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  • School Uniforms

    P.S.44 is a uniformed school for several reasons.  Our uniform policy is intended to help our school promote a more effective learning environment; foster school unity and pride; foster self-esteem; cut down on peer pressure to keep up with the latest fashion trends; simplify wardrobe and minimize costs to parents.  In addition, it teaches children appropriate dress and decorum in their “work” place; and help to improve student conduct and discipline. 

     

    ALL Students are REQUIRED to wear uniform Monday - Thursday.  Friday's are “Dress Down Days/Themed Days.”  

      • Our uniform colors are Burgundy and Khaki.  We are a uniformed school.  P.S.44 has partnered with Kid’s Place as our Uniform Headquarters.  They are located at 1545 Forest Avenue in the TJ Max shopping Mall.  Feel free to make purchases at any neighboring stores.  During the school year you will also have an opportunity to purchase “Spirit Wear” from the PTA.

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    Join PS44 School wide REMIND

    TEXT @PS44Eagles to 81010! 

    This article will walk you through how to connect

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  • PARENTS! Please join PS44 Remind App(Click link attached)

    https://help.remind.com/hc/en-us/articles/203179887-Join-a-class

    To join:

    The school REMIND: School Code is PS44Eagles

    Classroom teachers will send home individual class codes for parents to join REMIND classrooms.

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Vision & Mission

Vision:

Create future leaders and lifelong learners through relevant, meaningful and engaging instruction in a safe environment where they are valued for their individuality and diverse capabilities. 

Mission:

PS44 Thomas C. Brown School's staff, parents and community are dedicated to the intellectual, personal, physical, social and emotional growth of our students.  Students will be challenged to reach their maximum potential in order to provide a solid foundation of skills, knowledge and values that addresses the whole child. 

 

 

Highlights

Important Numbers to Know

Principal- Mrs. Nancy Storms

Assistant Principal- Mr. Robert Palumbo

Assistant Principal- Mrs. Cynthia Leonard

 Telephone 

Main Office  (718) 442-0433

School Fax    (718) 442-2323

 

Wonda Williams – Parent Coordinator

Parent Welcome Center

(718) 442-0433 ext. 2182

929-923-2690

WWilliams4@schools.nyc.gov

School Nurse

(718) 447-6975 or ext. 1091

 

PTA

(718) 442-0433 ext. 1092

PTA Executive Board

President- Mary Curry

Vice President- Tabitha Romano

Treasurer- Malika Cosgrove

Corresponding Secretary-Danielle Delgado-Mahler

Recording Secretary- Regina Minaya

Sargent-At-Arms- Jack Smith

 

Student Programs

Alvin Ailey Dance                                 Student Council

My Sisters Keeper                                Power Play(Track)

My Brothers Keeper                            Chorus                  

Projectivity                                             Hope Kids

Basketball                                              Flag Football

                            Sun Dog Theater

Theory of Action

If school leaders provide targeted professional learning, observe pedagogical practices and render actionable feedback; then teachers will be able to utilize student data to engage students and enhance explicit instruction which helps students learn to apply strategies and skills in order to become proficient and meet grade level expectations.