Manhattan - Pre-Kindergarten Directory 2015

Manhattan - Pre-Kindergarten Directory 2015
2015
Pre-Kindergarten
Directory                                 New York City District Schools
                                          & Early Education Centers




Manhattan
2015
 2015
Pre-Kindergarten
Pre-Kindergarten
Directory
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Manhattan
Manhattan
                                                             For Students Born in 2011
                                                             Starting Pre-Kindergarten
                                                             in September 2015



        Carmen Fariña, Chancellor




                                                             For  Students
                                                                For        Born
                                                                    Students     in in
                                                                              Born  2011
                                                                                       2011
                                                             Starting  Pre-Kindergarten
                                                                Starting Pre-Kindergarten
                                                             in in
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                                                                   September2015
                                                                              2015



       Carmen Fariña,Fariña,
            Carmen    Chancellor
                             Chancellor
Manhattan - Pre-Kindergarten Directory 2015
Important Dates
2015 Pre-Kindergarten Admissions
Application Period Begins                                   March 16, 2015
Application Deadline                                        April 24, 2015
Placement Offers Distributed                                Early June 2015
Pre-registration                                            June 2015
Information Sessions
Attend an information session to learn about pre-K admissions for September 2015.
Borough                   Date                        Location
                          Tuesday, March 17           Clara Barton High School
Brooklyn
                          6:00 – 7:30 pm              901 Classon Avenue
                          Thursday, March 19          Flushing High School
Queens
                          6:00 – 7:30 pm              35-01 Union Street
                          Monday, March 23            PS/IS 218
Bronx
                          6:00 – 7:30 pm              1220 Gerard Avenue
                          Monday, March 23            P.S. 069 Daniel D. Tompkins
Staten Island
                          6:00 – 7:30 pm              144 Keating Place
                          Tuesday, March 24           The High School of Fashion Industries
Manhattan
                          6:00 – 7:30 pm              225 West 24th Street
                          Wednesday, March 25         Sunset Park High School
Brooklyn
                          6:00 – 7:30 pm              153 35th Street
                          Monday, March 30            Theodore Roosevelt Educational Campus
Bronx
                          6:00 – 7:30 pm              500 East Fordham Road
                          Monday, March 30            John Adams High School
Queens
                          6:00 – 7:30 pm              101-01 Rockaway Boulevard
                          Tuesday, March 31           High School of Art and Design
Manhattan
                          6:00 – 7:30 pm              245 East 56th Street




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                                                                                                      Starting Pre-Kindergarten in
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March 2015

Dear Families,

Providing free, high-quality early childhood education to all children is a critical investment in the future
of our City. The Pre-K for All initiative gives us an opportunity to support your child’s success early in life.
We have worked hard to create new free, full-day, high-quality pre-Kindergarten (pre-K) options this
year in order to offer pre-K to all New York City four year-olds. All pre-K programs are held to the same
high standards and must adhere to New York State’s curriculum expectations.*

This year, applying for pre-K is easier than ever before; for the first time, families may apply to pre -K
programs for district schools and full-day New York City Early Education Centers (NYCEECs) using a single
application. We encourage you to use the information in this Pre-K Directory, as well as additional online
resources at www.nyc.gov/prek, and apply for pre-K beginning on March 16th.

This Pre-K Directory will provide you with detailed information about your program options. The
deadline to submit your single application is Friday, April 24, 2015. You may apply online at
www.nyc.gov/prek, over the phone by calling 718-935-2067, or in person at one of our Family Welcome
Centers.

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to call the Department of Education at 718-935-2009 or
visit www.nyc.gov/prek. Continue checking the website for updates, including new pre-K programs
being added throughout the spring.

We look forward to helping you through the pre-K application process and partnering with you as your
child embarks on their educational journey. With Pre-K for All, Opportunity Starts Now for our children.

Sincerely,

Mayor Bill de Blasio
Chancellor Carmen Fariña




* Please visit www.p12.nysed.gov/ciai/common_core_standards/pdfdocs/nyslsprek.pdf for more information.
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Pre-K Learning Resources for Families
High quality pre-K lays the foundation for children to succeed. Research1 shows the short-term and
long-term benefits of high quality pre-K on the lives of young children.
In pre-K, children:
    x Build on their natural curiosity, develop persistence, and learn to work well with others.
    x Develop physically, which allows them to engage in everyday activities (i.e. using pencils,
      paintbrushes, and playground equipment).
    x Develop early literacy, language, and math skills (e.g. using new vocabulary, rhyming, counting, and
      forming patterns)͘
Curriculum and instruction in pre-K provides ample opportunities for students to engage in active,
hands-on exploration, discovery, critical-thinking, and problem solving through a combination of child-
initiated and teacher-directed experiences. Teachers support children in developing the skills and
knowledge described in the state pre-K learning standards, known as the Prekindergarten Foundation
for the Common Core. These standards cover five areas of learning and describe what children are
expected to know and be able to do at the end of their pre -K year.
Early Childhood Parent Guides, in various languages, are available to you from the Division of Early
Childhood Education. These Parent Guides provide you with information on what children learn in pre-K
and resources you may use to support your child’s learning at home and on the go. The Parent Guides
below can be found on the Division of Early Childhood Education’s website:
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Table of Contents
Manhattan Pre-Kindergarten Directory

Introduction
Welcome to Pre-K Admissions!..................................................................................................................... 1
The Pre-K Admissions Process ...................................................................................................................... 1
The Pre-K Application ................................................................................................................................... 3
Pre-K Admissions Priorities .......................................................................................................................... ϴ
Families of Students with Disabilities ......................................................................................................... 10
Families of Students Whose First Language is Not English ......................................................................... 12
Pre-K in Charter Schools ............................................................................................................................. 12
How to Read the Pre-Kindergarten Program Lists ...................................................................................... 13
Paper Application ........................................................................................................................................ 16

