News and Updates

 

March 4, 2019, All NYC Public Schools Closed today due to inclement weather. 

February 18-22 for Midwinter Recess. Return to school on February 25th.

   đź“šFebruary 1st through February 8th-The annual Read-A-Thon fundraiser begins next week Information will be sent home soon in folders by the end of this week. It's an amazing way to get your kids reading more and raise money for school enrichments. There will be some pretty awesome prizes including a Kindle Fire, gift certificates to Greenpoint Toy Store, and the student who logs the most reading minutes will get to be Principal For A Day! 

 February 11-15 Respect for All week.  More information will be going home soon!

 Sign into your â€Şâ€ŽNYCSchoolsAccount‬ to track your child’s NYS English and Math exams results and progress: www.mystudent.ny (Contact your parent coordinator for assistance signing up for NYCSchoolsAccount)

Up coming Community Events

 

Thursday, February 7, 2019 From 7-8:30 pm, Dupont Senior Housing at  80 Dupont Street. District 14 School Siting Discussion.    Come learn about the update on the siting of the new school in Greenpoint with Council Member Levin and District 14 representatives. Sponsored by Council Member Stephen Levin.

94th Precinct Community Council Meeting :    7 PM  1st Wednesday excluding July, August & December . St. John's Lutheran Church, 155 Milton Street, Greenpoint

 On July 1, 2017 Greenpoint Library closed for rebuild. The new Greenpoint Library & Environmental Education Center is expected to open in  2019.   All Greenpoint Library holds will be available for pickup at Leonard Library starting July 3, 2017. Bookmobile service will be provided near Greenpoint Library on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11am to 4pm.

 

 

 

PS 34 Mission Statement

At PS 34 we are committed to the academic success of every child. The school’s mission is to teach a rigorous academic curriculum, complimented by a wide range of enrichment opportunities, inclusive of the arts, in a supportive and safe environment.  Our students are challenged to become lifelong learners who are well prepared for the demands of the 21st century.  We believe the high expectations of today will nurture successful and productive citizens of tomorrow.  As a community of professional learners we empower our students to grow academically by teaching them critical and analytical thinking skills in full alignment with state and national standards. Supported by and in collaboration with families and community members, we expect students to aim high by addressing the individual needs of diverse learners and by strengthening the development of a well-rounded child who is fully prepared for their educational complexities beyond elementary school.