News and Updates
School Closed- December 34-January 1 for Winter Recess
January 2, 2019 - Students Return to School
Sign into your NYCSchoolsAccount 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
Sunday, October 28 Town Square 's 15th Annual Greenpoint Children's Halloween Parade, Spooktacular Party . at 176 Java Street Brooklyn. for more information visit https://www.townsquareinc.com/
Saturday, October 27, 2018 Town Square - School Fest from 12-4 pm at John Ericsson Middle School 126 (424 Leonard Street, Brooklyn NY) for more information visit https://www.townsquareinc.com/
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.
Home of the First Polish Dual Language Program
For questions, contact Ms. Deise Kowalski, Parent Coordinator, email@example.com
PS 34 Welcomes our dads, grandfathers, uncles, brothers, cousins and all male caregivers to our annual Dad's Take Your Child to School Day Event!
September 18, 2018
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A very special guest visits PS 34 from Poland
Agata Kornhauser-Duda, wife of the President of the Republic of Poland Visits PS 34
On Thursday, May 17, the PS 34 hosted a very special guest Agata Kornhauser-Duda, wife of the President of the Republic of Poland. During an almost two-hour visit to PS 34 , she met with the administration, teachers and parents of children attending bilingual Polish-English classes. She also took part in the classes conducted as part of the Polish Dual Language Program. She visited the children learning in the Dual Language kindergarten and first grade classes.
The first lady, who herself is a teacher with several years of experience, not only talked to children, but also read to them from a book by Janina Papuzinska entitled "My Mother a Sorceress." During the visit, Agata Kornhauser-Duda had the opportunity to learn about the curriculum and the dual languange education program at PS 34.
The first lady was very impressed with the dual language program and the knowledge of students participating in this program as well as the commitment of the parents and teachers to bilingual education. She expressed this in an entry in school’s special guests sign in book, which is almost 70 years old.
"With heartfelt thanks to the Directorate, Teachers and Parents for their involvement in the introduction of the Polish bilingual program at PS 34 and good luck in its implementation" - wrote Agata Kornhauser-Duda, who is the most important person representing the Polish government who has visited our school.
PS 34 in The News and Videos
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Our Green STEM Afterschool students got to “network” with the architects and builders from Marble Fairbanks, who are planning and building the new LEED certified library; checked out the “golden shovel” with the President of Brooklyn Public Library, Linda Johnson; our Press Team, Madison & Ixchel were busy interviewing attendees; and Lana even got some advice from Deputy Brooklyn Borough President, Diana Reyna, on middle school selection. Take a look at: Greenpoint Star, bklyner, greenpointers
Happy Holidays from our PS 34 family to yours!
Save the Date:
PS 34’s Holidays Around the World Night
When: December 12, 2018 Time: 5:30-7:30
Where: MS 126 Cafeteria (424 Leonard St, Brooklyn, NY 11222)
We need your help to make it a success!
Families will enjoy a night of ethnic foods and music prepared by our families. It’s a great opportunity for families to represent their culture through its unique cuisine, music etc. It will be an exciting and fun event!
In order to make this night a success, we need you to partner with us. We are asking for donations & contributions of ethnic dishes that represent your culture and other items. ( Holidays Around the world donation form .pdf )
If you would like to contribute a performance or in any other way, please contact Ms. Kowalski, Dkowalski@schools.nyc.gov or 718-389-5842.
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NYC DOE School Calendar 2018-2019
7 Habits of Happy Kids
2018-2019 School Tour Dates :
2018- December 19.
2019- January 16 & 30, February 27, March 27, April 17, May 29.
School Tours are scheduled from 9:00 to 10:00 am.
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.