District Maps
District 1 Map.............................................................................................................................................. 19
District 2 Map.............................................................................................................................................. 27
District 3 Map.............................................................................................................................................. 41
District 4 Map.............................................................................................................................................. 51
District 5 Map.............................................................................................................................................. 61
District 6 Map.............................................................................................................................................. 71



Program Lists
District 1 ...................................................................................................................................................... 21
District 2 ...................................................................................................................................................... 29
District 3 ...................................................................................................................................................... 43
District 4 ...................................................................................................................................................... 53
District 5 ...................................................................................................................................................... 63
District 6 ...................................................................................................................................................... 73
Welcome to Pre-K Admissions!
If you live in New York City and your child was born in 2011, he or she is eligible to attend free pre-
Kindergarten (pre-K) in September 2015. We are excited to welcome your child to our schools, and are
here to help you along the way.
Pre-K is a free, high-quality program that runs five days per week from September through June. For
children born in 2011, pre-K will begin in September 2015. Most pre-K options are on a full-day schedule
(6 hours and 20 minutes); however, some 5-hour and half-day (2 hours and 30 minutes) options are also
available.
New York City families can apply to pre-K online, over the phone, or in person at a Family Welcome
Center. This book is designed to help guide you through every step of the pre-K Admissions process. If
you have any questions about applying to pre-K, call 718-935-2009 or visit www.nyc.gov/prek.


                     Pre-K Admissions Timeline
                     Application period begins on March 16, 2015
                     Application deadline is April 24, 2015
                     Placement offers distributed in early June 2015
                     Pre-registration is from June 1 – June 19, 2015


The Pre-K Admissions Process
All New York City children born in 2011 are eligible to apply to pre-K. This includes students with
disabilities and students whose first language is not English. Free pre-K programs are available at New
York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) district schools, charter schools, and New York City Early
Education Centers (NYCEECs). NYCEECs are approved organizations that partner with the NYCDOE to
provide pre-K programs to their communities.

There are four steps in the initial admissions process (“Main Round”) in the year leading up to pre-K:
    1.   Explore Your Options and Make Your List of WƌŽŐƌĂŵƐ
    2.   Submit Your Application by no later than April 24
    3.   Receive a Placement Offer
    4.   Pre-Register at the Program Your Child is Offered


Here are a few important facts that cover the most frequently asked questions about pre-K admissions.
You should know the following before you start exploring your pre-K options:
x Admission is not first-come, first-served. You can apply at any time before the April 24, 2015
  deadline.
x You can apply to district school pre-K programs and full-day NYCEEC pre-K programs using the same
  application. If you wish to apply to 5-hour or half-day NYCEEC pre-K programs, please contact those
  sites directly. For information about applying to charter school pre-K programs, see page 12.
x Students are considered for placement at each program on their application based on a priority
  order called the Admissions Priorities. Review the Admissions Priorities for both district schools and
  NYCEECs starting on page 8.
x The NYCDOE works to make as many pre-K programs as possible available to families, but the
  number of applicants may exceed the number of seats available in some programs. Placement in a
  particular pre-K program is not guaranteed through this process.


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1. Explore Your Options and Make Your List of WƌŽŐƌĂŵƐ
We recommend you use this Pre-K Directory to find out more about the admissions process and high-
quality pre-K options for your child, and then visit district schools, charter schools, and NYCEECs of
interest to learn more. This book contains a list of pre-K programs at NYCEECs, district schools, and
charter schools in one borough. Additional programs may be added by the NYCDOE throughout the
application period. For the latest information, please review the Pre-K Directory on our website
(www.nyc.gov/prek), call 718-935-2009, or visit one of our Family Welcome Centers.
Only you can decide which pre-K program is best for your child and your family. As you are preparing
your application, make sure to rank programs in order of your preference. You can list multiple pre-K
programs on your application, but only list programs where you would enroll your child if you receive an
offer.
The list you submit on your application should be based on your preferences. Rank first the program you
prefer most, but also include other programs in case your child cannot be placed at your most preferred
program(s). There is no right or wrong approach when ranking pre-K programs on your application. Your
child’s priority to be placed at a program depends on the Admissions Priorities.
Visiting programs of interest is a very important part of applying to pre-K. To find open house and tour
schedules, contact programs directly or visit www.nyc.gov/prek. It’s also important that you know how
long it takes to travel from your home to the programs to which you are applying. The NYCDOE does not
provide transportation for pre-K students, with the exception of students attending special education
programs (for more information about special education, please see pages 10-11).

2. Submit Your Application
From March 16, 2015 through April 24, 2015, you can apply to pre-K programs at district schools and
full-day NYCEECs that you believe would be a good fit for your child.
You can apply for pre-K using one of three methods:
    x   Apply online at www.nyc.gov/schools/prek
    x   Apply over the phone by calling 718-935-2067
    x   Apply in person at a Family Welcome Center (locations below)
To apply to half-day or 5-hour NYCEEC pre-K programs or charter school pre-K programs, please contact
these sites directly. For more information about charter schools, see page 12.

3. Receive a Placement Offer
You will receive notification about your placement offer in early June. Your child will
automatically be placed on the waitlist for the programs you ranked higher than the program
where your child received an offer. If you do not receive a placement offer, your child will be
placed on the waitlist for all pre-K programs on your application. Pre-K programs will contact
waitlisted families directly if they are able to offer them a seat; no additional action is required
to remain on the waitlist. You may also contact additional programs to have your child placed
on more waitlists.




