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1 Carmen Fari a, Chancellor Carmen Fari a, Chancellor Carmen Fari a, Chancellor Brooklyn Brooklyn Kindergarten Kindergarten Directory Directory

2 Important Dates 2015 Kindergarten Admissions Questions? Family Welcome Centers nyc.gov/schools/welcomecenters Visit your local Family Welcome Center if you need assistance completing your application or if you have Call Us Helpful Websites Enrollment at pages for Family Welcome Centers Borough Family Welcome Center Districts Served Bronx 1 Fordham Plaza, 7th Floor Bronx, NY , 9, Zerega Avenue Bronx, NY , 11, Ocean Avenue Brooklyn, NY , 18, th Street Brooklyn, NY , 21 Brooklyn 1665 St. Mark s Avenue Brooklyn, NY , 23, Fort Greene Place, Basement (BE12) Brooklyn, NY , 14, 15, Livingston Street Brooklyn, NY , 14, 15, 16 Manhattan 333 Seventh Avenue,12th Floor New York, NY , 2, West 125th Street, 7th Floor New York, NY , 5, Queens Plaza North Long Island City, NY , 30 Queens Linden Place Flushing, NY , Sutphin Boulevard Jamaica, NY , 28, 29 Staten Island 715 Ocean Terrace, Building A Staten Island, NY Cityscape at Night, Grade 3 PS/IS 268, Queens Wendy Newman

3 Carmen Fariña, Chancellor Brooklyn 2015 Kindergarten Directory For Students Starting Kindergarten in September 2015 It is the policy of the New York City Department of Education to provide equal educational opportunities without regard to actual or perceived race, color, religion, age, creed, ethnicity, national origin, alienage, citizenship status, disability, sexual orientation, gender (sex) or weight, and to maintain an environment free of harassment on the basis of any of these grounds, including sexual harassment, as required by law. Inquiries regarding appropriate laws may be directed to: Director, f ce of Equal pportunity Diversity anagement, Court treet, uite, rooklyn, New York, elephone.

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5 Table of Contents Brooklyn Kindergarten Directory Introduction Welcome to Kindergarten Admissions!... 1 The Kindergarten Admissions Process... 1 The Kindergarten Application... 3 Kindergarten Admissions Priorities... 5 Meeting Your Child s Needs How to Read the School Pages Kindergarten Application Map: Citywide Gifted & Talented Schools District Sections District District District District District District District District District District District 23, Choice District District Appendices 2015 Elementary Schools without Kindergarten Elementary Schools with Additional Application Instructions Charter Schools Alphabetical Index

6 Welcome to Kindergarten Admissions! If you live in New York City and your child is turning five years old in 2015, your child should begin kindergarten in September We are excited to welcome your child to our schools and are here to help you along the way. New York City families can apply to kindergarten online, over-the-phone, or in person at a Family Welcome Center. This book is designed to help guide you through every step of Kindergarten Admissions. If you have any questions about applying to kindergarten, call or visit: Kindergarten Admissions Timeline Application period begins on January 7, 2015 Application deadline is February 13, 2015 Placement offers distributed in early April 2015 Pre-registration starts in April 2015 The Kindergarten Admissions Process All New York City students turning five years old in 2015 should apply to kindergarten. This includes students with disabilities and English Language Learners. There are four steps in the admissions process in the year leading up to kindergarten: 1. Explore Your Options and Make Your List of Schools 2. Submit Your Application 3. Receive a Placement Offer 4. Pre-Register Here are a few important facts you should know before you start exploring your kindergarten options. Admission is not first-come, first-served. All applications received by the deadline will be treated the same. Most kindergarten students attend their zoned school. Your zoned school is determined by your home address. If you don t know which school is your zoned school, call 311 or visit: Students are considered for placement at each school based on a priority order called Admissions Prioritie s. Review the Admissions Priorities in each section of this book, and the groups that were admitted to each school last year, to understand whether your child has a good chance of being admitted to particular schools. All five-year-olds are entitled to a kindergarten placement, so even if you miss the application deadline, your child will be able to enroll in kindergarten for the school year. 1. Explore Your Options and Make Your List of Schools We recommend you use this directory to find out more about the process and school options for your child, then visit schools of interest to learn more. To find open house and tour schedules, contact schools or visit As you are preparing your application, make sure to rank programs in order of your preference. You are the only one who can decide what is best for your child and your family. You can list multiple schools on the application, including your zoned school, but only list schools where you would enroll your child if you receive an offer. The list you submit on your application should be based on your preference. Rank the schools you prefer the most first, but also include other schools in case your child cannot be placed at your most preferred school(s). There is no right or wrong approach when ranking schools on your application. Your child s priority to a school is dependent on the school s Admissions Priorities. For example, if you rank three schools ahead of your zoned school and you don t get an offer at any of those three schools, your child may still get an offer to his or her zoned school, because that s where your child has a high priority. Similarly, if you only rank three schools and do not list your zoned school, and you don t get an offer at any of those three schools, your child may still get an offer to his or her zoned school. For more details on A dmissions Priorities, review pages 5-6. Page 1

