If you indicated that your child speaks French “very well” on you recent Kindergarten DLP application, and you live in our school zone, please make your child’s appointment for a fluency assessment.* Appointments are available in the mornings from January 19 through February 5. At your appointment, a French DLP... Read more
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
Read more about Kindergarten Admissions on our Enroll/Kindergarten and French Dual Language Kindergarten page.
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
Please see the updated guide attendance, learning, quarantine and travel on Konstella.
PS 58 Families can visit the Recordings of Virtual Meetings file folder on Konstella to access recordings of recent meetings.
Here is the link to a printable Cohort Schedule through December 2020. It is best viewed on a laptop. Parents can also access this link on Konstella, see Files and Links. Here is a pdf of the schedule.
Starting Tuesday, September 29, 2020! New York City is committed to making free meals available daily for all New Yorkers. Any New Yorker can receive free meals available at more than 200 locations across the city. Learn more and find locations at the NYC DOE Community Meals webpage. Meals can be picked up from... Read more
As part of the Federal CARES Act, all NYC public school students will each receive $420 in food benefits in the form of an electronic benefits transfer (EBT) card. (These benefits covered missed meals from March 2020 to June 2020. Students who were not enrolled in a school participating in... Read more