Online Surveys for Students, Parents and Guardians!
Prep/Special Subjects Survey: Please click here.
- Return to School 2020 Survey for Families
- June 4 & 9, 2020
- Summer School Info for Parents/Guardians
- Ms. Wright's Parent Workshop
- DOE's Grading Policy Update
- Google Classroom Workshop for Parents
- DOE Remote Learning Update
- Google Meet Tutorial Videos
- Letters for Parents/Guardians (April, 2020)
- Imagine Learning Sign-in Instruction
- Parent Letter for Remote Learning (March 19, 2020)
- NYC Schools Account (Please email our parent coordinator, Ms. Banks, at LBanks4@schools.nyc.gov if you cannot access.)
- Technology support for families
- Parents Guide to Google Classroom (Parents Guide to Google Classroom - PS35Q.pdf)
Please click here for updates.
|Parent Coordinator||Ms. Banks||LBanks4@schools.nyc.gov|
|Social Worker||Mr. Jean-Francois||RJeanfrancois@schools.nyc.gov|
|Family Worker||Ms. Jones||AJones75@schools.nyc.gov|
We are looking forward to another exciting and successful year as a Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports school. PBIS is a school-wide framework that fosters positive behaviors in our students. At P.S. 35, we have adopted “The 3 B’s,” to outline the positive behaviors that will support a positive and safe learning environment.
3 B’s of P.S.35
Students will continue to learn more about PBIS through classroom lessons, modeling, and practice. In addition, “3 B’s,” posters are placed around the building to remind students of the expectations in the classroom, hallway, bathroom, and cafeteria. Students will receive points as a reward for being respectful, responsible, and safe. Students may use their points to purchase a variety of fun and exciting items at the PBIS store.
Together, we can make a difference!
Sanford Harmony is the fastest growing Pre-K-6 grade social emotional learning (SEL) program in the nation, impacting more than 8 million children through more than 18,000 schools and sites nationwide. Sanford Harmony promotes positive peer relations among students through lessons and activities that encourage communication, collaboration, and mutual respect, helping boys and girls learn how to build healthy relationships beginning at childhood. (https://www.sanfordharmony.org/)
In all NYC public schools, we always have the opportunity to highlight and build upon ongoing diversity programs and curriculum-based instruction. Schools also have the opportunity to embark upon new initiatives that promote respect for diversity and engage students in meaningful lessons and/or other activities that focus on preventing bias-based harassment, intimidation and/or bullying.
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Girls are expected to wear a blue jumper, skirt, or pants and dark shoes. White, yellow, or light blue blouse. Blue cardigan during the colder months.
Boys are expected to wear blue pants and dark shoes. White, yellow, or light blue shirt with blue tie. Blue cardigan or blazer during the colder months.
Parents of Pre-k and kindergarten parents should provide their child's teacher with an extra set of clothes in case of an accident.
Main Door Opens
Breakfast is Served
Instructional Time Begins
Lunch for Grades Kindergarten and 5
Lunch for Grades 1 and 3
Lunch for Grades 2 and 4