Family Corner

Google Classroom

 Google Classroom Image  

A free and easy tool helping educators efficiently manage and assess progress, while enhancing connections with learners from school, from home, or on the go.


Google Classroom Tech Tutorial

Khan Academy

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Khan Academy is a nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.

Class Dojo

 Class Dojo Logo 

ClassDojo connects teachers with students and parents to build amazing classroom communities.

School Meals

 NYC DOE Apples graphic 

Students attending school in person will be offered free breakfast and lunch daily in school. Please contact P.S. 199X for more information on meal times and locations.


 Dial A Teacher Logo 

Dial-a-Teacher program is a homework help line for elementary and middle school students attending New York City public schools. 

Parent Handbook 2023-2024

Click here to view our Parent Handbook for the year 2023-2024! 

 Parent Handbook Year 23-24

Manual para Padres 2023-2024

¡Haga clic aquí para ver nuestro Manual para padres para el año 2023-2024!

 Manual para padres año 23-24



Parent University

Parent University seeks to educate and empower families as partners, advocates, and lifelong educators in their student's education through free courses, resources, events, and activities.

Kindergarten Admissions

Join the PS 199x Family.  Enroll your child in Kindergarten for Fall 2022. If you have any questions, contact our parent coordinator Brenda Santiago (347) 563-4924

Parents' Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security

Several laws and regulations protect the confidentiality of information about your children when that information identifies them. Read the following attachment for more information.

 Parents bill of rights for data privacy and security

 Declaracion de derecho de los padres para la prividad y seguridad de los datos 

 Declaration des droits des parents en matiere de confidentialite et de securite des donnees.

Annual FERPA Notification for School Year 2023-24

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) gives parents and students age 18 and older rights over student education records. Read the following attachment for more information.

 Annual FERPA Notification

 Notificacion anual de la Ley FERPA

 Notification annuelle sur la FERPA

Helping Children Cope After a Traumatic Event: A Recovery Guide for Parents, Teachers and Community Leaders

Helping Children Cope With Grief: A Guide for Parents, Caregivers and Educators

Scan Registration


If you are having difficulty registering online, please come pick up an application in person between the hours of 3:00pm-4:30pm Monday- Friday. 




Ms. V. Samuel 
Program Director 
SCAN-Harbor, Inc. 
COMPASS @ P.S. 199x 
1449 Shakespeare Avenue 
Bronx, NY 10452 
(347) 259-9230 (Between the hours of 11am-5:30pm) Text messages can also be sent to this number. 

Scan Program and Schedule

PS 199x SCAN Program Overview

The Supportive Children's Advocacy Network and P.S.199x have partnered to provide a community based after-school program that is inclusive of all students, to provide cultural exploration, awareness and sensitivity.

The After-School program is funded by New York City’s Department of Youth and Community Development's Out-of-School-Time Initiative (DYCD). Our program usually services 157 students in grades K through 5 for 15 hours per week during the school year. However Due to the recent COVID- 19 pandemic our program will only be able to accommodate 50 students at this time. The program is designed to enrich students' learning through STEM, Science inquiry, exploration and cultural studies as well as recreational activities.  During program hours, students will have time for a meal, literacy and math enrichment assistance, service learning, health and nutrition, recreation, in addition to the heart of the program; cultural enrichment.

Learn and Lead

The mission of Learn & Lead is to teach elementary school students skills that deepen and broaden their academic competencies.  Skilled staff will provide meaningful experiences in the areas of: art, music, technology, science, community service and sports. Exposure to these areas will develop the skills, attitudes and behaviors necessary for children to become responsible and productive citizens and thus, leaders within local and/or global communities.

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Grab and Go Meal


Grab and Go Meal


Grab and Go Meal


Grab and Go Meal


Grab and Go Meal



Homework Help


Homework Help


Homework Help


Homework Help


Homework Help





Kidz Lit


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Citywide Behavioral Expectations // Expectativas de conducta


We believe all children deserve such environments and that all children have the potential to learn and succeed. That
means, first and foremost, that our schools must be safe. It also means that, in keeping them safe, we must
preserve their essential character as places of learning, while serving the needs of the whole child. Use the link to view New York City's Behavioral Expectations.  Discipline Code K-5.pdf 

Creemos que todos los estudiantes merecen tales entornos y que tienen el potencial de aprender y lograr un buen desempeño. Esto significa, ante todo, que nuestras escuelas deben ser seguras. También significa que, para mantenerlas seguras, debemos preservar su carácter esencial como lugares de
aprendizaje, al mismo tiempo que atendemos las necesidades de los niños de manera integral.  Expectativas de conducta K-5.pdf