World Read Aloud Day-February 5th, 2020

World Read Aloud Day (WRAD) has raised awareness to  the importance of sharing stories by encouraging participants to choose a book, find an audience, and read aloud!

Enjoy some snapshots of PS/IS 268's participation in this global event!


Tap dancing Sensation-Josh Johnson visits 268!

PS/IS 268 host its Annual preliminary spelling bee competition!!!

PS/IS 268 held its annual spelling bee at our local school in preparation for its finalist to compete in the Queens-wide national spelling bee competition. 

Here are some snapshots from the exciting assembly held on Friday, November 8, 2019


Dad's bring your child to school ~September 17, 2019

As part of New York State’s commitment to promote responsible fatherhood, one day in September has been set aside for fathers and father-figures to take their children to school as a way of becoming more involved in their child’s education throughout the year.  P.S./ I.S. 268 's "Dad's bring your child to school day"  had a wonderful turnout in support of this annual event!    Fathers were treated to light refreshments  and an engaging program organized by our Parent Coordinator,  Ms. Simms.

What a well supported event by our school "Dad's!"


PS/IS 268 observes Teacher Appreciation Week , May 7-11, 2018



Disney FUNdraising Week of activities March 12-19, 2018!


 In an effort to raise money for our school's production of Disney's Aladdin, P.S. /I.S. 268 hosted a week-long FUNdraiser (emphasis on FUN) of exciting activities for our students to take part in. The week's schedule was as follows:

Monday-Send a "Genie"gram!

Tuesday-Photo Op day with a Disney character!

Wednesday-Pi(e) Day, Pie a teacher in the face!

Thursday-Bake Sale!

Friday-Disney Costume Contest !

&  Faculty  ZUMBA!!

P.S./I.S. 268 Honors Black History Month!

In the United States, the month of February is observed as Black History Month or National African American History Month wherein we remember the important contributions and achievements of African Americans throughout our nation’s history. 

P.S./ I.S. 268 celebrates this  month with a very special P.T.A. meeting that included an Afro-American Poet and Author as well as an African performer who helped us to understand African traditional songs and dances  with meaning and symbols that reflect the cultural beliefs and lifestyle. 

It was truly a memorable event!  




CDEC District 29Q /District 29 Community Superintendent Office host it's First ever History Fair!

P.S./I.S. 268 students participate in the District 29Q history fair sponsored by CDEC 29Q and the District 29 Community Superintendent’s Office .   

Congratulations to all of our students whose projects were selected and displayed at the fair! 

We are very proud of all of our students who had a share!