PS 276 to cut Pre-K classes to make way for new kindergarten

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PS 276 landscape lowJanuary 31, 2014- DNAinfo reports, that the school overgrowing problem Downtown is getting worse, “Despite a tremendous demand for more pre-K seats, two Downtown public schools will be forced to shut down their pre-K programs next fall, to make room for incoming kindergartners. Battery Park City’s P.S. 276 and the Peck Slip School, currently located in Tweed Courthouse while its permanent South Street Seaport building is under construction, will not offer any pre-K classes for the 2014-15 school year, the schools’ principals told DNAinfo New York.”

Is Sheldon Silver really fighting for more schools?

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1 Response to PS 276 to cut Pre-K classes to make way for new kindergarten

  1. jfc says:

    Our new thin-skinned vindictive Mayor will now treat 276 like it is a charter school and reduce funding.

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