporary APL password. Your role is crucial to your child's
academic success. Become an active partner in your child's
education-check out www.arisparentlink.org today!
Message from the Department of Education:
Parents Can Sign Up for School Alerts
It's easier than
ever to stay updated about events affecting your child's school. If
school opens late or dismisses early, or if it relocates or closes
temporarily because of bad weather or other unexpected events, you can
now receive an update in real-time via phone, text message, or e-mail.
Families can sign up to receive school updates for up to five specific
aip codes through Notify NYC, the City's public notification system.
To sign up for the free service, click here or call 311.