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Welcome to P.S. 236


Welcome to P.S. 236 

School Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 2:20pm

Lead By Example

Together for Children

The students enjoyed the carnival.
Thank you to the P.A.

           Upcoming Dates:      

November 4th - Election Day - No school for students
November 11th - Veterans Day - No school
November 13th - Parent-Teacher Conf.
11:40am dismissal
November 20th - Pre-K Non attendance day
November 25th  -PA Meeting 7:00pm
November 27th - Thanksgiving No School
November 28th - No School

Science Exhibition 2014

Lego Exhibition 2014

Pajama Day

The Parent Association funded the Music For Many, Inc. Assembly

April Armstrong (storyteller & singer) & Ayodele Maakheru (musician)

Spelling Bee at P.S. 236

1st Place - Daniel Koulta
2nd Place - Adam Konstantinovsky
3rd Place - Celina Greco


roared into P.S. 236!

Thank you to the PA for

sponsoring this

exciting assembly!


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Class 5-201 won the SuccessMaker

@ Home Snowball Spectacular!

They worked for 47.4 hours combined

as a class during Winter Recess

utilizing the Pearson SuccessMaker

Program at home.

Their efforts paid off -

they came in #1 in NYC!

P.S. 236’s Goals

In looking at trends from a city and state prospective as well as using summative and formative assessments and our own in house data sources, we can see that our needs are the following:

  • Increase the number of students scoring at level 4 from level 3.
  • Increase the number of students making progress within level 3 and level 4.
  • Continue to have our Special Education subgroup make exemplary gains

A review of data suggests that student weaknesses in ELA are in the following areas:

  • Determining the meaning of new words using context clues, a dictionary or a glossary
  • Reading to collect and interpret data, facts and ideas from multiple sources
  • Identifying information that is implied rather than stated
  • Observing the rules of punctuation, capitalization and spelling and using correct grammatical construction

 A review of data suggests that student weaknesses in Math are in the following areas:

  • Thorough Problem Solving involving the showing of all work
  • Use of math vocabulary appropriately

 P.S. 236 will work toward strengthening these areas in student performance and progress. 


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