What's New Here?

2018-2019 DOE CALENDAR

The NYC Department of Education has released the school calendar for 2018-2019. The first day of school is Wednesday, September 5th. So now you can make those vacation plans!

Click HERE to view the 2018-2019 school calendar.

Art News

Check out the work in our Student Artist’s Studio !

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The Specials

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Check out what’s new in our Specials classes!

 

ART

MUSIC

TECHNOLOGY

PHYS ED

PE WORKS

THEATER

 

Principal’s Corner

Debra Mastriano’s February Letter

SCHOOL LIBRARY

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Hours are 9AM – 2:00PM Monday through Thursday. Our librarian is Rachel Fremmer. You can contact her at rfremmer@gmail.com with any questions, or just stop in to the library to say hi and introduce yourself!

 

Lunch Menu

SchoolFood

February Menu

 

 

Our cafeteria has a nut-free table. More info here.

Lunch Schedule

Kindergarten and 1st Grade
11:02 am – 11:52 am
2nd & 3rd grades
11:56 am – 12:46 pm
4th and 5th grades
12:50 pm -1:40 pm

Green Commitee

 

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Help Recycle

Sign up here to volunteer in the cafeteria or help with curbside compost collection.

Textile Recycling: Fridays

Curbside Compost Collection: Tuesday mornings

Our meetings are on  Tuesdays at 8:30 am in the Community Room (107). Please join us!

Questions or want to get involved? Email green@ps166pta.org

 

SCHOOL LIBRARY

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We love books! Each one of our kids has a library to call their own and a librarian to help them embrace reading and discover books. Our librarian, Rachel Fremmer, leads children in read-alouds, scavenger hunts, and book tournaments that encourage a love of reading. The librarian is made possible by the PTA, which as you know, is all of us. 

Find the latest updates on our school library here.

Gardening News

The PS166 gardeners are getting the school gardens ready for winter. Last month the after-school garden students planted 200 daffodils bulbs and the kindergarteners planted more than 100 garlic bulbs. We are also experimenting with plastic ‘hoop houses’ to see if we can keep harvesting some edible greens for a few more weeks.
Fall was productive, with our lettuce, spinach, arugula, chard, kale, sorrel, bok choi, parsley, rosemary, oregano and chives all making it through the November snow storm. The day before Thanksgiving, students from Ms. Holtzman’s class and the after-school garden program harvested pounds of produce from both school gardens. We bagged and labeled all the greens and then brought them over to Goddard Riverside Community Center for their yearly Thanksgiving meal.
Here are some photos of your children enjoying their gardening time:
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