Park Place Community Middle School 266 Mission Statement

Welcome to Park Place Community Middle School 266 ! Every day at Park Place is an opportunity for our staff  to help maximize our students' potential as they move along their educational journey. Our students are encouraged to always give their best effort in all their endeavors! As we continue our tradition of high academic standards, we look forward to working, learning and growing together to maintain a community in which EVERY student can succeed. We need and expect everyone's cooperation and commitment to make this a safe, nurturing, enjoyable and academically stimulating environment. Remember at Park Place Community Middle School 266, you can expect nothing but the BEST! 

Welcome Back to School!!

   

Welcome Back to School!!
 
1st day will be on Thursday, September 5th
Arrival and Dismissal : Sterling Place (btwn. 5th & 6th Avenues)
 
** Sterling Place Arrivals- doors will be opened from 7:45 am - 8:20 am **
** Sterling Place Dismissal- doors will be opened from 2:35 pm - 3:00 pm **
 
Children who will like to have Breakfast must arrive by 7:45 am .
School Hours: 8:15 am to 2:35 pm
 
All students must be in the auditorium at 8:00 am and no later than 8:15 am for the morning circle with Principal Torres and the staff!
 
Please take a few minutes out to complete the following Parent Survey, so we can continue to build a stronger and better School community.
 
   

Meet our Comfort Dog PARKER!!!

Our school is part of the NYC Department of Education’s comfort dog program. Parker, a Golden Retriever Border Collie Mix, has joined our school community in the 2016-2017 school year.  Parker is a friendly dog who loves being around children and adults. Parker will be included in classroom lessons on social-emotional learning, resiliency, and human-animal interaction. We look forward to seeing the positive impact that Parker will have once again in our school’s culture and climate this school year.

 Click on Parker for a closer look.

Urban Advantage NYC

How to use your UA “Student +3” Voucher!

** STUDENTS MUST ASK THEIR  UA SCIENCE TEACHERS OR SEE MS. CARDONA IN ROOM 410 **
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Through public support provided by the Office of the Mayor of New York City, the Speaker and Council of the City of New York, and the New York City Department of Education, UA vouchers give UA students and their families FREE (gratis) admission to the 8 participating NYC cultural institutions. Your child will receive 2 “Student + 3” Vouchers that grant complimentary admission to the 8 Urban Advantage science-rich cultural institutions.

Each voucher provides free admission and some special exhibits for up to four individuals during non-school hours. Vouchers expire June 30, 2018! Vouchers may be worth over $100!

The UA institutions are wonderful places to explore:

Spend time with your family and friends and have fun!

Learn science!

Do science!

Complete a science investigation!

 

School Calendar 2019-2020

Monthly School Calendar

  

 
Monthly school calendars are distributed to every student either the week prior or at the beginning of each month, please ask your child for the monthly calendar.
For additional copies of the school monthly calendar you can either click on the calendar above or follow the link below:
Print Calendar: September2019_Calendar.pdf 

Community CD Project

  The Lyric Lab & Park Place Community Middle School 266 

presents

A Community Album - Final Project

(released June 23, 2018)

Link to the Community Album: www.thelyriclab.org/park-place-community-middle-school-266

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Park Place Community Middle School - 266
Final Project - A Community Album
Released June 23, 2018
 
This pilot project at Park Place Community Middle School 266 was an Audio Recording Residency where we met with parents, other family members and students to collectively create the community album.
 
Special thank yous must go out to Ms. Esperance, the Principal and Mr. Medina, the President of the PTA, for your assistance in coordinating this mini workshop series and making it possible.   
 
 
Released: June 23rd 2018
 
Track 1 - Kiara Lawrence  
Track 2 -  Precise Beauford and Jeremiah Bernard 
Track 3 - Kahmaya Washington  
Track 4 - Donyea Tucker 
Track 5 - Paisley Walcott 
Track 6 - Kapila Marsh 
Track 7 - Jaydin Jenkins  
Track 8 - Skylar Mckenzie 
Track 9 - Raquel Allen 
Track 10 - Susana Skinner  with Kahmaya Washington 
Track 11 - Paige Richardson
Track 12 - Nicole Odom
Track 13 - Tre Lawrence
Track 14 - Paisley Walcott
Track 15 - Peony Nobrega - Walcott
Track 16 - Jelani Fouyalle and Dwayne Williams
Track 17 - Raquel Allen
Track 18 - Kapila Marsh
Track 19 - Kahmaya Washington

About The Lyric Lab:

The Lyric Lab has been a program in the making for the past 15 years. The founder, Raymond Ramirez, has worked as a consultant for various arts programs and began using Hip Hop and recording students in the late 1990s. Working initially with S.C.A.N. NY (Supportive Children's Advocacy Network) at the JHS 99 Beacon Program in East Harlem, and at various schools for Teachers and Writers Collaborative throughout the city, the Hip Hop workshop was born. Over the years the name has changed until finally The Lyric Lab was established in the Fall of 2016.

More Information: www.thelyriclab.org347 785 0216 | TheLyricLabProject@gmail.com

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