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4. Pre-Register
In order to accept your pre-K offer, you must contact the school or NYCEEC for which you received an
offer and make an appointment to pre-register through June 19, 2015. Pre-registering your child at the
program where you received an offer does not prevent you from later receiving an offer to a program
where your child is on the waitlist.
When pre-registering, you must bring your child with you, as well as proof of your child’s date
of birth and two proofs of your address. For a full list of acceptable documentation, see page 6.
Please note that some NYCEEC programs may have additional eligibility criteria related to
household income, place of residence, and childcare needs. These programs will require
additional documentation from parents at the time of pre-registration. For more information,
see page 7.


The Pre-K Application
You can apply for pre-K from March 16, 2015 through April 24, 2015 using one of the three methods
below.
You may list up to 12 pre-K program choices on your application. Placement is not guaranteed; however,
your chances of receiving an offer increase with the number of program choices you list. Since all offers
are made according to Admissions Priorities, putting more programs on your list will not decrease your
chances of receiving an offer to your first-choice program.
No matter how you apply, make sure you get a receipt. If you do not receive a receipt, there may have
been a problem with your application submission. Please do not submit your application by mail;
applications received by mail will not be accepted.


Application Methods
Apply Online
Visit www.nyc.gov/prek to create an account and submit your application.
    x You may apply online 24 hours a day from March 16 through April 24, 2015.
    x The online application is available in nine languages other than English.
    x After you submit the application, a receipt will be emailed to you. You may also access your
        receipt at any time through your online account.
Please note: You must have an email address to apply online. If you do not have an email address or do
not wish to provide an email address, you can apply over the phone or in person at a Family Welcome
Center.
If you do not have a computer at home and would like to apply online, you can use a computer at any
New York City public library with a free library card. To sign up for a free library card, you need to provide
proof of address. To find a library in your area, call 311.
The deadline to apply online is Friday, April 24th, 2015 at 11:59 PM.




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Apply Over the Phone
Call us at 718-935-2067 to submit your application.
    x Call between 8:00 AM and 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
    x If you speak a language other than English, be sure to request an interpreter.
    x If you apply by phone, you will receive your application receipt by mail.
The deadline to apply over the phone is Friday, April 24, 2015 at 6:00 PM.

Apply In Person
Visit the counselors at any Family Welcome Center (see below for locations)
      x Welcome Centers are open from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Monday through Friday.
      x If you speak a language other than English, be sure to request an interpreter.
      x You will receive your receipt from the counselor when you submit your application.
The deadline to apply in person at a Family Welcome Center is Friday, April 24, 2015 at 3:00 PM.

Family Welcome Centers are open Monday – Friday, from 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM




                            Family Welcome Center Locations
 Borough                   Address
 Bronx                     1 Fordham Plaza, 7 Floor, Bronx, NY 10458
                           1230 Zerega Avenue, Bronx, NY 10462
 Brooklyn                  1780 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11230
                           415 89 Street, Brooklyn, NY 11209
                           29 Fort Greene Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217
                           1665 St. Mark’s Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11233
 Manhattan                 333 Seventh Avenue, 12 Floor, New York, NY 10001
                           388 West 125 Street, 7 Floor, New York, NY 10027
 Queens                    28-11 Queens Plaza North, Long Island City, NY 11101
                           30-48 Linden Place, Flushing, NY 11354
                           90-27 Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica, NY 11435
 Staten Island             715 Ocean Terrace, Building A, Staten Island, NY 10301




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Required Information
Whether you are planning to submit your pre-K application online, over the phone, or in person at a
Family Welcome Center, make sure you have the following information with you when you apply:
1. Child’s name
2. Child’s date of birth
3. Parent/guardian name
4. Child’s address
5. Your telephone number
6. Your email address (for online applications)
7. Sibling information,* if your child has a sibling attending one of the programs that you are going to
   list on your application:
   x Sibling’s name
   x Sibling’s date of birth
   x Sibling’s current grade;ŝĨĂƉƉůŝĐĂďůĞͿ
   x Sibling’s current school (if applicable)
   x Sibling’s OSIS (student ID number) (if applicable)
8. The programs you are applying to, in order of your preference

Please note: You must list a program more than once if you are applying to more than one session
offered at that site. For example, if a district school offers half-day and full-day sessions, and you are
interested in both, you must list the program once for each session of interest. Check the program list to
see which options are offered at the pre-K sites you are interested in. Similarly, if the program offers a
Dual Language option in addition to a general education option, and you wish to apply to both, you must
list the program twice on your application. Programs that offer Dual Language options will be marked in
the online application and online Directory with information about which language is offered. For more
information, please see page 12.
* A sibling is defined as a brother or sister – including half-brothers, half-sisters, stepbrothers,
stepsisters, foster brothers, and foster sisters – of the applicant, who lives in the same
household. You must list the sibling’s information on the application for your child to be
considered for sibling priority to that program. All sibling information is verified by the district
school or NYCEEC before offers are made. For more information about sibling priority, please
see page 8.




                               Applying in Languages other than English
 The pre-K application is available online or in person in the NYCDOE’s standard languages other than
 English: Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Urdu.

 Interpretation services are available in person or over the phone in over 200 languages.
 Call 718-935-2067 or visit a Family Welcome Center for assistance.

 Translated materials are available at www.nyc.gov/prek.




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After You Apply
NYCDOE Distributes Decision Letters
In early June 2015, you will receive a decision letter indicating whether or not your child has received a
placement offer to one of the pre-K programs on your application, whether district school or NYCEEC. If
you applied using the online application, you will be notified by email and by mail. If you submitted an
application over the phone or in person at a Family Welcome Center, you will be notified by mail only.
Families will receive, at most, a single pre-K offer. If your child is able to be matched to more than one
program based on his or her priority level at those programs, you will only receive an offer to whichever
of those programs you ranked higher on your application. This is why it is important that your
application choice order reflects your true preferences for your child’s placement. Your first choice on
the application should be your first choice of programs you want your child to attend.
Please note that if you do not receive a Main Round offer, there will still be opportunities throughout
the summer to find a pre-K program with a seat for your child.


