April 3rd Update from the Chancellor:


Update on Free Grab and Go Meals for Parents and Students

 Meal Hubs.docx 

 Important Message From Senator Biaggi.html   Regarding: The Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act 

Latest Inforamation re: DOE I Pad Distribution

 Getting Started with you DOE I Pad

Getting Started with Your DOE iPad.docx

March 22 Family Letter Remote Learning.pdf

Information Regarding NYS Tests and Meal Distribution at Schools

 NYS Exams Meal Distribution for Students.docx 

March 20th Letter From Principal Schwartz

March 20th Letter from Principal Schwartz.docx

Free or Affordable Internet Access for Families

 Internet Access - Free or Low Cost.pdf 

Families Using DOE Devices at Home Please Use the Following Logon and Password
Windows Devices:
ID nycdoe
Please Click on Link to Create Your child's NYC School Account
 March 19 2020Coronavirus Update for Families.pdf 

What is Google Suite  Google Account Packet 1.pdf 

NYC Parent  Survey Extension.docx 
Update from Principal March 18th.docx 
Update from Principal  March 16 2020.pdf
Distribution of Technology

In order to help all students adjust to remote learning environments, Apple and T-Mobile will ensure that in the coming weeks, up to 300,000 New York City public school students who don’t currently have an internet-connected device will have one for their schoolwork while we are conducting remote learning. This will begin with the delivery of 25,000 iPads next week. We anticipate approximately 50,000 devices will then be delivered for each week after that. Our Chancellor is asking families to complete the survey below, sharing your best contact information over the next few weeks as well as whether they have access to a smartphone, a laptop/tablet/computer, the internet, or none of the above. They will use the information to prioritize device distribution and inform families of pickup location. 



Links for Student Learning

Frequently asked Questions Regarding Remote Learning.pdf 


GOOGLE CLASSROOM - 2020 Parents_ Guide English.pdf 

GOOGLE CLASSROOM -  Spanish Parents_ Guide to Google Classroom 1.pptx 

Current College Students are offering free tutoring of all academic subject for NYC public school students K-12.

Parents can sign up to be matched with a tutor at 

You can also find more information at the link and at 

How to get started with Google Classroom

Google Tools For Struggling Students:

How to set up a Passcode for I Pad:

Passcode for i Pad 

How to Log on Google Classroom with XBox & Playstation"

DOE Learning From Home Information:

NYC DOE Website: Learning Activities by Grade:

NYC DOE Website Additional Activities for Students:

1st  Grade Learn at Home

2nd  Grade Learn at Home

Science Lessons All Grades

The following links has resources for parents to support their child/ren during this time with regards to specialized instruction. There are social stories, visual aids and at home tips for speech, occupational therapy and physical therapy.

Occupational Therapy Supports:

Physical Therapy Supports:

Speech and Language Supports:

BrainPOP is offering free access to its host of sites (BrainPOP, BrainPOP Jr. (K-3), BrainPOP ELL, BrainPOP Espanol) while schools are closed due to covid19.

Parents can sign-up for free here:


Physical Education

Physical Education at Home - English

 PE at Home Lessons March Elementary.pdf 

Physical Education at Home - Spanish

 PE at Home Lessions March Elementary Spanish.pdf 

Go Noodle

Cha Cha Challange Dance

Dancing with Math


ARTSONIA - ART Ms. Maistre

Art Ms Maistre.docx 

Free Access to Audible's Collection of Books for Kids
"For as long as schools are closed, we're open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet." 

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    7:00 pm

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  • NYS MATH TEST 3rd, 4th & 5th Grade

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  • School Leadership Meeting 2:30 pm

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  • Comedy Night!

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  • Mothers Day Plant Sale

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  • Mother's Day Plant Sale!

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  • Parent Night 5:00-7:00 pm

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  • Mother's Day Plant Sale!

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  • Mothers Day Plant Sale

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  • School Leadership Meeting 2:30 pm

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  • School Tour 9:00 am

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  • 5th Grade Trip Castle Fun

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  • 5th Grade Trip to Castle Fun!

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  • Parents Association Meeting

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  • Parents Association Meeting

    7:00 pm

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  • Memorital Day School Closed

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  • Springfest!

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Parent Advisory Committee




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. All volunteers must pass a background check. The Parents Association will pay for it. The link for the background check is below.

Link for Back Ground Check is:

 PS 24 Volunteer Handbook final.pdf           
Parent Volunteer Aggreement.pdf 
Link to Sign Up to Volunteer 



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.)
Any questions or concerns regarding RFA, may be directed to the liaisons. 
Wendy Maldonado  
Luz Marte,  Guidance Counselor  (RFA Liaison)     
Sarah Berkowitz,  Social Worker  (RFA Liaison)