to P. S. 65!
school community of parents and teachers at The Academy of Innovative Learning want to welcome you
to an exciting school year. We are
totally committed to creating a school environment wherein the whole child concept is utilized and their social,
emotional and academic needs are met.
P.S. 65 offers students an education that gives them exposure to
the arts and, as a result, taps into their hidden talents, building
self-esteem in the process. It is a
school where student learning, individuality, and character are
About Our School
P.S. 65 is a school where students come eager and ready to develop their minds and their character and improve student achievement through infusion of the arts into the core curriculum. For our students, the arts provoke thought, increase awareness, ignite passion, allow exploration and express emotion. The Academy of Innovative Learning offers all students an atmosphere that is conducive to learning and a curriculum that is rigorous consistent, sequential and individualized to meet the needs and learning styles of each student with a focus on each student's intellectual, personal, social and physical development.
New School Hours for the Entire School
8:00AM - 2:20PM
Breakfast begins at 7:40AM
School bus and After-School information is still pending.
Continue to check your email and/or our website here for more information.
Save the Date!
You will have your choice of two workshops to attend.
Childcare is available on a limited basis for school aged children, ages 5-11 ONLY
Spanish translation will be available
Staten Island Hilton Garden Inn
1100 South Avenue
Saturday, October 18
8AM to 2PM
Book of the Month
Early Childhood & Upper Grades
Congratulations to CLASS
for 100% ATTENDANCE for the month of !
Boardwalk and Beach Events
Sand Lane & Father Capodanno Blvd.
Sunset Family Festivals
Every Wednesday & Sunday at 4PM
Popcorn, Good Food and Beverage, Cotton Candy, Ices & Ice Cream and Family Entertainment
For the latest movie & event schedule
visit: ww.backtotheboardwalk.com or call 347.466.1767
The Department of Youth and Community Development is pleased to announce additional opportunities for middle school-aged participants in our Summer Enrichment programs. As the summer is quickly approaching, you have to act fast. Follow these three easy steps to secure a spot at one of the many summer programs across the City.
You will receive an email or phone call providing you with additional information to complete the enrollment process.
Breakfast and lunch continues beyond the scheduled instructional school year. The Summer Meals Program is available at public schools, community pool centers, parks, New York City Housing Authority complexes, and otner locations around the city. No registration, documentation, or ID is required to receive a free breakfast or lunch mean for all children 18 years old and under.
Remember from June 27th to August 29th school is out but free summer meals are in!
For information on meal times and menus, please click on this link.
School sites on the North Shore
P.S. 18 John G Whittier
P.S. 22 Graniteville
1860 Forest Avenue
P.S. 31 William T. Davis
55 Layton Avenue
I.S. 49 Berta A. Dreyfus
101 Warren Street
Forest Avenue & Broadway
455 Front Street
Mariners Harbor Mini Pool
Grandview Avenue & Continental Place
Faber Street & Richmond Terrace
West Brighton Pool
799 Henderson Avenue
NYC Housing Buildings
NCHA - Richmond Terrace
151 Jersey Street, First Floor
Welcome summer with the Urban Park Rangers by downloading the July/August/September edition of Outdoors in New York.
Members of the 2014-2015 PTA Board
President - Victoria Anderson
1st Vice President - Toni Bennett
2nd Vice President - Christina Scheffler
Treasurer - Trica Ryan
Corresponding Secretary - Janet Dones
Recording Secretary - Lynn Keiser
Let's welcome our new 2014-2015 SLT Members!
Ms. Victoria Anderson
Ms. Janet Dones
Ms. Tony Bennett
Mr. David Scheffler
Ms. Monica Contreras
Tuesday, September 9, 2014 - 6:15pm
Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - 6:15pm
Tuesdays, November 6, 2014 - 6:15pm
Tuesday, December 2, 2014 -8:15am
Tuesday, January 6, 2015 - 6:15pm
February 3, 2015 - 8:15am
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 - 6:15pm
Tuesday, April 14, 2015 -6:15pm
Tuesday, May 5, 2015 - 6:15pm
Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - 6:15pm
*All Executive Boards Meetings are held
1 hour prior to the start of each meeting.
Please visit their website for more information.
5% cash back to the school when you order your child's school uniform at French Toast*. Please use School Source Code: QS5BNKH. Click on this direct link FRENCH TOAST to get started.
*Only applies to online orders.
Language Assistance Services
The Department of Education is committed to ensuring that you have a meaningful opportunity to participate in and have access to programs and services critical to your child's education. The Department of Education provides translation and interpretation services that will assist you in communicating effectively with your child's school. Information about your rights regarding translation and interpretation services is available in the main office of this school.
Parents in this school who need language assistance should contact Norma Santaliz, Parent Coordinator.