Pre-Registration
The pre-registration period is from June 1 through June 19, 2015. To accept an offer, you must pre -
register at the program where you were offered a placement by June 19, 2015, or you will lose your
offer.
Please be sure you are available during the pre-registration period. If for any reason you are unavailable
during the pre-registration period, please contact the program immediately to make alternate
arrangements.

When you pre-register, you must bring:
    x Your child
    x Offer letter
    x Proof of your child’s age (child’s birth certificate or passport)
    x Two documents verifying proof of residence. Acceptable documents are listed below:
          o Utility bill (gas or electric) for the residence issued by National Grid (formerly Keyspan),
              Con Edison, or the Long Island Power Authority (for the Rockaways); must be dated
              within the past 60 days
          o Water bill for the residence; must be dated within the past 90 days
          o Original lease agreement, deed, or mortgage statement for the residence
          o Current property tax bill for the residence
          o Official payroll document from an employer (example: payroll receipt); must be dated
              within the past 60 days
          o Document or letter from a federal, state, or local government agency indicating the
              resident’s name and address (example: document from Internal Revenue Service (IRS),
              City Housing Authority, the Administration for Children’s Services (ACS)); must be dated
              within the past 60 days




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Other Eligibility Criteria and Documentation
Some NYCEEC pre-K programs receive federal Head Start funding and/or Child Care funding from the
New York City Administration for Children’s Services (ACS). Others may receive Head Start funding from
the federal Administration for Children and Families’ Office of Head Start. They may also have additional
eligibility criteria related to your household income, government services received, your address, or
your child care needs. If you receive an offer to one of these programs, you may need to provide
documentation verifying your eligibility in order to accept the offer (in addition to the required
documents necessary to pre-register for pre-K). NYCEECs that have additional eligibility criteria in some
or all classrooms are indicated in the program listings in this Pre-K Directory. These programs are
typically able to provide free or low-cost extended day services to families.
It is very important to contact programs that may have these additional criteria before completing your
application, in order to find out about their requirements for enrolling your child. You should only apply
to these programs if you believe your family will meet their eligibility criteria. If your child already
attends a Head Start program, you will continue to remain eligible for Head Start services.

Waitlists
If you are not offered placement at the program you ranked highest on your application, you will
automatically be placed on the waitlist for all programs you ranked higher than the program where your
child received an offer. For example, if you received a placement offer for the program you listed third
on your application, you will automatically be included on the waitlist for your first and second choice
programs. Programs will contact waitlisted families directly if they are able to offer them a seat; no
additional action is required of families at this point in the placement process.
If you would like to add your child to the waitlist of a program you did not apply to, pl ease contact the
program directly, after offer letters are received. Students are ordered on each program’s waitlist
according to the Admissions Priorities.

Round 2 Application Period
The New York City Department of Education is actively working to create additional full-day pre-K
opportunities for September 2015. Many new options will be announced during the Main Round
application period (March 16 – April 24, 2015) and you will be able to apply to them, but they will not be
listed in printed versions of this Pre-K Directory. The online version of the Pre-K Directory will be updated
regularly with new options, and is available at www.nyc.gov/prek.
We also expect to announce new programs in late spring of 2015 that will not be part of the Main Round
application period. However, families will have an opportunity to apply to the newly added programs
during a second application process (“Round 2”) in the summer of 2015. Generally, programs that were
part of the Main Round will not be available on the Round 2 application. If you miss the opportunity to
apply to a program that was in the Main Round, you may contact these programs directly to be added to
their waitlists, starting in June 2015.
Regardless of whether your family received and/or accepted a pre-K seat during the main application
round, you will be able to submit an application during Round 2 for the participating programs that are of
interest to you. More information about Round 2 and new pre-K options will be available to families in
June 2015 via the pre-K website (www.nyc.gov/prek) and calling 718-935-2009.




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Pre-K Admissions Priorities
Students are considered for placement at each program they list on their application based on a priority
order called admissions priorities. Students who fall in the first priority group will be considered for
placement first; students in the second priority group will be considered next; and so on, until all seats
have been filled. If there are more applicants than seats within a given priority group, seats will be
assigned by random selection among applicants at the same priority level. Admissions priorities differ
between district schools and NYCEECs.


District School Admissions Priorities
Living in the zone of a school, having a sibling who attends a school you apply to, and not having a pre-K
program in your zoned school are all factors that impact which priority group your child falls into for
each district school on your application. If there are more applicants than seats within a given priority
group, seats will be assigned by random selection among applicants at the same priority level.

Zoned School and District
New York City is divided into 32 Community School Districts. Your district is determined by your child’s
home address. In general, students who reside in a school’s district have a higher priority to attend that
school than students living outside the district. To find your district, call 311 or visit the NYCDOE School
Search page (www.nyc.gov/schools/schoolsearch) and enter your home address in the search bar.
Your zoned school is determined by your home address. If you don’t know your zoned school, call 311 or
visit the NYCDOE School Search page (www.nyc.gov/schools/schoolsearch). Students who live within a
district school’s zone are prioritized for admission to that school.

