• NYC Kids Rise Save for College program for Kindergarten, First & Second grade

    This school year, @nycschools kindergarteners , first graders and second graders can participate in the #SaveForCollege Program & get free NYC Scholarship Accounts with an initial $100 for college + career!

    Participating Kindergarten, newly enrolled 1st and 2nd grade Families will receive a Welcome Kit in Mid-January and will be able to activate their accounts. When you activate your child’s NYC Scholarship Account, NYC Kids Rise will put $25 reward towards your child’s account.

    First and second grade families who were at PS 34 last year can activate their accounts now.  

    Do you have questions about the Program? Call the NYC Kids RISE Hotline at 833-543-7473 or email the DOE at  or Contact Ms. Kowalski at

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  • Annual Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Notification for School Year 2023-24

    The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) gives parents and students age 18 and older rights over student education records. The Parents’ Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security(Open external link) provides you with additional rights, and Chancellor’s Regulation A-820(Open external link) provides additional information.


    You can read these notices in various languages. 

    Annual FERPA Notification (School Year 2023-24)

     Parents' Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security  


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  • Afterschool Programs

    Local Afterschool Programs

    The PTA has compiled a list of local afterschool programs
    This collection offers a variety of options for families. Check back often for updates.
    Is your child being picked up by an afterschool program? Let us know.
    For your child’s safety, it is important that the school is notified of people and programs that can pick up your children at the end of the day.
    Parents/guardians who are having their children picked up after school by outside programs will need to notify the school by printing and completing the release form Here.
    Please return the form to your child’s teacher or email to Ms. Kowalski, or before the start of the program.
    School Settlement Association Grades k-5
    School Settlement Association at PS34 is a school-based program that only enrolls PS34 participants in grades k-5. Families can now begin to sign up online for the 2023-2024 school year. The program runs from the end of the school day to 5:45 pm beginning on September 18, 2023.
    How to Apply:
    Step 1 - Visit DYCD Discover : Create an account
    Step 2 – Search for the program school (PS34)
    Step 3 - Complete the application and submit.
    Please note that application submission does NOT mean your child/ren are enrolled in the program. You will receive an acceptance letter via email from the Assistant Director Jose Flores to confirm that you have been accepted into the program.
    For questions you can contact Mr. Jose or Flora Hernandez
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  • Activate your NYC Schools Account

    Get your NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) 

    With a NYC Schools Account current Department of Education families can see their children’s academic information, such as grades and attendance, and confirm your address and information. We can help you create your account once enrolled.

    Contact  your Parent Coordinator Ms. Deise Kowalski ( for your personal account creation code and get started today!

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  • NY State ELA Assessments 5th grade

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  • Virtual Information Forum with Principal Beugoms

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  • Climate Action Day: Health, Wellness & Greenspaces

    Climate Action Day: Health, Wellness &  Green Spaces.

    We encourage the PS 34 community to Eat Plant-Based Meals for at least 2 Meals this week to Reduce Green House Gas emissions and promote better health.





    Eating a plant-based diet reduces your carbon footprint by decreasing the huge amount of natural resources required to produce animal foods. Plant-based foods require significantly fewer resources and produce less greenhouse gas than animal foods. Eating fruits and vegetables are also good for your health. 

    Learn more:

    Contact: Deise Kowalski, Parent Coordinator at

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  • PS 34 Poem in your pocket day!

    Poem in Your Pocket Day   
    April 18, 2024

    April is National Poetry Month. Every April, on Poem in Your Pocket Day, people celebrate by selecting a poem, carrying it with them, and sharing it with others throughout the day at schools, bookstores, libraries, parks, workplaces, and on social media using the hashtag #PocketPoem

    Join PS 34 in “Poem in Your Pocket Day”!

    There are two ways for students to participate.

    1-Write your favorite poem and draw a picture about it. You can also create your own poem.
    Bring it into school on April 18 to share with your class & friends.
    We will display all the poetry and artwork handed in by the main entrance bulletin boards.
    Make sure to include your name, class, poem title, and author’s name
    2-Create a Flipgrid video of you reading your favorite poem or a poem you created. (see link on ParentSquare)

    Make sure to introduce yourself with your name and class, say the title of the poem and author before you begin. Videos must be recorded by April 17. Flipgrid’s will be shared on Parent Square on April 18.

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  • Spring Recess: School Closed

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Mr. Alain Beugoms, PS 34 Principal

PS 34 Virtual Parent Information Forum with Principal Beugoms & Parent Coordinator Ms. Kowalski.

Principal Beugoms, will be holding monthly information sessions for families over Zoom. 

Check Parent Square for zoom link,  date and time!







Income Inquiry Forms

Complete the School Income Inquiry Form for 2023-2024

Support School Funding-School Income Inquiry forms.

School lunches are provided free of charge to all students, and you do not need to apply for your child to receive meals. However, we kindly request that families complete the Family Income Inquiry Form.

This form can help our school receive funding for various programs. 

Families can  now visit to conveniently complete the form online.

Paper forms have been sent home and are also available in the main office. 


NYC DOE Chancellor Messages for Families

Latest messages for Families from the NYC Department Of Education 

For official letter and translations, visit:
To read the most updated messages in other languages visit


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