PS/IS 268 Celebrates Student achievement!
World Read Aloud Day --Feb 3, 2021
World Read Aloud Day (WRAD) creates a love of reading in children by doing just that--reading aloud ! PS/IS 268 is proud to participate in this annual event! Enjoy some snapshots of PS/IS 268's participation in this global event taken from our Instagram page!
Highlights from our Virtual Event!
Choose a book from the book shelf to see it read aloud!
ANNOUNCING THE (Remote) PS / IS 268 VIRTUAL ART SHOW!!!
268 Community Cares about our NYPD!!
Our students are very concerned about the community and are often seen creating moments of kindness to show their appreciation. The NYPD 105th Precinct thanks our 2nd graders for a poster that was made for them!
268 Community Cares! "Helping our Heroes" [A fourth grade project]
P.S./I.S. 268 observes Respect for All week and P.S. I Love You day! ~~ February 14, 2020~~
In Respect for all week we are reminded to show respect for all persons and to be Kind to one another.
Our school's community wore purple to show our support for the message of P.S. I love you day-raising awareness of mental health.
Storybook Character Day
PS/IS 268 celebrates its love of learning and literacy by hosting our annual storybook character day! Both Students and Staff look forward to this fun activity where we bring characters to life by using costumes and other simple props that celebrate our love of books!
How many characters can you name?
PS/IS 268 celebrates diversity :
The Prideland comes to PS/IS 268!!!
We are so fortunate to have dedicated Teachers, Staff and Parent volunteers who helped to transform our auditorium into an African Savannah. It is here that the young lion prince Simba unshackles the reign of terror of his diabolical Uncle Scar to restore the natural order to the Circle of Life; becoming the Lion King!
Relive the captivating performance by viewing some highlights from a truly unforgettable performance by our very own students at PS/IS 268!!
PS/IS 268 presents: Disney's "Aladdin-for Kids" !
"Best school play EVER performed --hands down!!"
These were comments that were heard from performance goers as they were exiting the auditorium. Please relive the magic through some photos from our students theatrical performance of Disney's Aladdin-for Kids.