The P.S. 32 Spring Auction is back and this year, we’re doing it Vegas style!
This is our biggest fundraiser which pays for tons of the amazing enrichment programming for our kids, including the After School Program, the Garden Program, Metropolitan Opera, Visiting Authors, and so much more.
Save the Date for this fun and exciting night out!!
March 22nd 2019
BRIC House, Brooklyn
Stay tuned for more information to come.
Dear PS 32 community,
At PS 32, our mission is to provide engaging, enriching learning experiences for each of our students. As we strive to offer all our children this type of education, we also maintain our collective focus on equity and opportunity, especially for those who need our support most. At the last PTA meeting , the PS 32 PTA took a big step to support this vision by voting to merge our Good Shepherd after school program with the PTA-facilitated after school enrichment program. The PTA’s leadership in this area ensures that all PS 32 children will receive a safe, enriching, and meaningful afterschool experience each and every day.
The unification of our Good Shepherd and PTA-facilitated programs presents a new opportunity for PS 32 staff members to facilitate and lead enrichment programming for our students. We anticipate that next school year, our after school program will be offered Monday through Friday from 3:00 – 6:00. Hours will have some flexibility; please stay tuned for additional information as the plan for the program is concretized.
Thank you for your support and contributions as we work to bring this vision of equity and enrichment to life for each of our students. We couldn’t do the good work that we do at PS 32 without you!
THE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM IS FILLED UP!
E-mail or call Karl Apelgren, Program Director, with any questions.
Office (718) 625-5876
Click here and here for more information.
Click here to download the 2018-2019 GSS Afterschool Application
P.S. 32 – SAMUEL MILLS SPROLE SCHOOL
317 HOYT STREET, BROOKLYN NY 11231
APPLICATIONS WILL CONTINUE TO BE AVAILABLE ON A ROLLING BASIS
- Applications are distributed on site at P.S. 32 and available online
- Original documents are required.
- Eligible children must be at least 5 years old in order to enroll in After School.
- All applications must include a current and stamped physical examination form from, completed within the last 365 days.
- Only complete applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. This also applies to sibling applications.
- The After School Program is FREE. You must commit to a minimum of 2 days a week.
Fall 2018 Activity Descriptions
Fall 2018 Tentative Schedule
Hear what Roz “The Lice Lady” has to say! Since lice goes around schools, we all need to work at checking and keeping our kids clear of lice otherwise it just circulates. It just takes one undetected louse or nit to start the cycle again. There is no shame in lice so we should all try to educate ourselves and our children. It is like getting a cold or the flu. We can pass it to each other. We need to stay home until we are well and we need to treat it. Click here to visit our new PS32 Lice Treatment & Prevention page.
FAKS is an offshoot of the Wellness Committee and brings more allergy awareness to our school community.
FAKS was created by a mom who has a child at P.S. 32 with life threatening food allergies. The group strives to make positive changes with the support of the P.S 32 administration to keep allergic kids safe at school.
FAKS is seeking members. Those of you interested in joining the cause please email Kristen Williams at email@example.com
HELP US DEFER PTA EXPENSES
Did you know that the P.S. 32 PTA recycles old HP toner cartridges of any type? Bring your old HP cartridges to the next PTA Meeting. We’ll take it off your hands! The PTA receives cash or credit and the funds help pay for office supplies. You and your friends can help!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions on how you can help out the environment and the PTA without spending a dime! See the PS 32 PTA HP Cartridge Flyer here
CHANCELLOR FARIÑA ENCOURAGES PARENTS TO GET INVOLVED BY RUNNING FOR AN EDUCATION COUNCIL SEAT
The 36 Community Education Councils include 32 District Councils and Four Citywide Councils, one each for High Schools, English Language Learners, Special Education and District 75
CCECs Offer Parents an Opportunity to Shape Educational Policies in their Districts and Make a Direct Impact in their School Communities.
New York City Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña today encouraged parents across the city to make a direct impact on their child’s education by running for an Education Council seat. Parents interested in becoming members of a Community or Citywide Education Council (CCEC) can apply starting today through March 11, and should visit NYCParentLeaders.org for more information.