Sibling Priority for District School Applicants
A sibling is defined as a brother or sister (including half-brothers, half-sisters, stepbrothers, stepsisters,
foster brothers, foster sisters) of the applicant, who lives in the same household. To receive sibling
priority to a district school, the applicant’s sibling must be pre-registered or enrolled at the school in
grades K-5 at the time of application submission AND must be entering grades K-5 in September 2015.
District schools are responsible for verifying sibling status before placements are made. Applicants only
receive sibling priority for admission to the school(s) where an eligible sibling is verified.
While there are some district schools and programs with Admissions Priorities that are different, most
district schools use the priorities described below:




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Standard Admissions Priorities for District Schools
    1. Students residing in the zone, who have a sibling at the school in grades K-5 in September
        2015.*
    2. Students residing in the zone, who do not have a sibling at the school.*
    3. Students residing in the district, who have a sibling at the school , and who have no zoned school
        or whose zoned school has no pre-K program.
    4. Students residing in the district, who have a sibling at the school , and who are zoned to a
        different school which has a pre-K program.
    5. Students residing in the borough, who have a sibling at the school.
    6. Students residing out-of-borough, who have a sibling at the school.
    7. Students residing in the district, who have no zoned school or whose zoned school has no pre-K
        program
    8. Students residing in the district, who are zoned to a different school which has a pre-K program.
    9. Students residing in the borough.
    10. Students residing out-of-borough.
* Does not apply to non-zoned schools
Throughout New York City, there are district schools without a zone called non-zoned schools. For non-
zoned schools, the first two Admissions Priorities above do not apply. District 1 (Lower East Side,
Manhattan), District 7 (South Bronx) and District 23 (Brownsville, Brooklyn) are choice districts, which
means they do not have any zoned schools.

New York City Early Education Center Admissions Priorities
If your family receives other services from a NYCEEC or your child speaks a native language other than
English that the NYCEEC specializes in serving, these are factors that affect which priority group your
child falls into for each NYCEEC on your application. If there are more applicants than seats within a
given priority group, seats will be assigned by random selection among applicants at the same priority
level. NYCEECs are responsible for verifying whether a student is eligible for any of these priorities
before placements are made; please read below for more information.


Sibling Priority for NYCEEC Applicants
Siblings of NYCEEC applicants may be of any age from birth – grade 12, as long as they will be enrolled
in a program at the same NYCEEC for September 2015 (examples: a younger sibling enrolled in a daycare
program offered by the NYCEEC; an older sibling enrolled in an after-school program offered by the
NYCEEC). NYCEECs are responsible for verifying sibling status before placements are made. Applicants
only receive sibling priority to the program(s) where a sibling is verified as enrolled.

Standard Admissions Priorities for New York City Early Education Centers
    1. Current students enrolled at the NYCEEC (for the 2014-2015 school year) matriculating from
       three-year-old programs.
    2. Siblings of current students enrolled at the NYCEEC.
    3. Students whose families currently receive free or subsidized social services from the
       organization operating the NYCEEC pre-K program.
    4. Students speaking a native language other than English that the NYCEEC specializes in serving.
    5. All other students.




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Families of Students with Disabilities
All families with children born in 2011 may apply to pre-K programs for the 2015-2016 school year.
Some families may need to work with their local Committee on Special Education (CSE) or Committee on
Preschool Special Education (CPSE) to identify an appropriate placement that meets the needs of their
child. Regional CSE/CPSE offices serve families in their home districts (see CSE/CPSE locations below). To
learn more about placements for students who require special education services, please read the
sections below:

Families New to Special Education
If you believe your child has a disability and may need spe cial education services, you can send a written
request for an evaluation to your local CSE/CPSE. If it is determined that your child is a preschool
student with a disability, an Individualized Education Program (IEP) will be developed recommending the
special education services that will meet your child’s educational needs. For more information about
pre-K special education, contact the CSE/CPSE in your home district (see CSE/CPSE locations below) or
visit http://schools.nyc.gov/Academics/SpecialEducation/tellmemore/information-parents-
preschoolers.htm.


Students with an Individualized Educational Program (IEP)
If your child has already been evaluated by a CSE/CPSE and currently has an Individualized Education
Program (IEP), please review this section for more details about how placement for a pre-K program is
determined. All families of students with IEPs are encouraged to participate in the pre-K admissions
process.
    x   Students with IEPs that recommend Special Education Itinerant Teacher (SEIT) services and/or
        Related Services can receive these services at ANY pre-K program. Families should apply to pre-K
        through the application process described on pages 1-3.
    x   The CSE/CPSE is responsible for finding an appropriate placement for children whose IEPs
        recommend a Special Class or Special Class in an Integrated Setting. The standard pre-K
        application process does NOT include these settings. However, preschool students whose IEPs
        recommend a half-day Special Class or half-day Special Class in an Integrated Setting may
        participate in a pre-K program for the rest of the day.
    x   If your child has an IEP that recommends Special Class or Special Class in an Integrated Setting
        for a full or half-day, you can still participate in the central application process, in the event that
        your child’s IEP recommendation changes for the 2015-2016 school year. Please contact the
        CPSE for more information regarding your child’s recommendation. (See CPSE locations on
        following page.)




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Committee on Special Education (CSE) and Committee on Pre-School Special Education (CPSE) Locations
 CSE/District                     Address                                                   Phone
 CSE 1 (Districts 7,9,10)         One Fordham Plaza, 7 Floor, Bronx, NY 10458               718-329-8001
 CSE 2 (Districts 8,11,12)        3450 East Tremont Avenue, 2 Floor, Bronx, NY 10465        718-794-7429
                                                                                            Español: 718-
                                                                                            794-7490
 CSE 3 (Districts 25, 26)         30-48 Linden Place, Flushing, NY 11354                    718-281-3461
 CSE 3 (Districts 28, 29)         90-27 Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica, NY 11435                718-557-2553
 CSE 4 (Districts 24,30)          28-11 Queens Plaza North, 5 Floor, Long Island City,      718-391-8405
                                  NY 11101
 CSE 4 (District 27)              82-01 Rockaway Boulevard, 2 Floor, Ozone Park, NY         718-642-5715
                                  11416
 CSE 6 (Districts 17,18,22)       5619 Flatlands Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11234                 718-968-6200
 CSE 7 (Districts 20,21)          415 89 Street, Brooklyn, NY 11209                         718-759-4900
 CSE 7 (District 31)              715 Ocean Terrace, Building A, Staten Island, NY          718-420-5790
                                  10301
 CSE 8 (Districts 13,14,15,16)    131 Livingston Street, 4 Floor, New York, NY 10001        718-935-4900
 CSE 9 (Districts 1,2,4)          333 Seventh Avenue, 4 Floor, New York, NY 10001           917-339-1600
 CSE 10 (Districts 3,5,6)         388 West 125 Street, New York, NY 10027                   212-342-8300


