From the Staten Island Advance!
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- While a new dedicated maritime-themed school is no longer being pursued on Staten Island, several schools in the borough are integrating maritime curriculum into a variety of subjects.
PS 59, New Brighton, has been incorporating maritime-themed curriculum into its daily teachings by focusing on the impact of the New York Harbor and the Billion Oyster Project -- which works to restore 1 billion live oysters in the harbor over the next two decades -- across all grades from pre-K to fifth grade.
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Open House for New Students
Enrollment & Registration
Interested in Joining Our School Community
Join us for a great opportunity to learn about our school. Through our project-based approach, children will develop the skills of investigation, problem-solving, critical thinking, communication and creativity.
Come and visit our open house and we will let you know the process on how to apply.
- Tuesday, December 10th at 4:00pm
- Friday, December 13th at 9:00am
- Thursday, January 9th at 9am
Interested in Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten, list our school on your application.
Visit for application process: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/enrollment/enrollment-help/new-students
For more information, please email Kristen Druda our Parent Coordinator at KDruda@theharborviewschool.org
Did you know you can schedule an appointment to meet with your child’s teacher during the Tuesday Parent Engagement afternoons. This is a great way to touch base about your child's progress.
"Your School, Your Voice" Community Meeting
Families will discuss school polices, procedures and data with Guest Speaker Ms. Amery Rock. Hosted by Ms. Mongiello, Ms. Sanchez & Ms. KristenPS 59 (31R059) - The Harbor View School
Family Workshop: PAXPS 59 (31R059) - The Harbor View School
School Closed - Thanksgiving RecessPS 59 (31R059) - The Harbor View School
Family Workshop: Early Literacy Part 2
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Parent Teacher Conferences - 11/14/2019
Join Us on Thursday, November 14th for our Fall Parent-Teacher Conferences!
Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held from 12:30pm-2:30pm – by appointment only
- 12:30pm-2:30pm – by appointment only
- 4:30pm-7:30pm – by appointment only
Let's Move 2019!
Families, Let's Move! is still going strong through October 31st!
Continue to collect donations online and via envelope donations to be entered into our weekly drawings for restaurants, food, gift cards, and prize drawings!
PS 59 (31R059) - The Harbor View School
CASA After School Program 2019-2020
The National Lighthouse Museum presents an after-school adventure that explores Staten Island’s maritime culture, launched in cooperation with
P.S.59, The Harbor View School.
A voyage that will enlighten and inspire!
We are very excited to announce that PS 59 has received a CASA grant for National Lighthouse Young Mariners After-school Program. There are a limited amount of seats, enrollment is based upon first come, first serve.
To apply for the program, please complete this registration form by Friday, November 1st.
If you child is selected you will receive notification via email on Monday, November 4th.
The Program will begin on Thursday, November 7th.
The program will run every Thursday from November 7th until April 18th. With final production on Thursday, May 7th, for a total of 20 sessions. .PS 59 (31R059) - The Harbor View School
3K, Pre-K & Kindergarten Admissions
Interested in attending or learning more about our school.
Call and speak with Kristen Druda, our Parent Coordinator at 718-390-2190 x 1202.
This five day a week program provides a warm, wholesome and structured environment for children during after school hours. Transportation is provided from PS 59 to the Goodhue Center. For more information please visit: http://www.childrensaidsociety.org/goodhue-center/after-school-program to register please contact: http://www.childrensaidsociety.org/goodhue-center/register
JCC Cornerstone @ Richmond Terrace Community Center
Sarah Kawaling, Director, 718.981.9001
The JCC Cornerstone programs are free after school programs offered in community centers in NYCHA housing areas on Staten Island. For more information call the center directly at 718-981-9001 or visit their website: http://sijcc.org/cornerstone/
To Find Your Child's Bus Stop or Route: Enter your child's student ID and birthday on the Transportation Search Page. Need more information call The Office of Pupil Transportation at 718-392-8855 during non-school days/hours or contact our bus coordinator Ms. Jaime at 718-390-2190 during school days/hours.
To Request Busing for your child: Please review the bus stops assigned for PS 59 (click here for bus stops ) and then contact Ms. Jaime, our bus coordinator at 718-390-2190.
We follow the Breakfast Express & K-8 Lunch Menu