Message from the Principal

Dear Students, Parents and Families,

As many of you are aware, the District 8 CEC and the NYCDOE have been busy preparing a proposal for the rezoning of the Throggs Neck area schools.  On December 20, 2017, the CEC will meet at 6:00 pm at PS 93 to vote on the proposal.  I have attached a resource below that explains the rezoning and includes specific information for PK parents and how the rezoning affects registration for Kindergarten.  If you have any questions or would like further information, please speak with our Parent Coordinator, Ms. Veronica Brugman at 718-822-5312, 1081.  If I do not see or speak with you, have a wonderful holiday.  Thank you for your continued support.

Educationally yours,

Ms. Margarita Colón

     
 

 Throgs Neck Flyer for PK Families v 6.pdf 

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Vision Statement

P.S. 72 is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for students, families, and staff. As we foster the social and emotional development of our diverse learners, we ensure that through a rigorous CCLS aligned curriculum our children’s higher order thinking is stimulated and deep understanding is built through engaging, inquiry based learning experiences that will prepare them for college and careers. Dialogue between families and school will be grounded in shared data around students' learning and success that reflects school wide goals.

Mission Statement

P.S. 72 staff will ensure that all students receive engaging, rigorous, and differentiated instruction. We will set high expectations for success and prompt students to think deeply through questioning, inquiry, and application of knowledge. We will ensure student’s learning is monitored through on-going assessment and self-reflection.

Instructional Focus

Writers will develop a working understanding of how, why, and what they learn impacts their writing.