7 2. Submit Your Application From January 7, 2015 through February 13, 2015, you can apply to your zoned school and any other schools that you believe would be a good fit for your child. You can apply online by visiting in person at a Family Welcome Center, or over-the-phone by calling For a full description of the application methods, see pages Receive a Placement Offer You will receive notification about your placement offer in early April. You will automatically be placed on the waitlist for the schools you ranked higher than the school where your child received an offer. Schools will contact waitlisted families directly if they are able to offer them a seat; no additional action is required to remain on the waitlist. 4. Pre-Register In order to accept your kindergarten offer, you must contact the school to make an appointment to pre-register starting in April. Pre-registering your child at the school where you received an offer does not prevent you from receiving an offer at a school where your child is waitlisted. When pre-registering, you must bring your child with you, as well as: Proof of your child s age (child s birth certificate or passport) Two documents verifying proof of residence. Acceptable documents are listed below: o Utility bill (gas or electric) in the resident s name issued by National Grid, Con Edison, or the Long Island Power Authority; must be dated within the past 60 days o Original lease agreement, deed, or mortgage statement for the residence o Current property tax bill for the residence o Water bill for the residence, dated within the past 90 days o Official payroll documentation from an employer (example: payroll receipt); must be dated within the past 60 days o Document from a federal, state or local government agency (on letterhead) indicating the resident s name and address (example: document from the Internal Revenue Service, New York City Housing Authority, or the Administration for Children s Services); must be dated within the past 60 days Waitlists If you are not offered placement at the school you ranked highest on your application, you will automatically be placed on the waitlist for all schools you ranked higher than the school where your child got an offer. For example, if you received a placement offer for the school you listed third on your application, you will automatically be included on the waitlist for your first and second choice schools. Schools will contact waitlisted families directly if they are able to offe r them a seat; no additional action is required of families at this point in the placement process. Page 2

