Learning Bridges Child Care

As the New York City Department of Education resumes in-person schooling this fall, most schools and early childhood programs will operate on a blended learning model. This means that each week, students will have some school days in person, and some school days remotely. Learning Bridges is a new program that will provide free child care options for children from 3-K through 8th grade on days when they are scheduled for remote learning. If you are interested in the Learning Bridges program, please complete this survey or call 311.

Programs will become available on a rolling basis beginning at the start of school. The Learning Bridges programs will:

  • Be operated by community-based organizations and other partners
    · Provide opportunities for children to connect to their remote learning activities
    · Include time for art, recreation, and other age-appropriate activities
    · Follow the same rigorous health and safety precautions as schools

If you would like to enroll, please complete the Enrollment Form.

You will be able to select from a menu of multiple languages available. 

 Middle School Information for 5th Grade 

Middle School Application Update

The application for students entering middle school in fall 2021 is open, and the deadline to apply is February 9, 2021. You can apply to up to 12 programs with your child's middle school application.

-Learn more at schools.nyc.gov/Middle
Our MySchools tutorial videos—part of our Middle School Admissions Video Series—will walk you through how to set up your account.

-Contact Ms. Deise Kowalski at Dkowalski@schools.nyc.gov

Middle School Virtual Tours

Remote Learning & Electronic Communications

DOE Student Email Account Set up Instructions for Remote learning

Students will need to use the DOE Student Email Account they created last year to access their Google Classrooms in September for Remote Learning. Please follow the DOE Student Email Account Set Up Instructions below to get started or retrieve your account ID and password:

  1. Go to Student Account Self Service https://idm.nycenet.edu/students/start.form
  2. Enter your 9-digit Student ID number. (You can find your Student ID number on a report card, contact your teacher on Dojo or  Ms. Deise Kowalski Parent Coordinator at Dkowalski@schools.nyc.gov
  3. Enter your birthday.
  4. Click Continue.
  5. If the information you enter matches your student record, your username will be displayed. 
  6. Your student ID is your username followed by @nycstudents.net

Access Google Classroom

In September PS 34 will be using Google Classrooms once again this year for Remote Learning.  Please follow the instructions below to access your child's Google Classroom.

How to Access Google Classroom

Please follow the instructions below to access Google Classroom using your NYCStudent net login.

Where to start

  1. Go to TeachHub
  2. Enter your DOE student account email (it ends in @nycstudents.net)
  3. Enter your password.
  4. Click Sign In.
  5. If the username and password entered are correct, you will be signed into the remote learning portal successfully.
  6. Click on the Google Classroom icon.
  7. Now you are in Google Classroom!


Devices for Remote Learning

Do you need a device, need technical support or to fix a broken device, or are dealing with a lost or stolen device? Call DOE’s IT Help desk at 718-935-5100 and press 5 to get assistance. 


 You can also get quick help online:

·         Browse tech support topics: schools.nyc.gov/technicaltools

·         File a tech support ticket: schools.nyc.gov/techsupport

·         Request a device: schools.nyc.gov/devices

·         Get support with a DOE-issued iPad: schools.nyc.gov/ipadfixes

·         Issues with your Internet connection: schools.nyc.gov/internet


NYC Schools Account

NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) is a web-based application that lets you see your child’s academic and biographic information on any computer, phone, or tablet.

 NYSCA - ENG 1,  Polish, Spanish.

The application is translated into nine languages other than English. In the account, you can see a child’s:

  • Attendance • Grades (SCHOOL REPORT CARD) • Assessments (test scores) • Health information (Fitness-gram) • Schedule • Guardians • Enrollment history • Promotion Tracker • Graduation Tracker • Reading Level • Transportation

How to Create an Account:

You can create your NYC Schools Account online at mystudent.nyc . You will need the Account Creation Code that was sent home with your child in a letter with your report card during Parent-Teacher conferences. In addition to this code, you will need the child’s 9-digit student ID number (found on your child’s report card) to create an NYC Schools Account or to add additional children to an existing account.

