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Principal’s Message

Hello 121 Families!
 
 
NYCSA Accounts
The DOE is moving away from paper and more toward “online” communication.  Lots of communication from both the DOE Central Offices and from PS/IS 121 will take place through the NYCSA account this year.  PLEASE make sure to check in with Ms. Ottombrino ([email protected]), our Parent Coordinator, if you have any issues accessing account.  ___________________________________________________________________________________________
BLUE Card Reminder
 
Please add anyone who will be picking up your child to the child’s blue card at the start of the year!  
We hate to have to bother you about it, but making sure every child gets home safely at the end of each day is our #1 priority.

Recent News

Amira Learning logo with an outline of a book

Amira Summer Learning!

This year, our school has partnered with Amira Learning in support of our K-5 readers. Amira is a digital reading tool that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to listen to students read and coach them through new reading skills!
Multicolored text: Caribbean American Heritage Month

Celebrating Caribbean American Heritage Month

Every June, we celebrate Caribbean American Heritage Month, recognizing the great historical contributions of various peoples whose roots can be traced to the countries that make up the Caribbean subregion of the Americas.
Rainbow swirls with multicolored text: Celebrating Pride Month

Celebrating Pride Month

June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month! Since it was first recognized on a federal level in 1999, Pride Month has served as a time to celebrate the LGBTQ+ pioneers who fought for equality through art, culture, civic action, community service, and more.
Summer Rising 2024

Summer Rising Applications

Summer Rising 2024 is a partnership between New York City Public Schools and the Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD). Summer Rising is free and available to all NYC students in grades K-8, pending seat availability.
Respect for All Week

Respect for All Week

The NYCDOE is committed to maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment that is free from harassment, intimidation and/or bullying, sexual harassment, and discrimination on account of actual or perceived race, color, age, creed, ethnicity, national origin, citizenship/immigration status, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, or weight.

Vision and Mission Statement

The Nelson A. Rockefeller Magnet School of Applied Life Sciences provides an experiential learning environment that encourages students to think critically and work collaboratively in order to solve problems.