8 The Kindergarten Application You can apply for kindergarten from January 7, 2015 through February 13, 2015 in one of three ways: online, in person, or over-the-phone. Please do not submit your application by mail or to a school. No matter how you apply, make sure you get a receipt. If you do not receive a receipt, there may have been a problem with your application submission. Application Methods Apply Online Visit to create an account and submit your application. After you submit the application, a receipt will be ed to you. We recommend that you apply online, so you can access your account and receipt at any time. You ll also receive notifications via , which is faster than i nformation sent by mail. Please note: You must have an address to apply online. If you do not have an address and/or do not wish to provide an address, please apply over-the-phone or in person. If you do not have a computer at home and would like to apply online, you can use a computer at any New York City public library with a free library card. To sign up for a free library card, you need to provide proof of address. To find a library in your area, call 311. The deadline to apply online is Friday, February 13, 2015 at 11:59 PM. Apply Over-the-Phone Call us at Call between 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday. If you speak a language other than English, be sure to request an interpreter. You will receive your application receipt by mail. The deadline to apply over the phone is Friday, February 13, 2015 at 6:00 PM. Apply In Person Visit the counselors at a Family Welcome Center (see below for locations) Counselors are available to help you complete your application. Offices are open from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Monday through Friday. You will receive your receipt from the counselor when you submit your application. The deadline to apply in person at a Family Welcome Center is Friday, February 13, 2015 at 3:00 PM. Bronx 1 Fordham Plaza, 7th Floor Bronx, NY Zerega Avenue Bronx, NY Manhattan 333 Seventh Avenue, 12th Floor New York, NY West 125th Street, 7th Floor New York, NY Ocean Avenue Brooklyn, NY Queens Plaza North Long Island City, NY th Street Brooklyn, NY Queens Linden Place Flushing, NY Brooklyn 29 Fort Greene Place Brooklyn, NY Sutphin Boulevard Jamaica, NY St. Mark s Avenue Brooklyn, NY Staten Island 715 Ocean Terrace, Building A Staten Island, NY Livingston Street Brooklyn, NY Page 3

9 Required Information Whether you are planning to submit your kindergarten application online, over the phone, or in person at a Family Welcome Center, make sure you have the following information with you when you apply: 1. Child s name 2. Child s OSIS (student ID number, if available) 3. Child s date of birth 4. Parent/guardian name 5. Child s address 6. Your telephone number 7. Your address, if available 8. Sibling information,* if your child has a sibling attending one of the schools that you are going to list on your application: Sibling s name Sibling s date of birth Sibling s current grade Sibling s current school Sibling s OSIS (student ID number) 9. Child s current pre-kindergarten program, if applicable 10. Child s native or dominant language, if applying for a dual language program 11. The programs you are applying to, in order of your preference If you miss the application deadline, call for information about enrolling your child. All families seeking to enroll their children for kindergarten will receive a placement offer. * A sibling is defined as a brother or sister including half-brothers, half-sisters, stepbrothers, stepsisters, foster brothers, and foster sisters of the applicant, who lives in the same household and will be enrolled in grades K- 5 in September 2015 at that school. You must list the older sibling s information on the application for your child to be considered for sibling priority. All sibling information is verified by the school before offers are made. Applying in Languages other than English The kindergarten application is available, both online and in person, in the DOE s standard languages: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Urdu. Interpretation is available over-the-phone in over 200 languages. Call for assistance. Translated materials are available at: Page 4

10 Kindergarten Admissions Priorities Standard Admissions Priorities exist for zoned schools and non-zoned schools. While there are some schools with Admissions Priorities that are different, most zoned and non-zoned schools use the priorities described below. s Most students attend their zoned school for kindergarten. A zoned school admits students who are zoned to the school (those who live in a designated area surrounding the school). Most zoned schools can enroll all students residing in the zone, but there are some exceptions. Your zoned school is determined by your home address. If you don t know your zoned school, call 311 or visit the Department of Education School Search (www.nyc.gov/schools/schoolsearch) and enter your home address in the search bar. Students who live within a school s zone are prioritized for admission to that school. If the zoned school has room after all zoned students are enrolled, students in the priority groups listed below may be offered placement, starting with non-zoned siblings. In general, students who reside in the school s district have a higher priority than students residing outside the district. New York City is divided into 32 Community School Districts (often referred to in this directory as district ). Your district is determined by your child s home address. You can also find your district, by calling 311 or visiting the Department of Education School Search site: Standard Admissions Priorities for s 1. Students residing in the zone, who have a sibling at the school in grades K-5 in September 2015;* 2. Students residing in the zone, who do not have a sibling at the school. If space allows, students residing outside the zone may also be admitted, in the following priority order: 3. Students residing in the district, who have a sibling at the school in grades K-5 in September 2015;* 4. Students residing outside the district, who have a sibling at the school in grades K-5 in September 2015;* 5. Students residing in the district, who currently attend the school s pre-kindergarten program;** 6. Students residing outside the district, who currently attend the school s pre -kindergarten program;** 7. Students who reside in the district, other than those in (3) and (5) above ; 8. Students who reside outside the district, other than those in (4) and (6) above. * A sibling is defined as a brother or sister including half-brothers, half-sisters, stepbrothers, stepsisters, foster brothers, foster sisters of the applicant, who lives in the same household. Schools offer a priority to applicants with verified siblings in the school. ** Students who are currently enrolled in pre-k and want to apply to the same school for kindergarten will receive priority for admission in kindergarten, but only in the school they are now attending. This priority only applies to students who do not receive zoned and sibling priority. Not all schools have pre -k. Page 5