Site Accessibility
All schools that are considered Functionally Accessible are indicated with the accessibility icon next to
the school name and number.
Functionally Accessible District Schools are located in a fully or partially accessible building where an
individual with mobility impairment may enter and access all relevant programs and services, including
the science laboratory, library, cafeteria, and the gymnasium; in some cases school programs may need
to be re-located to accommodate access. At least one restroom is accessible.
For more information about Site Accessibility, including a complete list of functionally accessible district
schools, please refer to the List of Accessible Schools, available online at
www.nyc.gov/schools/Offices/OSP/Accessibility.
For more information about whether NYCEECs of interest are functionally accessible, please contact
these programs directly.




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Families of Students Whose First Language is Not English
The NYCDOE provides a range of programs and supports to ensure that students who do not speak
English as their native language develop the language skills necessary to excel in school. Below you will
find an overview of the options available to pre-K students who are native speakers of English or other
languages.
Dual Language (DL): Dual Language (DL) programs provide instruction in two languages (half in English,
half in the target language), with the aim of enabling all students to become bilingual. These programs
support students whose native language is not English and who are in need of English language
instruction and English-speaking students who are interested in learning a second language. Through
their interactions, both groups of students are supported in the development of both languages.
* Dual Language pre-K programs aim for a balance of native English speakers and children whose native
language is not English, so language may be used to prioritize applicants. Applicants who wish to apply
to both the dual language and general education classes should list each separately on their application.
Enhanced Language Instruction (ELI): Some pre-K programs in NYCEECs offer additional supports to
enhance language development in the native languages spoken by children. For example, the classroom
has schedules, labels, music and a wide range of books in English and the language(s) other than English
spoken by students readily accessible.
** NYCEEC programs with enhanced language supports tailor their supports to children who speak a
particular language. In these cases, language may be used to prioritize applicants.
Identifying Students Prioritized for Dual Language or NYCEEC Enhanced Language Instruction
Programs that offer Dual Language or Enhanced Language Instruction will be marked in the online
application and online Directory with information about which language is offered. If you are interested
in a Dual Language program or a program with Enhanced Language Instruction, you must list these
program(s) specifically on your pre-K application. If you apply to these programs, you will be asked to
provide your child’s primary language spoken at home. Please note that your child’s primary language
may be used to determine his or her priority for placement in these programs.
Additional Language Support Options: District schools and NYCEECs may have other pre-K options for
students who speak languages other than English at home. Please contact schools and NYCEECs directly
for more information about available services and programs that meet the specific linguistic needs of
your child. These additional supports may include English as a Second Language (ESL) and Transitional
Bilingual Education (TBE).


Pre-K in Charter Schools
Charter schools are free public schools that are open to all New York City students. Charter schools
operate independently from the regulations outlined by the New York City Department of Education
(known as “Chancellor’s Regulations”). Instead, charter schools function according to the terms of a
performance contract, or “charter” issued by a New York State authorizer. Charter schools are held
accountable for meeting specific academic goals and often try different approaches to ensure their
students meet those goals. Any student eligible for admission to a traditional district school is eligible for
admission to a public charter school in New York City.
Most charter schools have a separate application process for pre-K admissions, but you may be able to
apply ƚŽsome through the ƐŝŶŐůĞ application process. If you would like to apply to pre-K at a charter
school, please contact the charter school directly to learn about the application options available and
how the charter school prioritizes applicants for placement. If there are charter school pre-K programs
in this borough at the time of printing, they are listed in this Pre-K Directory. Additional charter school
pre-K programs will be announced throughout the spring. Please visit our website for the latest
information: www.nyc.gov/prek.


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How to Read the Pre-Kindergarten Program Lists
This section of the Pre-Kindergarten Directory provides information about pre-K programs in New York
City, including school contact information, program features, and the number of available seats for the
2015-2016 school year.
Please note the following:
    x Pre-K programs for this borough are listed by district. Within each district, programs to which
         you can apply through the single application process are listed ahead of programs which you
         must contact directly in order to apply.
    x If you would like to find information about pre-K programs in other boroughs, you can access
         other Pre-K Directories online at www.nyc.gov/prek or in person at a Family Welcome Center.

Below you will find explanations of what you will find in the program lists.


                      1                                    2



                                  3                                      4                                 5

1. Program Code and Name: You will need to know the program code and name when you complete
   the application.

2. Program Alerts: You may find symbol or text next to each program name that indicate the following:

    Ë = indicates a district school that is functionally accessible. For more information, see page 11.
    Other eligibility requirements = indicates a NYCEEC program that has eligibility criteria related to
    household income, place of residence, and/or childcare needs. Students currently enrolled in a
    NYCEEC program that has other eligibility requirements must apply to pre-K in order to receive an
    offer to attend that program or another program. Current students are strongly encouraged to
    apply. Please contact the program directly, before completing your application, to find out about
    additional eligibility requirements. For more information, please see page 7.

3. Contact Information: Provides information about how to get in touch with program staff; whether it
   is in person, by phone, or email, make sure you are aware of the ways you can reach the programs
   you are interested in. This section also includes public transit information.

4. Program Features: Provides information about meals served, program play space, and whether
   extended day programs are available. Some extended day programs may require a fee for
   participation. Additionally, programs may have other features not listed here or updates to the
   features listed; always contact pre-K programs directly for the most up-to-date information.

