The DOE Situation Room has closed our building through March 7th due to two cases of COVID-19 in our school community. All students will learn remotely. We will reopen for in person learning on Monday, March 8th. This is an in-person day for cohort B.
Please read this important message from our School Nurse, Kathy Leone, about the symptoms which signal that a child should stay home. Students showing these symptoms at school will be sent home. Communication with Nurse Kathy is critical if your child is absent due to illness or exposure to COVID-19. ... Read more
Visit the DOE PreK Enrollment page for details, or visit our Pre-K Enroll page for specifics about PS 58. Our Pre-K Open House will be March 10th at 9:30am on Zoom. Visit our Open House webpage to RSVP and receive the meeting link.
The Office of District Planning announced at the CEC15 meeting on December 15th that a proposal for rezoning our subdistrict is expected to be presented to the CEC for voting this winter or spring. The new zoning will be implemented for new students for the 2022-2023 school year. Parents can... Read more
All students (or their parents on their behalf) will be required to answer these 4 questions before entering the building on in-person days. This version of the questionnaire is for visitors and employees, but the questions are similar for our kid-friendly version for students. NYC DOE Health Screening Questionnaire 1.... Read more
All hybrid students in grades 1 to 5 who will be learning in person must have a signed COVID test permission form on file with PS 58 by Monday, December 7th. Students who do not have a form on file will be moved to an all-remote cohort. We are not... Read more
The testing team will visit our school each week. Students in grades 1 to 5, and staff, will be selected randomly for COVID testing. Make sure you have given permission for your child to be tested through your NYCSA at www.mystudent.nyc. Parents of students who were tested will bring home... Read more
Please see the updated guide attendance, learning, quarantine and travel on Konstella.
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Brooklyn, NY 11231
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