PTA Newsletter OCT 15.pub
Fall Into PS 22!
News and Events
Granettville clean up announcement for website.docx
It's My Park Day
The Graniteville Quarry
We are a collaborative school community dedicated to achieving high academic
standards for all of our students. Through high quality standards-driven instruction,
a nurturing environment and the development of civic, social and technological skills,
we will create a community of College and Career Ready learners.
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BUS SCHEDULE - REGULAR DISMISSAL (Monday-Friday)
2015-2016 (As of 9/9/15)
As you know, P.S. 22 has a school uniform policy. Therefore, all students are required to wear school uniforms. The uniforms consist of light blue shirts or blouses and navy slacks, skirts or jumpers. Navy blue cardigans (front-close sweaters) may also be worn over the light blue uniform tops. Every class with 100% compliance will be rewarded each month with a special surprise.
Although the uniform components can be purchased at most clothing stores, we’ve contacted two stores in the area and arranged for them to increase their inventory of uniform items to accommodate our needs.
Kid City Kids Place
265 Wilcox St 1541 Forest Avenue
SI, NY SI, NY
For your convenience we’ve identified several retailers that keep these items in stock year-round. They are: Target (online), Wal-Mart (online), Old Navy (online), J.C. Penny (online), Children’s Place, Gap (online).
P.S. 22 is a P.B.I.S. School!
We adhere to the following rules to earn PAWS
- Respect Yourself, Respect Others, and Respect Property
- Be Safe, Be Responsible, Be Respectful
- Respect Relationships and Respect Responsibilities
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Delayed School Openings
in the Case of Citywide
Emergency Conditions and Major Storm Days
The Chancellor will announce the citywide decision to close or delay the opening of schools during citywide emergency conditions or major storm days.
School staff and parents should be advised to check the Department of Education website www.schools.nyc.gov, call 311 and listen to information broadcast by any of the following radio stations: WINS (1010 AM), WCBS (880 AM), WABC (770 AM), WLIB (1190 AM), WADO (1280 AM), as well as the following television stations (WCBS) Channel 2), WNBC (Channel 4), WNYW (Fox Channel 5), WABC (Channel 7), Univision 41, and "NY 1" (Channel 1 on Time Warner Cable television.