Message from the Principal
Dear Students, Parents and Families,
Thank you for all of your support during this past school year. All students have received a homework packages in Literacy and Mathematics to complete this summer. These are due the first day students return to school, Thursday, September 7, 2017. If you are new to our school or have misplaced your packages, you can download each grade's packages on this website under "Parents and Families". Have a wonderful summer. See you in September!
Ms. Margarita Colón
Last Day of Summer School
The last day of summer school for students. For more information, please click:P.S. 072 Dr. William Dorney
First Day of School
First day of school for all students. Please, stay tuned for specific PK and K schedules.P.S. 072 Dr. William Dorney
PS 72 WEBSITE ACCESSABILITY
We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact Mr. Malcolm McDowell, Assistant Principal, to request assistance."
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.
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.
Staff and students will understand how teaching points and strategies impact our writing, why they are important and how they are transferable.