11 Non-s Throughout New York City, there are schools without a zone that give priority to applicants based on sibling priority, district of residence, and in some cases, other criteria. While most non-zoned schools follow the standard Admissions Priorities below, you should review the school pages to learn about each school s Admissions Priorities. In general, students who reside in the school s district have a higher priority than students residing outside the district. New York City is divided into 32 Community School Districts (often referred to in this directory as district ). Your district is determined by your child s home address. You can also find your district, by calling 311 or visiting the Department of Education School Search site: Standard Admissions Priorities for Non-s 1. Students residing in the district whose verified siblings will be enrolled in grades K -5 in the school in September 2015;* 2. Students residing outside the district whose verified siblings will be enrolled in grades K-5 in the school in September 2015;* 3. Students residing in the district who are currently enrolled at the school for pre -k;** 4. Students residing outside the district who are currently enrolled at the school for pre -k;** 5. Students who reside in the district, other than those in (1) and (3) above; 6. Students who reside outside the district, other than those in (2) and (4) above. * A sibling is defined as a brother or sister including half-brothers, half-sisters, stepbrothers, stepsisters, foster brothers, foster sisters of the applicant, who lives in the same household. Schools offer a priority to applicants with verified siblings in the school. ** Students who are currently enrolled in pre-k and want to apply to the same school for kindergarten will receive priority for admission in kindergarten, but only in the school they are now attending. This priority only applies to students who do not receive zoned and sibling priority. Not all schools have pre -k. Choice Districts There are three districts in New York City where there are no zoned schools. These districts are District 1 (Lower East Side - Manhattan), District 7 (South Bronx), and District 23 (Brownsville - Brooklyn), and they are called Choice Districts. If you live in one of these districts and would like to apply to kindergarten there, make sure you pick up a Choice District publication for that district. These publications can be found at your local Family Welcome Center (see page 3 and online at Families who do not live in these districts may apply to kindergarten there, but should review each school s Admissions Priorities as families who live in those districts receive higher priority for placement. Page 6

