The administration and staff of P.S. 24 are always looking for ways to improve our school in the best interest of students. One of the areas we are focused on continuing to improve is in the area of Strong Family-Community ties. We are hoping that you will take the time to fill out this quick survey to provide us feedback on how we can continue to grow in this area.
The primary goal of this parent survey is to collect and understand parent opinions, perspectives, attitudes, and perceptions towards the school, their students, and education in general in order to improve the learning environment in general or specific ways. The school will take this data into consideration when making future strategic decisions in supporting students and families.
The link will only allow for one IP address to be used and all results will be anonymous and kept confidential. We thank you ahead of time for taking this short survey to voice your opinions and having a say in how P.S. 24 can continue to support its students and community. Please click on the link above to fill out the quick survey.
Family and Community Involvement is a central theme for PS 24. Our school has a rich history of an active, engaged parent body which has always sought to find ways to support the school’s mission and provide added resources to enhance and enrich our children’s education. The parent volunteer program will provide a regularly rotating volunteer group to assist school aides at critical periods during the day.
It is the policy of the Department of Education to maintain a safe and supportive learning environment that is free from harassment, intimidation and/or bullying and from discrimination on account of actual or perceived race, color, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship/immigration status, religion, creed, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability or weight . The policy prohibits such behavior by students against other students and by staff against students. Prohibited behavior includes, but is not limited, to: physical violence; verbal or physical conduct that threatens another with harm; hazing; taunting; exclusion from peer groups designed to humiliate or isolate; using derogatory or discriminatory language to humiliate or harass. This policy is set forth in Chancellor’s Regulations and the Citywide Standards of Intervention and Discipline Measures (The Discipline Code.)