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School’s Closed March 16, 2020 – April 17th

Scheduled Re-opening on Monday, April 20th


Free Webinar to help families with at-home Learning

7 Strengths for These Challenging Times: Supporting Your Journey as Parents and Caregivers to Make At-Home Learning Matter led by author, educator and literacy leader Pam Allyn

Register for Friday April 3, 2020| 1pm ET/ 12pm CT/ 11am MT/ 10am PT

School and learning routines are deeply important to children and young adults, and the loss of these routines can be extremely disorienting. Together we can create vibrant, meaningful experiences at home to keep life as normal as possible and to keep our children learning and growing. 

Author, educator, and literacy leader Pam Allyn will share tools for parents and caregivers to increase connectedness and foster resilience in these uncertain times. Using the seminal Seven Strengths as an anchoring tool, Pam will provide concrete strategies and support for families about successful and reassuring ways that they can sustain their children’s unexpected learning time at home. She will also offer practical, inspiring resources for learning and literacy to sustain joy and engagement, and skill-building in students.

Scholastic Education

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PS 130 Families, if you have not already done so, please sign up for Konstella to receive up to date information and to access your child’s classroom.

Remote Guidance

View our online resources and schedule remote counseling sessions at this difficult time.

Remote Learning

Complete the Remote Learning Devices form to request equipment from the DOE to stay connected. Priority will be given to students most in need. Devices are granted on a temporary basis and will later need to be returned.


Curriculum

student focused at work

PS 130 has established a curriculum for its students that strives to help each student reach their full learning potential.

Special Programs

From “Maker Challenges” in our Fablab (featured in the video above), to our student-made puppet shows, championship level chess and math teams and more, we are special!

Community

parents in the crowd at the PS 130 talent show

Our Community page lists our policies, school calendar, and other FAQs for our families and interested community members.


  • students dressed as astronauts
  • mayor deblasio and student eating lunch
  • kid laying on floor next to an art version of self
  • chess team poses with trophies
  • students at PE on the lower school playground
  • students collaborating on a project in the gym
  • students on the basketball court at the lower school
  • students play chess
  • students working with an audio engineer, microphone and computers
  • students play chess

The Parkside School Mission

We follow a rigorous, standards-based curriculum. PS 130 nurtures the talents and abilities of all children to achieve academic success, develop physical and artistic skills, and grow as active community members.  

The collaborative efforts of students, staff, and parents support social-emotional growth through consistent and clear expectations, within a responsive setting.  We foster a school environment that embraces the diversity of our community and encourages participation by all families.

The PS 130 Mission Statement

PS 130 PTA Header with Fun Figures

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