12 Meeting Your Child s Needs There are many different types of programs and services provided in kindergarten to support your child s unique academic needs. Not all schools offer the services and programs listed below, so if you have questions about what programs are offered at a particular school, please contact each school for more information. Gifted & Talented Programs Gifted & Talented (G&T) programs are one way the New York City Department of Education supports the educational needs of students with unique academic ability. G&T programs aim to deliver accelerated, rigorous, and specialized instruction aligned to the Common Core Learning Standards. Children who are New York City residents in pre - kindergarten through 2nd grade are eligible to participate in G&T Admissions. There is a separate application for Gifted & Talented programs. Families interested in applying for a kindergarten G&T program should have submitted their Request for Testing (RFT) form by November 7, Students who became New York City residents after the RFT deadline on November 7, 2014 may request summer testing. You can also request that your child be tested for first grade placement in early fall If you have completed a RFT form and your child is taking the Gifted & Talented test, you will receive notification of eligibility in April. If your child meets the eligibility criteria, you will have the opportunity to apply to Gifted & Talent ed programs. For more information about Gifted & Talented admissions, please visit Magnet Programs A magnet school is a public school that offers a school-wide curriculum designed around a specific theme. While some schools have the word magnet in their school s name, only those schools that rece ived Magnet Schools Assistance Program (M.S.A.P) funding will be designated as magnet. Programs for Students Learning English The Department of Education provides a range of programs and supports to ensure that students who do not speak English as their native language develop the language skills necessary to excel in elementary school. These students are called English Language Learners (ELLs). New York City schools use three types of English language programs to support ELLs: English as a Second Language (ESL), Transitional Bilingual Education (TBE), and Dual Language (DL), detailed below. 1. English as a Second Language (ESL): Freestanding English as a Second Language (ESL) programs, offered in all New York City public elementary schools, are taught in English with strategic native language support. All public schools offer ESL classes; content courses incorporate ESL strategies to help students learn English and the subject matter. 2. Transitional Bilingual Education (TBE): Transitional Bilingual Education (TBE) programs are designed to support students as they transition from classes/subject matter taught in both English and the native language to classes taught primarily in English. Students also receive ESL in this program model. As the student develops En glish proficiency, instruction in English increases and native language instruction decreases. 3. Dual Language (DL)*: Dual Language (DL) programs provide instruction in two languages (half in English, half in the target language), with the aim of enabling all students to become bilingual. These programs support both ELL students in need of English language instruction and English-speaking students who are interested in learning a second language. Both ELL students and English-speaking students act as linguistic role models for each other, and through their interactions, language development in both languages is supported. ELLs in this program also receive ESL. If you are interested in a Dual Language program, you must list that program specifically on your kindergarten application. *Most Dual Language programs aim for a specific ratio of ELLs to native English speakers, so language may be used to prioritize applicants. Additionally, schools may conduct assessments to determine a child s native language. Page 7

13 Identifying English Language Learners As the parents or guardians of a newly enrolled student, you are required to complete a Home Language Identification Survey (HLIS) at the school within ten days of your child s first day of attendance at school. This survey lets school staff know what language you use in your home. If the HLIS indicates that your child uses a language other than English, he or she is given an English proficiency test called the New York State Identification Test for English Language Learners (NYSITELL). Performance on this test determines whether your child is entitled to ELL supports and services. ELL Program Orientation If your child has been identified as an ELL, you should be invited to attend an ELL parent orientation at your child s school within ten days of his or her first day of attendance at school. During the orientation, fill out the Parent Survey and Program Selection Form and select the program that you believe best meets your child s needs. If you do not receive this form, you can request it from the school. The school pages in this directory list the ELL programs currently offered for kindergarten students in each school according to school-reported data. For the most up-to-date information about ELL program offerings, contact schools directly. You have the right to request a specific type of program at your school. All schools offer ESL programs, and all schools are expected to open a TBE or Dual Language program when the families of at least 15 ELLs in a single language in on e grade or two consecutive grades have requested that program. By selecting a TBE or Dual Language program on the Parent Survey and Program Selection Form, families help inform which ELL programs should be offered at schools. For more information about all ELL programs and services available in New York City public elementary schools, please visit: and You can learn more about the ELL Enrollment Process by watching the Parent Orientation Video, available in 13 languages, here: Students with Disabilities Transitioning to Kindergarten The Department of Education s special education reform, also known as A Shared Path to Success, is making significant improvements in the way services are delivered to students with disabilities, including increased access to the general education curriculum. All students entering kindergarten, including students with disabilities, should appl y through Kindergarten Admissions as described on pages 1-4. Reevaluation Before starting kindergarten, preschool students who receive or are eligible to receive special education services will be reevaluated to determine what services, if any, they will need in kindergarten. Families will receive information about the process by mail in the fall and will be contacted in the winter or spring to participate in the reevaluation. If a child is determined to be eligible, the special education services to be provided in kindergarten will be listed in a document known as an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Services and Supports at Schools All schools are able to provide IEP services to the majority of students in their community. Families are encouraged to apply to their zoned school and other schools of interest. Specialized Programs While most students are served in their local schools, some students may be best served in specialized programs. The Department of Education provides specialized programs in some community schools. These include bilingual special education and programs for some students with autism or intellectual disability. For more information about specialized programs in community schools, or visit The Department s District 75 provides highly specialized instruction in programs for students with significant challenges, including students with autism, significant cognitive delays, emotional disturbance, sensory impairments, and/or multiple disabilities. Fo r more information about District 75, see: Page 8

