Students from this school will go to summer school at the following location(s): (If you see multiple locations, contact your home school at #PHONE_NUMBER# or call 311 for more information.)
The daily schedule for all grades includes breakfast and lunch. Please ensure that your child arrives at school on time every day.
Schools and central offices will be closed Friday, July 4th (Independence Day).
When a student doesn’t meet the promotion standards for his or her grade, the family will get a letter recommending that the student go to summer school. If you have a question about whether your child should attend summer school, please contact the principal at your child's school. Families can appeal promotion decisions, but not until after summer school students have been evaluated in August. What to Expect: Promotion and Summer School is an illustrated flyer available in nine languages. A guide for parents and families with the most frequently asked questions about Summer School 2014 is available below. For printing instructions, click here. English اردو Español Kreyòl Ayisyen Français Bengali Русский 한국어 中文 العربية
Between June 27th and August 29th, free breakfast and lunch will be provided to children during summer school. For more information about meals click here
Chancellor’s Regulation A-501 covers promotion standards and the appeal process.
New residents of New York City and temporary residents who are visiting for the summer (and who are not currently registered in the NYC public school system and will not be enrolled for the 2014-15 school year) can attend summer school tuition-free if they can provide necessary documentation and meet eligibility requirements. Parents or guardians must provide a copy of the student's report card or transcript from the student's current school. Non-public school (private/parochial) and charter school students may attend summer school by registering in person at any school in their district, if they meet eligibility requirements. The parent or guardian must review and complete an enrollment application form and bring a copy of the report card and/or transcript to the district school for registration. The enrollment form will be provided to you by your child’s current school and be signed by the principal of your child’s current school.
Non-residents (students who do not reside in New York city) are eligible to attend summer school if they meet eligibility criteria and pay tuition. Complete this application and bring it to the school you wish to attend. Parents or guardians must provide a copy of the student’s report card or transcript from the student’s current school. The registering parent should send the signed application form, along with payment to: Bureau of Non-School Payables 65 Court Street, Room 1503 Brooklyn, NY 11201
For a list of Summer School 2014 Affiliated Sites, please download this document.
Current and former DOE employees can apply online for 2014 summer school positions. Priority will be given to applications received before June 10, 2014. If you need assistance with the online application, contact HR Connect at 718-935-4000. View a summer school calendar that includes dates relevant to staff members.