Parent NYCSA Sign-Up Guide - The guide provides a visual step-by-step on setting up your account. Also, take a look at the video for the setup process https://vimeo.com/497731682 

You can request your child’s account creation code and student ID by contacting me, Ms. Deise Kowalski, Parent Coordinator at DKowalski@schools. nyc. gov

Emergency Alerts

If you are a parent who lives with your child, or a custodial or non-custodial guardian, you can update your own cell phone number and email address in your NYC Schools Account, using the Emergency Contact page found under My Account. The cell phone number you provide will be used by the DOE to contact you directly in the event of an emergency. We recommend reaching out to your child’s school to confirm that their records reflect your updated contact information and preferences.

You can now invite other adults who are associated with your child's school record to have their own account.

You can invite relatives, the babysitter, a neighbor, or tutor, or a parent who lives in a different place, or anyone
else who you feel is important to share your child’s information with. However, as some of this information is
kept private by schools, we ask you to consider carefully whom you will invite. You control how much or how
little information you want to share with them. For more information: NYCSAParentFlyer_2017.pdf 


Connect with NYC DOE

Connect with the New York City Department of Education and get up to the minute announcements on social media.

Subscribe to NYC DOE Email Newsletters and to receive information:

Updates for Parents and Families

Pre-Kindergarten Admission

Kindergarten Admissions

Gifted and Talented Admissions

Middle School Admissions

High School Admissions

Specialized High Schools Admissions

Summer in the City

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Learning & Activities

Health & Wellness

Whats for Lunch?

Make sure to check out the MENU.

PS 34 is offering Free Take-out Meals for our Remote Learning students from 9am-12pm.
(The pick-up door is marked on Eckford Street Schoolyard)

Take-Out Meals for Remote Learning

Remote Learning Students may pick up a free breakfast and lunch at select locations. The parents/guardians of those students may also pick up the take-out meals. Take-out meals for students and other NYC children will be available on school days from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM. No registration, ID, or documentation required.

Find a Take-Out Meal Location Near You

  • Find a Take-Out Meal Location
  • Text "NYC FOOD" or "NYC COMIDA" to 877-877 (text messaging and data rates apply)

What's on the Menu

  • See what's on the menu for free breakfast and lunch this month.
  • Dates, locations, and menus are subject to change.

Meals for All New Yorkers

Please visit the community meals page for more information on meals for all New Yorkers. 


Free School Meals for All Continue

The NYC Department of Education’s Office of Food and Nutrition Service continues to serve free school meals at more than 1,100 sites throughout the city.  We know the need is tremendous, and we want to make sure everyone knows where they can pick up three meals a day, every Monday through Friday, no questions asked.  Help us keep spreading the word by sharing the following resources.

Find a nearby site by:

Texting 'NYC Food' to 877-877

Going to our searchable map that includes: 

1,100+ sites serving children and their families 9 am-12 pm

250+ community meal sites serving everyone, 3 pm-5 pm

Halal and kosher service

Find more information on our website and download our informational flyer in EnglishEspañolFrançais, and Kreyòl Ayisyen


For updated Grab and Go meal sites and updates on COVID-19 Emergency Food Distribution visit. NYC.GOV/Getfood


Emergency Food Assistance

Hunger Free America - Food Pantry/Soup Kitchen Listing
Use the link below to access a listing of food pantries and soup kitchens nearest you by address

If you need emergency food assistance, call the Emergency Food Hotline at 866-888-8777 or 311 to find a local pantry or kitchen. There's no income limit for emergency food.

You can also visit the NYC Food Bank.

Adult Education

The District 79 Adult Education program is open for online FALL enrollment! Any adult 21 and older is welcome to enroll in our free program.
Classes will begin September 10th
After the form is submitted, someone from our School 7 staff will contact you with more information on the next steps:
We will be using the Google classroom platform for our free HSE and ESL classes. 
Any questions or concerns you or your parents have you can contact me via email at OACES7@SCHOOLS.NYC.GOV or cell at 917-612-7831

PS 34 PTA Bylaws

 Bylaws are designed to help a PTA group function in an orderly manner.  The PS 34 PTA Bylaws are available to PS 34 Parents in the link below. 

 PTA Bylaws_Polish.pdf 

 PTA Bylaws English.pdf 

Parents' Bill of Rights

Each child's maximum potential can best be achieved through a partnership between parents and the education community.  To foster active engagement between parents and schools, parents have certain rights and responsibilities: 

Parent's Bill of Rights is available in  Polish  English  Spanish 

Notify NYC is the City's emergency alert system. Get notified about school closings and other emergency-related items in several different categories.