14 Notification about Placement and Services Families who apply to kindergarten will receive a placement offer through Kindergarten Admissions in early April. In addition to the Kindergarten Admissions placement offer, families of preschool students with disabilities will also receive a letter in the spring or summer listing the school where any recommended special education services will be provided. Most students will be served at their local schools or the schools where they were admitted through Kindergarten Admissions. If a child has received an IEP recommending a District 75 program, he or she will be offered a placement in that program. If a child has been determined to be eligible for a specialized program, he or she may be offered a placement in a school with that program as an alternative to the placement offered through Kindergarten Admissions. To Request an Evaluation If you suspect your child may have a disability and need special education services, you may contact your local Committee on Special Education (CSE) to request an evaluation. For contact information, call 311 or visit More Information For more information about special education services, the transition to kindergarten process, and important dates, visit Site Accessibility All schools that are considered Functionally Accessible are indicated with the accessibility icon next to the school name and number. Functionally Accessible Schools or Programs are located in a fully or partially accessible building where an individual with mobility impairment may enter and access all relevant programs and services, including the science laboratory, library, cafeteria, and the gymnasium; in some cases school programs may need to be re -located to accommodate access. At least one restroom is accessible. For more information about Site Accessibility, including a complete list of functionally accessible schools, please refer to the List of Accessible Schools, available online at Charter Schools Charter schools are public schools they are free and open to all students. They operate independently according to the terms of a performance contract, or charter, that can last up to five years. Charter schools generally accept applications for the following school year until April 1 at the earliest, and most schools conduct admissions lotteries during the month of April. You should contact each school individually to obtain an application. Additionally, most but not all charter schools use the New York City Charter School Center's Common Online Charter School Application, which allows parents/guardians to apply to multiple charter schools at one time. Parents/guardians can access this application via the Charter School Center s website at beginning in early 2015 for enrollment in the school year. This Directory includes all the charter schools with kindergarten in this borough. For more details about charter schools in New York City, please refer to the Directory of the New York City Charter Schools at If you have questions, call or Page 9

15 Transportation In New York City, placement in an elementary school does not guarantee yellow school bus service. If your child s school is in a different district than where you live, school bus transportation will not be available. If your child s school is in the district where you live, the New York City Department of Education will use the table below to determine if your child qualifies for free or reduced fare transportation. Grade Level Less Than ½ Mile Walking Distance from Child s Home to School ½ Mile or More, But Less Than 1 Mile K-2 Half-Fare MTA Bus Pass Either Yellow Bus or MetroCard 3-6 No Transportation is Provided Half-Fare MTA Bus Pass 1 Mile or More Either Yellow Bus or MetroCard If your child is eligible for Either Yellow Bus or MetroCard in the chart above, your child will get a yellow school bus if: 1. The school has applied to the Office of Pupil Transportation for yellow bus service; 2. The student lives in the same district as the school; and 3. A stop for the student exists or can be created using New York City Department of Education guidelines regarding the minimum number of pupils required to create a route (11) and requirements that keep bus routes to not more than five miles as measured through each stop on the route. Eligible students who do not meet these criteria will receive a MetroCard. This means that an eligible kindergarten student will receive a MetroCard if: he or she goes to school that does not provide bus service, resides in another district, lives in an area where there are too few pupils to create a route, or if an existing stop cannot be used and a new stop cannot be granted based on the five-mile guideline. For information about current bus stops at specific schools, please contact the school directly. Note Concerning K-8 Schools: In most cases, 7th and 8th grade students living more than 1-1/2 miles from school are eligible for MetroCards only. Please visit the Office of Pupil Transportation website for more details: Page 10

