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What's Going On This Month...

Log into your NYC Schools Account to see your child's recent test scores, attendance records, and grades.

For the students that are new to our school, or for the parent that never accessed their child's account. 

You will receive your child's creation code the second week in October.

 

September 2018- Lunch Menu.pdf  Click to view                        September 2018-Breakfast Menu.pdf  Click to view 

 

SEPTEMBER 2018

OCTOBER 2018

NOVEMBER 2018

Wednesday, September 5th

School Session Begins For All Students.

*Early dismissal for Kindergarten students only at 1:10pm.

*Partial school time for Pre-K public school students.

Monthly Assembly

Friday, October 5th

Grades K to 2 @ 10:40am

Grades 3 to 5 @ 11:50am

In the Auditorium

 

Tuesday, November 6th

Election Day & Chancellor’s Conference Day for staff
development.

Students will not be in attendance.

 

Thursday, September 6th

First full day for Kindergarten students. 

 

Monday, October 8th

Columbus Day observed

(schools closed)

 

Monday, November 12th

Veterans Day Observed

(schools closed)

Thursday, September 6th

 Partial school time for

Pre-K public school students.

P.T.A Meeting

Tues. Oct. 16th 

7pm 

Thursday, November 15th 

Parent-Teacher Conferences 
  Early dismissal for elementary school students.

Early Dismissal

Pre-K Dismissal @11:30am

K to 5 Dismissal @11:40am

 Monday, September 10th

&

Tuesday,September 11th


Rosh Hashanah

(schools closed)

"When educating the minds of our youth, we must not forget to educate their hearts"
--Dalai Lama

Your Future Starts Here! 

P.T.A Meeting

Tues. Nov. 20th 

7pm in the Auditorium

Monday, September 17th

Meet Your Teacher

Evening 5:30PM

Picture Day

Thursday, Oct. 18th

Friday, Oct. 19th  

Thursday, November 22nd

&

Friday, November 23rd

Thanksgiving Recess

(schools closed)

P.T.A Meeting

Tuesday, September 18th

7:00pm in the Auditorium

 

 

 

Wednesday, September 19th

Yom Kippur

(schools closed)

 

 

     
     
     

    For information about school cancellations due to weather or emergencies:

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Facebook: facebook.com/nycschools

Call: 311 

NYC Schools Account

Log into your NYC Schools Account to see your child's

recent test scores, attendance records, and grades.

Visit: https://mystudent.nyc/ 

If  you need a creation code to log in, email your child's name and grade to LSchiliro@schools.nyc.gov and one will be sent to you.

Want to Know More?

School Leadership Team

(SLT) Meetings 2018- 2019

Meeting Time: 3:30pm   Room: 128

(Dates to be Announced)

For more information please contact Ms. Berruti @ JBerrut@schools.nyc.gov

Visit: PTA's Page

District 8, CEC, UFT, NYC Department of Education and Community News

      • PARENTS AS PARTNERS WORKSHOP - TBA at 1230 Zerega Ave /10:30am-12:30pm  

      • C.E.C. - DISTRICT 8 COMMUNITY EDUCATIONAL COUNCIL - TBA, at 6pm Business/7:15pm General 

      • P.A.P.E.C. -District 8 Presidents' Council  TBA, @ 6:30pm

      • The Morning Bell Official Blog of NYC DOE https://morningbellnyc.com/

      • UFT WORKSHOP ON  To Be Announced -  2500 Halsey Street Bx. NY 10461 

Joseph J. Nobile - Principal

"Never Give Up, And Always Do Your BEST!" 

Our Vision And Mission

At P.S. 304, The Early Childhood Lab School, we welcome and embrace children from a myriad of cultural, social and religious backgrounds. Our primary goal is to open and educate young minds and instill a lifelong love of learning. Our school environment nurtures tolerance, acceptance of others, and of oneself. We work hard to build a well-rounded educational foundation. At the cornerstone are effective, committed and driven teachers who inspire students to improve academically, while pushing their own creative, physical and intellectual boundaries. The social and emotional development of every child is as of much concern to us as the academic piece. Administration, teachers and staff are single-minded in the goal of providing an optimal learning environment for students. Educators are supported professionally, and in turn, support students to meet their fullest potential. P.S. 304 is a collaborative, concerned community, conscious of the well-being of the whole child. Parent involvement is not only welcomed, it is considered an essential element to the continued success of our students and their school.

Bonnie Boltax - Asst. Principal

The more that you read, the more you will know.  The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.    -Dr. Seus

P.T.A. Facebook Grade Pages and other Media coming soon.

 

Pre-K Third Grade
Kindergarten Fourth Grade
First Grade Fifth Grade
Second Grade https://twitter.com/NYC_School