5. Seat Information: This section provides the number and types of available seats for each pre-K
   program. It also reports the results of last year’s admissions for district schools. The program
   information listed in this section is accurate at the time of publication, but is subject to change.




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You will find the following information in this section:
    x    Total number of seats at each program by seat type for the 2015-2016 school year:
         FD – Full-Day seats. Full-day programs run for 6 hours and 20 minutes.
         HD – Half-Day seats. For district schools, half-day seats are either listed as AM (morning) or PM
         (afternoon). Half-day programs run for 2 hours and 30 minutes.
         5H – 5-hour seats.
         Some programs may be listed in the Pre-K Directory more than once if they offer multiple
         schedule options.
    x    2014 Lowest Priority Accepted: The Lowest Priority information (available for district schools) is
         meant to give you a sense of your child’s likelihood of admission to a district school pre-K
         program for the 2015-2016 school year, based on last year’s admissions. This section tells you
         the lowest priority group that received placement offers to attend the school in 2014. All
         applicants in higher priority groups received offers. Some families in lower priority groups may
         have received waitlist offers later in the process.

The district school shown in the sample above, The STAR Academy – P.S. 63 has “9-In-boro” in the “2014
Lowest Priority Accepted” column. This means that in 2014, all children living in the school’s borough
and all siblings (priority groups 1-9) received placement offers to the school’s pre-K program.
The table below lists a full description of the priority groups as well as the information you’ll see in the
“Lowest Priority Accepted 2014” section of the district school program lists. Please note that an applicant
may fall into different priority groups for different programs. As you look through the program listings in
this book, please refer back to this page to understand which priority groups’ applicants were admitted to
schools in 2014.


 2014 Lowest Priority         Full Description of Priority Group
 Accepted
 1 – Zoned w/ sib             Students residing in the zone, who have a sibling at the school in grades K -5 in
                              September 2015
 2 – Zoned                    Students residing in the zone, who do not have a sibling at the school
 3 – In-district w/ sib       Students residing in the district, who have a sibling at the school, and who have no
                              zoned school or whose zoned school has no pre-K program
 4 – In-district w/ sib       Students residing in the district, who have a sibling at the school, and who are
                              zoned to a different school which has a pre-K program
 5 – In-boro w/ sib           Students residing in the borough, who have a sibling at the school
 6 – Out-boro w/ sib          Students residing out-of-borough, who have a sibling at the school
 7 – In-district              Students residing in the district, who have no zoned school or whose zoned school
                              has no pre-K program
 8 – In-district              Students residing in the district, who are zoned to a different school which has a
                              pre-K program
 9 – In-borough               Students residing in the borough
 10 – Out-of-boro             Students residing out-of-borough
 Did not fill                 This program still had seats available after the main offer period




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Important Note
The information listed in this Pre-Kindergarten Directory is accurate at the time of publication, but
is subject to change.

Have Questions? Need Help? Please visit our website (www.nyc.gov/prek) or call 718-935-2009 for
the latest information or if you have any questions about pre -K admissions.




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APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION TO
                                                                                                                               PRE-KINDERGARTEN
                                                                                                                   FOR THE 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR
You may submit this paper application in person at a Family Welcome Center (see reverse). You can also apply online at www.nyc.gov/prek
or apply over the phone by calling 718-935-2067. All applications are due by April 24, 2015. Do not submit this application by mail or
directly to programs.
Eligibility Criteria: Applicants must be residents of New York City and have been born in 2011.


1 PRE-KINDERGARTEN APPLICANT INFORMATION

                                                                                                                                                                    2 0 1 1
                                                                                                                                                     (mm/dd/yyyy)
Applicant First Name                                     Applicant Last Name                                                  M.I.   Date of Birth

                                                                                                                                           -                 -
Parent/Guardian First Name                               Parent/Guardian Last Name                                            Phone Number

                                                                                                                                                                        RM     RF
Street Number                        Street Name                                                                                Apartment #                 Applicant’s Gender (optional)
                                                                              N Y
City                                                                        State          Zip Code


Parent/Guardian Email
All families will receive communications in English. If you would like to receive communications in translation as well, please indicate
your language:          R Arabic R Bengali R Chinese R French R Haitian Creole R Korean R Russian R Spanish R Urdu
2 OTHER CHILDREN APPLYING TO PRE-KINDERGARTEN
Do you have other children born in 2011 who are applying to pre-Kindergarten for September 2015? R Yes R No
If yes, and you want the applicants to attend the same program, you must 1) complete an application for each child and 2) enter each
child’s information below. Applicants must have the same programs listed in the same order on their applications to be placed together.
If no, leave this section blank.
Other children include brothers/sisters (including stepbrothers, stepsisters, foster brothers, foster sisters) who live in the same household as
the applicant named on this form.
                                                   OTHER CHILDREN APPLYING TO PRE-KINDERGARTEN
                                    First Name                                                           Last Name                                        Date of Birth (mm/dd/yyyy)

                                                                                                                                                                    /     /2011
                                                                                                                                                                    /     /2011
                                                                                                                                                                    /     /2011

3 SIBLING PRIORITY INFORMATION
Does the applicant have one or more siblings who will be attending any of the district schools or New York City Early Education Centers
(NYCEECs) on this application in September 2015? R Yes R No
If yes, enter the information for each of these siblings below. Please do not include other applicants listed in Section 2. If no, leave this section blank.

For district schools, the applicant will receive priority for admission if the sibling(s) is currently pre-registered or enrolled at the school and will
be in grades K-5 at the school in September 2015.

