2019 - 2020
2019 - 2020
Japanese DualLanguage Program
PS 147 is partnering with Schoola (www.schoola.com). What’s Schoola? It’s a great way to raise funds for our school. Schoola collects preloved, children, teen and women’s clothes, preps and sells them online, and gives 40% of the proceeds back to PS 147 to help fund programs for our kids. That’s $2 out of every $5 earned back to our school! Simply click on the image to view our very own Schoola landing page where you can request a bag and view our progress and funds earned.
Welcome to PS 147
PLEASE READ IMPORTANT NOTICE FROM CHANCELLOR CARRANZA HERE
UPDATES REGARDING THE CORONAVIRUS CAN BE FOUND HERE
Text COVID to 692-692 to receive regular SMS texts with the latest news and developments
GRAB AND GO MEALS (BREAKFAST AND LUNCH) ARE AVAILABLE AT THE SCHOOL FROM 7:30AM - 1:30PM
IF YOU NEED INFORMATION ON HOW TO OBTAIN A REMOTE LEARNING DEVICE, PLEASE EMAIL OUR PARENT COORDINATOR, MS. SANTIAGO AT LSANTIA10@SCHOOLS.NYC.GOV
LOCAL FOOD PANTRY INFORMATION
GETTING READY FOR KINDERGARTEN!!!
Thank you to everyone who applied for our kindergarten program. The kindergarten application period is now over. All families who apply by the deadline will receive a Kindergarten offer in April.
GETTING READY FOR PRE-KINDERGARTEN!!!
All NYC families with children born in 2016 can apply to Pre-K for All between February 5, 2020 and has been extended to March 29, 2020.
The Office of Student Enrollment launched a new application website for families called MySchools. The site includes an online directory tool that allows families to explore program choices, save programs of interest and submit their application, all on the same site.
PS 147 is proud to introduce the roll out of Class Dojo!!! Class Dojo is a wonderful way to keep the lines of communication open between your child and their teacher. All correspondence related to your child's classroom will now be posted on Class Dojo.
Not signed up yet? Please see your child's teacher for more information on how you can sign up.
Cell Phones and Other Electronic Devices in Schools