P.S. K396

District
  • School Number: K396

  • Accessibility: Partially Accessible

  • Grades: 0K,01,02,03,04,05,06,07,08,SE

  • Students: 485

  • Geographic District: 23

  • Borough: Brooklyn

School Contacts and Information

School Leader
Keisha Mccoy Dailey, Principal
Parent Coordinator
Linda Mckenna
Respect for All Liaison
Amy Lo
Sexual Harassment Prevention Liaison
Amy Lo
How to report bullying
Space
Shares building with other schools
District Borough Number
75K396

Superintendent and District Contacts

Superintendent
Ketler Louissaint
Address
400 First Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10010
Phone
212-802-1500
Education Council President
John Camacho
Education Council Phone
718-752-7321

School Reopening Plans for Fall 2020

Please read the New York City Department of Education's District School Reopening Plan, which outlines the policy, guidelines and processes schools will follow to open safely in September. Building upon the District Plan, every school has provided information on key school-specific contacts and safety measures that have been put into place, which is linked below.
New York City Department of Education's District School Reopening Plan
School Reopening Plan
School Schedule Model
  • As part of school reopening planning schools chose from different scheduling models for blended learning. These models will help schools provide parents with student schedules for in person learning.
  • Model 4A
  • Students attend in-person every other week.
  • Your child's school will provide you with your child's schedule.

Building Ventilation Information

In order to ensure maximum safety for staff and students, all school buildings have been surveyed for ventilation. The DOE will make repairs or improvements prior to Monday, September 21, and/or will close any rooms not repaired by that date.
K396 - 110 Chester Street
K167 - 1025 Eastern Parkway
K181 - 1023 New York Avenue
K263 - 210 Chester Street
K289 - 900 St Marks Avenue
K327 - 111 Bristol Street
See citywide information and report definitions:
School Building Ventilation Survey Page

Free Student Meals

The New York City Department of Education serves free breakfast and lunch to all NYC students.
For Students Eating In School
See what’s on the menu:
Breakfast
Lunch
For Students Take-Out Meals
  • Free breakfast and lunch meals are available for all NYC students at select locations
  • Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 12:00pm
  • No registration, ID, or documentation required
  • No dining space is available, so meals must be eaten off premises
  • Parents and guardians may pick up meals for their children
  • See above links for what’s on the menu
  • See link below to find a takeout location near you:
Find a Free Meal Location

School Quality

The DOE develops tools to help families and educators understand student achievement and school quality. The reports on this page provide information about school quality from multiple sources. These sources include feedback from students, teachers, and parents. Reports also include information from formal school visits and a variety of student achievement metrics.

School Quality Snapshot
The School Quality Snapshot is data that captures the school’s learning environment and student performance. Snapshots from the current and prior school years are available in the links below.
School Quality Snapshot - D75
School Quality Guide
The School Quality Guide is a detailed report about this school that includes complete results from the NYC School Survey and more information on student achievement.
School Quality Guide - D75
Quality Review Report
The Quality Review Report is the result of a two-day visit by an experienced educator, who has looked at how well this school supports student learning and teacher practice.
Quality Review Report 2018-2019
Quality Review Report 2015-2016
School Performance Dashboard
The School Performance Dashboard shows multiple years of data and key comparisons for this school.
School Performance Dashboard - D75
New York State School Report
The New York State Education Department (NYSED) reports educational data so all interested parties can be better informed as they work to advance student achievement.
New York State Education Department School Report Card

Reports

Building Accessibility Profile

Building 1
K181 - 1023 New York Avenue - Fully Accessible
Rating
9 out of 10 - All educational primary function areas within the building are accessible, although minor barriers may be present throughout the building where there is pre-1992 construction.
View BAP Report
Building 2
K289 - 900 St Marks Avenue - Partially Accessible
Rating
8 out of 10 - At least one elevator provides service to all floors in the building and all public assembly areas in the school are accessible. Access is provided to most classrooms on multiple floors. Additional accessible bathrooms exist on other floors in addition to the ground floor accessible bathroom(s). There may be limited areas within the building that are not accessible due to changes in elevation or other barriers.
View BAP Report
Building 3
K263 - 210 Chester Street - Partially Accessible
Rating
1 out of 10 - There is general access to at least some of the ground floor through an accessible entrance, although not all spaces contained within the ground floor may be accessible. There are no accessible bathrooms or classrooms.
View BAP Report
Building 4
K327 - 111 Bristol Street - Partially Accessible
Rating
1 out of 10 - There is general access to at least some of the ground floor through an accessible entrance, although not all spaces contained within the ground floor may be accessible. There are no accessible bathrooms or classrooms.
View BAP Report
Building 5
K396 - 110 Chester Street - Partially Accessible
Rating
7 out of 10 - At least one elevator provides service to all floors in the building, including most classrooms on each floor. Accessible bathrooms exist on at least one other floor in addition to the ground floor accessible bathroom(s). Certain public assembly areas or classrooms may not be accessible due to changes in elevation or other barriers.
View BAP Report
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