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To find out what skills your child is expected to master,
click on the link above and use the menu on the left side of the page to select an ELA standard (for example: writing) and click on your child's grade
At PS 230, we offer our students a rich learning experience. Every day our students receive instruction in reading, writing, math, social studies and science. Our teachers use various curriculum resources to ensure that all students are able to achieve academic success.
PS 230 teachers use Units of Study from Columbia University's Teachers College Reading and Writing Project as a resource to create our reading and writing curricula.
To learn more about the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project, please click here.
The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project offers links to free websites that parents can use to support their children's reading and writing.
Click on any of the subject areas ("Get Them Reading," "Get Them Writing") to discover online educational resources.
The Teachers College Reading and Writing Project also offers student links to free websites that students can use to practice reading and writing skills at home.
Please visit Grade-Level Pages for more information about the reading and writing units each month.
How do teachers determine your child's reading level?
Click below for more information:
Understanding Assessments: a presentation by Mrs. Della Ragione, PS 230 Principal on October 18, 2018
Did you know that family involvement has the most benefits for children when it takes place in the home environment? Just a few simple actions on your part communicates to your child that reading and writing are valuable. Here are some ideas:
Showing that you are interested in what your child learns in school is the best thing you can do to help increase his or her educational achievement.
PS 230 Staff
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