• Family Bingo Night!

    P.S. 159's PTA and Student Council present Family Bingo Night on Friday, March 31 in our school cafeteria from 5:00-6:30pm

    All tickets are sold in advance.  Tickets are $5 per student. 

    The last day to purchase tickets is Wednesday 3/29/23.  Tickets will be sent home with students on Friday 3/31.

    This is not a drop-off event.  You must accompany your child(ren).  Siblings not attending P.S. 159 are welcome to join us!

    Snacks, drinks, and pizza will be available for purchase.  No outside food or drinks allowed.

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  • Participatory Budget Voting Results

    The winning Participatory Budget project is…Rock painting!

    We have ordered all the supplies and when they are delivered, the whole school will paint rocks.  Then we will place all the rocks outside around our school to make P.S.159 extra beautiful!  

    But don’t be sad that your vote didn’t win because we will also be having a Family Fun Night later this year to tie dye shirts!  In addition, Mr. DiDio and the school will be purchasing more recess equipment! 

    We hear you!  Your voice matters!  Happy Civics For All week!

    -The Civics For All Team & Student Council

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  • Scholastic Book Fair 3/21-3/23

    Visit the Book Fair home page to learn more and get started with eWallet and online shopping


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  • Letters from the Chancellor

    Messages for Families

    updated 2/8/23

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  • March Book of the Month


    By Ellen Jackson

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  • Ronald McDonald House Pantry Drive

    The Student Council is collecting supplies to send to the Ronald McDonald House.

    The last day to bring in supplies is Monday, March 20, 2023.


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  • District 26 Middle School Open House Information

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  • Supply Lists for 2022-2023 School Year

    Online Orders K-5



    First Grade

    Second Grade

    Third Grade

    Fourth Grade

    Fifth Grade

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  • Middle School Admissions Virtual Event

    These events are for NYC families of students entering middle school in Fall 2023

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  • Schoolyard Construction Information

    We know the construction on our schoolyard has been an inconvenience. The construction was slated to begin in June, but unfortunately didn’t begin until late July. Because of this, the crew has been working 7a.m. -7 p.m. seven days a week to catch up.

    We know what an inconvenience this has been for our community. It is our hope that all will be complete by June 2023. We will of course keep you updated on the construction progress as well as dismissal procedures for the fall.

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  • Health and Safety in Our Schools

    DOE Fall 2022 COVID-19 Guidance

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  • Every Friday is School Spirit Day!

    Show your School Spirit by wearing our school T-Shirt or PS 159’s colors of Blue & White.

    You can purchase a School Spirit T-Shirt from the PTA along with a variety of other School   Spirit Active Wear.  Also, our Physical Education Teachers have shirts and apparel for sale that help support our Physical Education Program. 

    **If you ordered school apparel from Ms. Marcus and did not receive it due to school closing, you will receive your order when school resumes.**

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Emerging Stars After School Program at P.S.159Q

Registration for Emerging Stars will be held on Tuesday, August 30 and Wednesday, August 31 from 1:00-2:30

 Emerging Stars Flyer 2022-2023

 Registration Form 2022-2023

 Contract With Parents 2022-2023

For more information, please see the Emerging Stars After School Program Flyer below.

Email (preferred):

Phone or Text: (516) 514-9566

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Remote Learning Devices

If your child is in need of a device for remote learning, please fill out this Google Form.  

If you need assistance, please contact Ms. Henick at (please include your child's name and class in all email communication).


Our mission is to create a safe, nurturing and educationally stimulating environment for all students.  Through our commitment to the Next Generation Learning Standards based instruction, and the values of a multi-ethnic, democratic society, our dedicated school staff works diligently to provide our students with multi-tiered supports with an emphasis on both academics and Social Emotional Learning.

Respect For All

Respect For All Handouts

Respect for All Liaison:  Terri Martin Chapman