16 The New York City Department of Education collects information about school practices and student outcomes, which can help identify each school s strengths and areas for improvement. This directory contains some of this information, which is listed on school pages and explained in more detail below. If you have any questions about this section, please speak to your school s guidance counselor or visit: All citywide and district averages are for the school year. Sample Students Proficient in English (2014): 18.4% Students Proficient in Math (2014): 27.2% Quality Review Rating (2009): Well Developed This reflects the rating from the most recent year that a Quality Review was conducted. The percent of 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students who scored at a level 3 or 4 on the New York State English and math tests. Citywide Average in English: 30% Citywide Average in Math: 39% New York State Accountability The New York State Education Department (NYSED) determines the accountability status of schools based on its own set of measures. For more information about New York State Accountability, visit the NYSED website: Quality Review The Quality Review is an evaluation of the school by an experienced educator based on a formal school visit. The educator observes classrooms and engages in conversations with parents, students, teachers and school leaders to assess schoolwide practices. The Quality Review report provides specific feedback to support the school s efforts. The Quality Review Rating on each school page reflects the most recent year that a Quality Review was conducted at that particular school. Some schools will not have a Quality Review Rating. Ratings are not available for schools that opened within the last two years or schools whose most recent review took place prior to August For more information, please visit Page 11

17 Important Note The information listed in this directory is accurate at the time of publication but may be subject to change. For the most up-to-date information about academic programs, student services, and other offerings, contact schools directly. Have Questions? Need Help? If you have any questions about Kindergarten Admissions call or visit: Page 12

18 How to Read the School Pages The school pages in this directory provide detailed information about all schools with a kindergarten program in this borough. The school pages provide information about how to contact schools, school performance, and program offerings, among other important details that will help you make informed decisions when applying to kindergarten. There are three types of school pages in this directory: (1) zoned school pages for schools that give priority to students who live in a designated nearby area known as a zone, (2) choice district school pages for schools in a district without zones, but where schools have a consistent set of admissions priorities, and (3) non-zoned school pages for schools that do not have a zone and give priority to applicants based on sibling status, district of residence, and in some cases, other criteria. Pages and Choice District School Pages (sample school below) 1. School Type: Identifies whether the school is zoned, non-zoned, or a school in a choice district. Review the corresponding admissions priorities in the front of the section. 2. : Each school provides information about how to get in touch with their staff; whether it is in person, by phone, or , make sure you are aware of the ways you can reach the schools you are interested in. 3. : Find out how many students attend the school as well as the grades served. 4. : This section lists the percentage of 3 rd, 4 th, and 5 th graders who scored proficient in English and Math, and lists the most recent Quality Review Score. Some of this information is not applicable to all schools. 5. ELL Programs: Find out which English language development support services and programs a school offers. Please note that all schools offer English as a Second Language (ESL). 6. Program Information: When completing your application, you will need to list the program code. Schools that offer more than one program will have multiple codes. 7. Icons: Use the key in the footer of each school page to determine the following: i. Does the school offer English as a Second Language services? ii. Is the school Functionally Accessible? iii. Does the school share space with other schools? iv. Does the school provide students with disabilities the supports and services indicated on their Individualized Education Program (IEP)? If the school answers Yes to any of the above questions, the corresponding icon from the key will appear in the top right hand corner of a school s page. Shermer North Elementary School 42X222 Address: 123 City Lane Citytown, NY Phone: Fax: Website: Subway: 1 to 157th Street; A, B, D to 145th Street Bus: BX19, BX6, M10, M100, M101, M11 Total Students (as of October 2013): District 7 Last year, this school only admitted zoned students and siblings of current students. SHERMER NORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SHERMER NORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6 SPANISH DUAL LANGUAGE PROGRAM Students Proficient in English (2014): 10% Students Proficient in Math (2014): 16% Quality Review Score (2013): Developing X222KG 42X222SP ELL Programs Dual Language Program Offered: Spanish Transitional Bilingual Education Offered: Spanish 5 Page 13

