Latest News from PS 31

  • SLT Meeting dates

    PS 31's SLT will meet on the last Friday of every month. 

    Oct 29th 

    Nov 19th 

    Dec 17th  

    Jan 28th  

     Feb 18th  

     March 25th  

     April 29th  

    May 27th  

    June 24th @11:45 am 

    Please email 31parentteacher@gmail.com for a link to this meeting if you would like to join us. 

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  • Monthly Breakfast and Lunch Menus

    Daily breakfast and lunch menus can be found here.

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  • Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) for the 2020-2021 School Year Money

    Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) for the 2020-2021 School Year Money for Food for All NYC Public School Students The per month amount is based on a student’s primary mode of learning for each of the 10 months of the school year (September 2020–June 2021) P-EBT funds will be issued automatically to families in one of four ways: Current EBT card if the student is enrolled in SNAP or Public Assistance (PA). Check your balance throughout the summer months. Funds are not specified as P-EBT. Medicaid CBIC card only if the student’s P-EBT funds were issued to this card for spring 2020 AND spent. Spring 2020 P-EBT card only if the student’s P-EBT funds were issued to this card for spring 2020 AND spent. New P-EBT card that will be mailed for each student who: Is new to the school system this year and not enrolled in SNAP or public assistance; OR Received their spring 2020 PEBT on an existing SNAP and/or public assistance EBT card or Medicaid CBIC but are no longer enrolled in those programs; OR Received their spring 2020 PEBT on a P-EBT card or Medicaid CBIC card but did not spend the benefit. Last Updated June 14, 2021 P-EBT covers the cost of missed school meals while students learn remotely. Every single NYC public school student is automatically eligible—regardless of income or immigration status—. No application or registration is required. P-EBT does not affect any other benefits or public charge status. Students in parochial or charter schools may be eligible if their school participates in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP). $82 per month for each month that a student's primary mode of learning was hybrid (1-12 days of the month remote). $132 per month for each month that a student's primary mode of learning was remote (13+ days of the month remote). Distribution 1 funds for September 2020 - March 2021, expected to start mid-June 2021* Distribution 2 funds for April - June 2021, expected to start in late summer/fall 2021* *Distribution dates are approximate

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  • Connect Your Community

    The Emergency Broadband Benefit Program is offering up to $50 off your internet bill each month. Visit their website for more information.

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  • NYC Kids RISE Save for College Program

    Families with Kindergarten students in all public schools (including participating charter schools) citywide are eligible to participate in the Save for College Program - no matter their income or immigration status. The NYC Kids RISE Save for College Program provides families, schools, and communities with a way to work together to save for and invest in their children’s futures. It is a scholarship and savings program designed to make college and career training more accessible for public school students by providing every child with tangible financial assets for their educational future. Attend a virtual information session with NYC Kids RISE to learn how the program works, the benefits for your child, and how your family can participate.

     

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School Leadership Team Meetings

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All Meetings are at 11:45am

January 31, 2020

February 28, 2020

March 27, 2020

April 23, 2020

May 29, 2020

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Vision and Mission

Vision Statement

Through the commitment of staff, parents, students and community, we strive to create a learning environment in which each student is empowered and challenged to achieve his/her maximum potential in a safe and supportive environment.  Our goal is to develop students' problem solving, and creative skills to be prepared for success in their educational future.

 Mission Statement

The mission of PS 31 is to cultivate a nurturing environment in which we are committed to educational excellence.  Through rich and varied learning experiences, we will provide the vehicle for students to succeed in meeting the Common Core Learning Standards.  By challenging students academically, socially and emotionally, our goal is to build "Leaders of Change."  Students will become innovative thinkers, resourceful problem solvers, effective communicators both in writing and speaking as well as respectful and responsible citizens.  In partnership with families and the community, we will educate well-rounded students to become college and career ready.

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Leader in Me Habit 4: Think Win Win

             

     Here is a great video that teaches you all about thinking win win.  

When you help make a choice with others, you might not get exactly what you want, but you can work together so everyone wins.

Think Win Win is all about fairness. 

School Tours

Virtual Tour Dates

Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 9:00am

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