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From the Principal

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Daily Announcements


2014-2015 NYC Department of Education School Year Calendar!
Click here to access the Fall school year calendar for advanced planning purposes.


School Lunch Forms. Food For Thought!
The first and most important step you can take to ensure your child receives free or reduced price breakfast and lunch is to submit your application for school meal benefits online. Don't wait act now! Go to www.applyforlunch.com. to complete your form for the 2014-2015 school year!

School Birthday Party Policy
All Birthday Parties Must Be Requested Five Days In Advance!

Request Forms Must Be Completed By The Parent, Signed By The Teacher,
and Approved By The Assistant Principal.
Birthday Party Request Forms Are Available In The Main Office.


New York City Department of Education
School Food
Click Here to see Today's Breakfast and Lunch Menus


Alternate Phone Numbers

Over the past several weeks our phones have been out of service. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience you may have experienced. Until this problem has been rectified please use the following temporary phone numbers to reach us at the school.
718-282-3619
718-282-3708
718-282-3980
718-282-4027
718-282-4058


Language Translation Comes To P.S. 399!
The P.S. 399 community consists of a racially and culturally diverse student population.
To better serve the needs of our school community we have added the
Google Language Translation feature to our website. Click "Select Language" in the top right hand corner to convert the text from English to over 64 languages!

NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
AT HOME ASSIGNMENTS FOR STUDENTS WHO ARE UNABLE
TO ATTEND SCHOOL

Click the link below to access assignments:
http://schools.nyc.gov/Academics/learnathome/default




The Espresso Book Machine Young Authors Program
in collaboration with the Brooklyn Public Library
Presents:

"Here Is Brooklyn"
A Creative Writing Program For Brooklyn School Children
that allows students to publish
a hard bound copy of their work.


A Collection of Poetry Written By the Students of Class 3-1 with the support of
our School Librarian Ms. Mark and Classroom Teacher Ms. Sealey.
"Here Is Brooklyn" has been printed and bound, and is available for purchase through the
Brooklyn Public Library and on the Espresso Book Machine Network for $9.00.


Meet The Author
Students in second, fourth, and fifth grades are scheduled to attend
"Meet The Author/Illustrator " sessions at
the Central Library Grand Army Plaza
Click the title of each book below to access the authors website.

Ellen Bari Jumping Jenny
Rhode Montijo The Halloween Kid
Jason Chin Coral Reefs
Paul Hoppe "The Woods"
Alexander London We Are Not Eaten By Yaks
Charles Tang "The Boxcar Children"
Maurice Ashley Most Valuable Skills In Chess
Isabell Hill Building Stories



School Alerts!
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               Our Morning Assembly             
Click the Picture Below
To View Our Morning Exercises



Education Nation Summit
P.S. 399 was invited to attend the Education Nation Summit at
NBC News Studios located at  Rockefeller Plaza in NYC.
The summit involved parents, teachers, and students coming together
with leaders in politics, business, and technology to discuss the challenges and
opportunities in education today. Click here to see what our Principal, school leaders, and students had to say.


Important
 
Parents and Students in our 5th Grade please visit the Guidance Department link to view and print important Middle school Information.

NYS COMMON CORE STANDARDS

Recently, The NYS Board of Regents adopted the New K-12 Common Core Standards which will replace the current Standards being used by NY State Public Schools.  These Common Core Standards are a part of a national initiative to standardize teaching and learning throughout the country. 
 
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. Social Studies and Science content must be included the new curriculums in order to comply with the new Common Core Standards. Early childhood youngsters will have to experience more informational text, in addition 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. 
 
Here at PS 399, will we begin an intense study of the New Common Core Standards and as a result, classroom instruction will begin to reflect their use.  
 
For those who are interested in reviewing the Common Core Standards, please click on to the following link:
 
 
 

NYS 2010 3-8 MATH AND ELA RESULTS

Directions: Open the attached Article, scroll down to the picture of the Chancellor.  In the area underneath the Chancellor's picture, type in the name of the school.
 
 
 
Individual Student Results can be accessed in ARIS.
 
Parents:  Use student's DOE ID number
 
Teachers:  Classes are organized by current class.

The P.S. 399 community
 would like to extend special recognition and thanks to:

"Councilman Mathieu Eugene"
   community leader, educator, and health care advocate
for the City Council Grant supporting our after school art program provided by the Brooklyn Arts Council,
and the Reso A Technology Grant for the laptop carts ordered for our classrooms.
We look forward to working with Councilman Eugene on future endeavors.

When you come to the school to register a child, please bring the child with you.  You must also bring the following:
  •  Your child's birth certificate or passport
  •  Your child's immunization records
  •  Two documents to verify proof of residence (see below)
  • Your child must receive a physical examination before the registration process is complete.  (Registration forms are available in the Main Office)   
 Proof of residence will be verified by any two of the following:
  • A residential utility bill (gas or electric) in the resident's name issued by National Grid, Con Edison, or Long Island Power Authority; must be dated within the past 60 days.
  • Documentation or letter on letterhead from a federal, state or local government agency, including the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), City Housing Authority, Human Resources Administration (HRA), the Administration for Children's Service (ACS), or an ACS subcontractor indicating the resident's name and address; must be dated within the past 60 days.
  • An original lease agreement, deed or mortgage statement for the residence
  • A current property tax bill for the residence.
  • A water bill for the residence; must be dated within the past 60 days.
  • Official payroll documentation from an employer such as a form submitted for tax withholding purposes or payroll receipt; a letter on the employer's letterhead will not be accepted; must be dated within the past 60 days.
 
 
 
 

P.S. 399 In The News!
Self - Serv At The Library

A new instant made to order printing press was unveiled during a visit by:
P.S. 399's third grade class to
the Central Library at Grand Army Plaza on Wednesday March 7th 2012.
The Espresso Book Machine enables a writer to show up with a new book
in a digital file and within a four to five minute time period print a paperback version.
A P.S. 399 student was quoted in a Thursday March 8th Daily News article as follows:
Rojay Laboisslene, 8, a 3rd grader at P.S. 399 in Flatbush visiting the library on Wednesday to check out the new contraption, was already dreaming up book ideas, like one about a mischievous hawk. “This machine is amazing,” he said. “I think I would become a book maker.”
We are very proud of our budding authors!
Special thanks to Ms. Mark for her commitment to enhancing the lives of our students
through her Library Initiatives!




Sargeant Adam Eccleston presents gifts and letters from PS 399 students to US Army Troops who were very excited to have received them. PS 399 Supports and Loves the Troops.

KINDERGARTEN AND GRADE 1 BROCHURES

Parents of Kindergarten and Grade One students may access the NYC DOE Brochures for Kindergarten and Grade One Parents in our School Resources section
Today, 9/20/2014
High: 76 Low: 65
Mostly cloudy
12% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 9/21/2014
High: 80 Low: 61
Slight chance thunderstorms
16% chance of precipitation.