19 Non-zoned schools pages (sample school on page 15) 1. School Type: Identifies whether the school is zoned, non-zoned, or a school in a choice district. Review the corresponding admissions priorities in the front of the book. 2. : Each school provides information about how to get in touch with their staff; whether it is in person, by phone, or , make sure you are aware of the ways you can reach the schools you are interested in. 3. : Find out how many students attend your school as well as the grades served. 4. : This section lists the percentage of 3 rd, 4 th, and 5 th graders who scored proficient in English and Math, and lists the most recent Quality Review Score. This section also provides the results of the NYC School Survey, which polls all parents, teachers, and students in grades 6-12 to understand what key members of the school community say about the learning environment at the school. Some of this information is not applicable to all schools. 5. ELL Programs: Find out which English language development support services and programs a school offers. Please note that all schools offer English as a Second Language (ESL). 6. Admissions Priorities: This section provides information about how students are considered for placement at each school. Read this section to better understand whether your child has a good chance of being admitted to a particular school. 7. Program Information: When completing your application, you will need to list the program code. Schools that offer more than one program will have multiple codes. 8. Icons: Use the key in the footer of each school page to determine the following: a. Does the school offer English as a Second Language services? b. Is the school Functionally Accessible? c. Does the school share space with other schools? d. Does the school provide students with disabilities the supports and services indicated on their Individualized Education Program (IEP)? If the school answers Yes to any of the above questions, the corresponding icon from the key will appear in the top right hand corner of a school s page. Page 14

20 Shermer South Elementary School 42X223 8 Address: 125 City Lane Citytown, NY Phone: Fax: Website: Subway: 1 to 157th Street; A, B, D to 145th Street Bus: BX19, BX6, M10, M100, M101, M11 Total Students (as of October 32013): 561 NYC School Survey Results o 96% of parents are satisfied with the education that their child has received o o o o 2 92% of parents feel that the school offers a wide enough variety of courses, extracurricular activities, and services 91% of teachers feel that order and discipline are maintained at this school 91% of teachers agree that leaders of this school place a high priority on the quality of teaching 91% of teachers would recommend this school to parents Non- Last year, this school admitted siblings of current students and other in-district students. SHERMER SOUTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SHERMER SOUTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SPANISH DUAL LANGUAGE PROGRAM 42X223KG 42X223SP What % of students This School s Performance in Are proficient in English? Are proficient in Math? % 60% % 46% Quality Review Score (2011): Well Developed ELL Programs Dual Language Program Offered: Spanish Transitional Bilingual Education Offered: Spanish 5 Admissions Priorities 6 This is a non-zoned school. A non-zoned school is a school without a zone that gives priority to applicants based on sibling priority, district of residence, and in some cases, other criteria. Admissions Priorities The below list shows the order applicants are considered for placement. 1. Students residing in the district whose verified siblings will be enrolled in grades K-5 in the school in September 2015; 2. Students residing outside the district whose verified siblings will be enrolled in grades K-5 in the school in September 2015; 3. Students residing in the district who are currently enrolled at the school for pr e-k; 4. Students residing outside the district who are currently enrolled at the school for pre-k; 5. Students who reside in the district, other than those in (1) and (3) above; 6. Students who reside outside the district, other than those in (2) and (4) above. 8 Page 15

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