Spring Into the Fun at PS 321

There’s so much going on at PS 321. See all the details on these events (and more) below: Tuesday, May 21st: Julie Scelfo, founder of Mothers Against Media AddictionWednesday, May 22nd: Third Grade Grownups Night OutFriday, May 24th: Family FridayThursday, May 30th: Kindergarten Grownups Night OutSaturday, June 1st: PS 321 Carnival

Spring Chorus & Band Concerts

The 4th Grade Chorus concert will be next Thursday May 23rd. The Spring Band Concert will be Wednesday May 29th. More details to follow. For both concerts, audience members will be allowed inside at 6:25pm for a 6:30pm performance. Students in band and chorus should wear a white/light top and black/dark bottoms. Friends and family […]

Volunteer for the Spring Carnival!

IT’S TIME! Volunteer for this year’s Spring Carnival taking place on June 1. So many volunteers are needed the week before and the day of Carnival in order to make this massive (and fun!) community event a success. SIGN UP HERE!  And thank you to all our families who’ve already purchased items off our Carnival Amazon Wishlist! The […]

Clean Out Your Books & Games to Help the Spring Carnival

Now that Spring break is over, it’s time to Spring clean! Clean out those bookshelves, board games, and puzzle bins now and donate them to the Spring Carnival Books & Games sale! Please drop off gently used books (no board books), puzzles & games (make sure all pieces are included and tape the boxes) from […]

Green & Healthy Committee Meeting

The Green & Healthy Committee will meet on Monday, May 20. Join us as we plan our spring gardening activities and sustainability actions within the school. Please bring your ideas! If you’d like to get involved but are unable to join the meeting, contact green-and-healthy@ps321.org to learn more. See the Tuesday Bulletin for details.

Grade-by-Grade Meetings with the Principal

Principal Phillips has set the dates for her Spring grade-by-grade meetings and we hope you’ll be able to join us. The meetings focus on important issues for each grade – end of year benchmarks, what to expect in the next grade, and how to support your child over the summer. We already had our 5th […]