Seaman's Society Tutoring Service
50 Bay Street
Staten Island, NY 10301
MONDAY - FRIDAY
3:00PM TO 5:00PM
Paul Schooling, Director
718.447.7740 ext. 4628
FORWARD THROUGH EDUCATION is a new initiative supported with grants from the Hearst Foundation, the Staten Island Foundation and the Office of the Richmond County District Attorney. It provides tutoring services to children in elementary, intermediate and high school to help them overcome academic difficulties in any subject area. The tutors are St. John's graduate students who monitor the progress of the children closely. A current report card is required when the child starts the service so progress can be monitored.
If you should have any questions, please contact Liz Rodriguez at 718.981.5034 or Paul Schooling, Director at 718.447.7740 ext. 4628.
Parent to Parent New York, Inc.
Parent to Parent of New York, Inc. is a place where families of individuals with special needs and the professionals who serve them can meet and share information. This website is maintained as a resource for families.
All activities are held at the Institute for Basic Research located at 1050 Forest Hill Road unless other wise noted. RSVP is required for the Sibling Support Group. Please click on this link for more information.
is a website maintained by the New York State Education Department (NYSED) to support the implementation of key aspects of the New York State Board of Regents. It has a wealth of information on the state exams for grades 3 through 12.
The National PTA created guides for schools to help familiarize parents with the Common Core State Standards. It may be accessed via this link: www.pta.org/4446.htm or on ARIS: National PTA Parent Guides for the Common Core State Standards.
The standards are designed to increase rigor in the classroom and will require more inquiry, explanation and analysis from students. Students will begin to present and defend arguments, provide evidence and persuasion in their writing and classroom discussions. The ELA curriculum will have to contain more informational text in K-12. Early childhood will have to experience more informational text, in additional to the literature that is traditionally taught.
The Common Core Standards is NOT a curriculum. It is meant to clearly prescribe what children MUST know and learn at the conclusion of every grade. Selected curriculum resources MUST reflect the requirements of the Common Core Standards.
The new K-12 standards are set to be implemented over the next three years and students are expected to perform at a higher level. The NYS K-12 assessments will begin to reflect the rigor of the new standards.
For those who are interested in reviewing the Common Core Standards, please click on to the following link: www.corestandards.org.
PS 65 is spreading the word on getting an ID.
Having an ID is important. Lean how to apply for a birth certificate, Social Security card and a non-driver's State ID. Visit the official GET YOUR ID website for information on how to obtain an ID at www.nyc.gov/getyourid
Get Your ID Campaign
This is part of New York City's Get Your ID Campaign. The goal of the campagin is to help New Yorkers:
- Learn about the types of government-issued IDs there are
- Understand the importance of having an ID
- Learn how to apply for each type of ID
Young Men's Initiative
This program is part of New York City's Young Men's Initiative which aims to improve the quality of life of young black and Latino men in New York City. While developing this initiative, the Mayor's Office discovered that having a government ID will make it easier for all New Yorkers to:
- Apply for jobs
- Open up bank accounts
- Receive government benefits and services
Delayed School Openings
in the Case of Citywide
Emergency Conditions and Major Storm Days
The Chancellor will announce the citywide decision to close or delay the opening of schools during citywide emergency conditions or major storm days after consultation with the Mayor's office of Emergency Management, the Weather Bureau, the City Sanitation Department and the City Transit Authority. The citywide decision will be made as early as possible prior to 6:00AM on the affected day. Only the Chancellor is authorized to make this announcement.
School staff and parents should be advised to check the Department of Education website www.schools.nyc.gov, call 311 and listen to information broadcast by any of the following radio stations: WINS (1010 AM), WCBS (880 AM), WABC (770 AM), WLIB (1190 AM), WADO (1280 AM), as well as the following television stations (WCBS) Channel 2), WNBC (Channel 4), WNYW (Fox Channel 5), WABC (Channel 7), Univision 41, and "NY 1" (Channel 1 on Time Warner Cable television.
Expect Success Family Guides
2013-2014 School Year
Electronic copies are available online at www.schools.nyc.gov/ParentFamilies/ExpectSuccess
Staying informed about your child's academic performance and behavior at
school is key to making sure he/she is developing the skills he/she will need to
be successful in college and careers.
The easiest way to stay updated about your child's education is to get
involved at your child's school: check in regularly with your child's
teacher(s), attend parent teacher conferences, volunteer at school events,
and/or join the parent association.
Please click on the link below for the Breakfast and Lunch Menus.
Dolphin Reading Log is here!
Please click on the "For Students" tab to download.
Parent E-Mail AddressIn
an attempt to improve communication with our parents, PS
65, The Academy of Innovative Learning, will be maintaining an address book for
e-mail communication and mass mailings.
We encourage all parents to participate by sharing e-mail addresses with
us. Please click on the "Parents" link for the request form.
The NYC Department of Education offers free online interface so that you can understand where your child stands. To get your unique and secure log-on and password information, contact parent Coordinator Norma Santaliz at 718.981.5034 ext 1151 or email@example.com. Please check your child's biographical information for any discrepancies, you'll need your his/her OSIS number and password. http://www.arisparentlink.org