Beginning with the 2018-19 school year, the Rams will use FamilyID, a new online sports registration clearance program. For each season, you will find registration links and a presentation on FamilyID on our district home page during the registration period.
Registration links have been posted at the bottom of the district home page for Spring High School sports registration, which begins Feb. 4, and Spring Middle School sports registration, which starts Feb. 11.
PORT CHESTER PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Sign the Petition and Help Port Chester Obtain Rightful School Foundation Aid
Please help Port Chester Public Schools obtain our rightful school aid by contacting state-elected officials and others who influence state funding for education.
One way to do this is by signing the petition urging our legislators and education leaders to fund Port Chester's Foundation Aid now!
Foundation Aid was established a decade ago to ensure that all students receive their constitutionally guaranteed right to a sound and basic education, regardless of their zip code. The failure to adhere to the original 2007-08 Foundation Aid formula has cut our state aid by more than $168 million over 10 years. This comes at a time when costs have risen and our enrollment has grown by more than 800 students. Read more here!
The Park Avenue School community gathered for some fun and games right in front of their school. The road was blocked off and what is normally a neighborhood street was transformed into the Harvest on Park event. Held on Oct. 12, families enjoyed bounce houses, pumpkin decorating, carnival games, music, prizes and a food truck.
News & Announcements - Park Avenue School
Oh, the Places Our Kindergarten Park Avenue Students Will Go
The dual-language kindergarten students at Park Avenue School prepared for entering first grade by enjoying Dr. Seuss' "Oh, The Places You'll Go" read aloud.
Park Avenue School serves about 440 students in grades K through 5 and offers a variety of creative programs that instill a love of learning in our students. A K-5 Dual Language Academy is an option for entering Kindergartners, Our school places heavy emphasis on literacy and math skills and our students are involved in a grade-appropriate, hands-on inquiry based science program. With a full day Kindergarten, digital literacy computer program, arts education, K-5 character education and an enrichment program in software coding, our students are challenge to develop their talents across many disciplines.