For NYCEECs, the applicant will receive priority if a sibling aged birth – grade 12 will be enrolled in a program at the same NYCEEC for
September 2015.
                                                                                    SIBLINGS
       SAMPLE




                                                                                                              Date of Birth     Sept 2015 Grade       Student ID (OSIS)
                          Name (First Last)          Program Code   Name of District School or NYCEEC        (mm/dd/yyyy)        (if applicable)        (if applicable)
                            John Doe                2 4 Q 9 9 9                P.S. 999                 01 / 01 / 2008                2            1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
                            Jane Doe               0 2 M A B C NY Early Learning Center                 12 / 15 /2013                N/A
                                                                                  SIBLINGS
                                                                             Name of District            Date of Birth         Sept 2015 Grade
                Name (First Last)                  Program Code                                                                                       Student ID (OSIS) (if applicable)
                                                                            School or NYCEEC            (mm/dd/yyyy)            (if applicable)

                                                                                                         /         /
                                                                                                         /         /
                                                                                                         /         /
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4 PRE-KINDERGARTEN PROGRAM CHOICES
 You may list up to 12 New York City pre-Kindergarten programs on this application. Please list your choices in your order of preference. You
 should only list programs that you are interested in having your child attend. Use the sample below as a guide when entering your choices.
 For each choice you make, you must enter the:
     1. Program Code
     2. Program Name
     3. Session Time. For district school programs, you may use this application for half-day or full-day options. For NYCEEC programs, you
        may only use this application for full-day options. To apply to half-day or 5-hour NYCEEC programs, please contact those sites directly.
     4. Current Student Priority Information (for NYCEEC applicants only). Check the box if your child currently attends a NYCEEC program
        listed as an application choice below.
     5. Social Services Recipient Priority Information (for NYCEEC applicants only). Check the box if your family currently receives free or
        subsidized social services from a NYCEEC program listed as an application choice below.
     6. Indicate the applicant’s native language in order to apply to an Enhanced Language Instruction program or a Dual Language option at
        participating programs (see Pre-K Directory for more information). If the program has a Dual Language option and a general education
        option, and you wish to apply to both, you must list the program twice.
 Please check the Pre-K Directory to see which sessions (AM, PM, and/or full-day) are offered in the programs you list below. List only one session
 time for each choice. This means that you must list a program more than once if you are applying to more than one session at that program.
                                                                                                                                                                                     For Dual or Enhanced
                                                                                                                                                            Social Services         Language Instruction
         Choice                                                      Name of District                                            Current Student?
                                                                                                                                                              Recipient?
SAMPLE




                           Program Code                                                                  Session Time                                                            programs, or Dual Language
         Orderª                                                     School or NYCEEC                                             (NYCEECs only)                                   options, indicate applicant’s
                                                                                                      (AM, PM, or full-day)                                (NYCEECs only)
                                                                                                                                                                                        native language

           1      0    2     M    A       B      c          NY Early Learningg CenterR Ful
                                                                                        Full-Day
                                                                                  CORRECT                                                
                                                                                                                                         R                        R
           2      2    4     Q    9       9       9                       PS 999 CORRECT
                                                                                     R    A.M.
                                                                                          A                                              R                        R                     Spanish
           3      2    4     Q    9       9       9                       PS 9999INCORRECT
                                                                                     R Full-D
                                                                                        Full-Day                                         R                        R                  Write in your child’s
                                      If you are applying to more                                                                                        Only check the box if     native language if you
                                                                                                                               Only check the box if                             are applying to a site that
                                         than one option at the                                                                                          your family currently
                                                                                                                              your child is a current                            offers Enhanced Language
                                        same site, you must list                                                                                        receives services from
                                                                                                                              student at the NYCEEC.                                Instruction or a Dual
                                                it twice.                                                                                                    the NYCEEC.
                                                                                                                                                                                      Language option.

                                                                                   Session Time      Current Student?           Social Services Recipient?                   For Enhanced Language
  Choice                                                                                              (for NYCEECs only,      (for NYCEECs only, check the box if            Instruction programs or
                                                       Name of District          (AM, PM, or full-
  Order           Program Code                                                                        check the box if the    your family currently receives free or         Dual Language options,
                                                      School or NYCEEC                 day)            applicant currently     subsidized social services from this             indicate applicant’s
     ª
                                                                                                     attends the NYCEEC)                  organization)                           native language

    1                                                                                                        R                                  R
    2                                                                                                        R                                  R
    3                                                                                                        R                                  R
    4                                                                                                        R                                  R
    5                                                                                                        R                                  R
    6                                                                                                        R                                  R
    7                                                                                                        R                                  R
    8                                                                                                        R                                  R
    9                                                                                                        R                                  R
   10                                                                                                        R                                  R
   11                                                                                                        R                                  R
   12                                                                                                        R                                  R
    5 PARENT/GUARDIAN         NAME & SIGNATURE
      Applications must be signed and dated.
 By signing this form, I certify that I am the parent/guardian of the applicant, that the applicant and I live at the same address as listed on
 this form, that the applicant was born in 2011, that I understand the placement process, and that I am authorized to submit this application
 on behalf of the applicant. I understand that if I do not reside at the address provided on this application, I may lose my child’s offer.
 Parent/Guardian Signature: ____________________________________________________________ Date: _________________________
                                               Family Welcome Centers: Open from 8 am – 3 pm, Monday through Friday
  Borough              Address                                                               Borough              Address
                       1 Fordham Plaza, 7th Floor, Bronx, NY 10458                                                333 Seventh Avenue, 12th Floor, New York, NY 10001
  Bronx                                                                                      Manhattan
                       1230 Zerega Avenue, Bronx, NY 10462                                                        388 West 125th Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10027
                       1780 Ocean Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11230                                                      28-11 Queens Plaza North, Long Island City, NY 11101
                       415 89th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11209                                   Queens               30-48 Linden Place, Flushing, NY 11354
  Brooklyn
                       29 Fort Greene Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217                                                   90-27 Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica, NY 11435
                       1665 St. Mark’s Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11233                            Staten Island        715 Ocean Terrace, Building A, Staten Island, NY 10301


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