Weekly Newsletter


May 3 - Movie Night, 6pm
May 6 - 10 - Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week
May 6 - Visiting Scientist Day for 4th & 5th Grades, 9am
May 7 - K & 1 Armory Visit, Sign Up
May 7 - PTA Executive Board Mtg, 8am
May 9 - Poetry Night, 6:30pm
May 10 - 1st Grade Music Concert, 9:30am in the MMR
May 10 - 2nd Grade Music Concert, 10:30am in the MMR
May 15 - Parent Teacher Conferences, 4:30-7:30pm; Details will go home in backpacks
May 15 - Science Day Out!
May 16 - PTA General Meeting (ELECTIONS), 6:30pm
May 20 - Kids Heart Challenge (rescheduled)
May 21 -  K & 1 Armory Visit, Sign Up
May 21 - SLT Meeting, 4pm
May 24 - Cyclones Baseball Assembly
May 27 - School is Closed, Memorial Day

May Parent Teacher Conferences

Wed, May 15, 4:30–7:30 pm

Parents are invited to meet with classroom and cluster teachers. This is not a traditional Parent Teacher Conference. Please note that because of the number of students we serve, conferences are by appointment only. There will be no report cards given prior to this conference. These meetings are intended for parents who have follow-up questions after the March conferences or have questions related to how to best support their child over the next month and through the summer.

Please indicate on the form here (also going home in backpacks) if you plan to attend. The teacher will assign the time of your conference. Time for each conference will be determined by demand. Your teacher may also reach out to you directly if he/she feels that a conference is necessary. Conferences will be approximately ten minutes, and if a teacher cannot meet with all of his/her parents in need on May 15, that teacher will schedule an alternative time with you.

Please feel free to reach out to your child's teacher if you have any questions.

We Need you in the School Yard!

Morning Volunteers


Lost & Found!

Spring has Sprung and so has our Lost & Found! Please check it out in the MMR before Wednesday morning to find your child’s lost items. Your children can also take the time to check the Lost & Found during the school day, or after dismissal.



Doors open at 6:00 — movie starts at 6:30!

This will be the last movie night of the year! Join us for a showing of Mary Poppins to close out a great series of movie nights this year.

$5 per person (over age 3), $1 concessions
Reminder: This is not a drop off event, every child needs an adult chaperone.



THURSDAY, MAY 9 6:30-7:30PM

Join us for a celebration of your poetic children.  All students will have the opportunity to read their poetry at this very special open mic night.


PTA 5K Fun Run for Public Schools

Saturday, May 11, Prospect Park, Bartel-Pritchard Parking Lot
9am, number pickup, pre-race activities
10am, race starts

Sign up now

Questions, please email: Amy May or Lisa Zullig

School participants pay a registration fee ($25/individual, $5 for each additional family member up to 5) and may raise additional money through sponsors.




Sat, May 4, 2-4 pm
At PS 10, 511 7th Ave

An author event for all ages! The PS10 PTA welcomes Newbery award-winning author Matt de la Peña and DREAMer and NY Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz NY, in conversation with New York Times nonfiction critic Jennifer Szalai, to share perspectives on immigration, social justice, and the power of stories—from picture books to superhero novels—to connect us all.

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CEC District 15 Science Fair

May 4, 2pm - 4pm, PS 32- 317 Hoyt Street

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Special Education Information Workshop

May 14, 9:30am - 11:00am at PS 24


Please see the flyers for more information

How to Teach Social Emotional Skills and Help Kids Succeed: An Evening with Ross Greene

Wednesday, May 15, 6:30-8 pm
P.S. 321, 180 Seventh Avenue, Brooklyn

Dr. Ross Greene is the New York Times bestselling author of the influential books The Explosive Child, Lost at School, Raising Human Beings, and Lost & Found and a pioneer in the field of child psychology. The innovative, evidence-based treatment approach described in his books provides a compassionate, accurate understanding of behavioral challenges and a non-punitive, non-adversarial approach for reducing challenging episodes, solving problems, teaching skills, improving communication and repairing relationships. Dr. Greene lectures widely throughout the world. This event is open to the public. Free child care available for school-age children. $5 suggested donation. Sponsored by the PS 321 PTA.