Registration for the upcoming 2013–14 school year will be handled by the NYC Department of Education. It’s a centralized application process and each school has little involvement in it. The application form will be available online in the spring on the DOE’s website (www.nyc.gov/schools/prek). We will also have paper copies in the school office at PS 133.
The application form will be available online starting Monday, March 4 on the DOE’s website (www.nyc.gov/schools/prek). We will also have paper copies in the school office at PS 133. Registration is open until early April, answers go out if you get into the Pre-K program in June.
If you are interested in a Spanish or French Dual-Language Pre-K for the 2013-14 school year, please let us know by taking this brief survey.
Current School Year
Kindergarten admissions for the current school year (2012–13) are always open for zoned children. If you need a slot, please contact Parent Coordinator Mr. Dickerson at (718) 857-4810 or email@example.com.
2013-2014 School Year
The application period for Kindergarten Admissions is from January 22 – March 1, 2013. Registration hours are between 9am – 11am. To be eligible for kindergarten, your child(ren) must be turning 5 years old by December 31, 2013. Click here to get the latest information on the official registration process, timeline, and list of required documents.
Please note that starting in the 2013–14 school year, PS 133 will be a choice school for children from both District 13 and District 15, with priority given to English Language Learners (ELL) and students eligible for Free and Reduced Price Lunch (FRPL). More information on this will be published in the DoE’s Elementary School Directory, which will be available online on the DoE site in December.
If you want to apply for the PS 133 French or Spanish Dual-Language Programs (DLP) in kindergarten for the 2013–14 school year, you have to complete both the city’s kindergarten application process for PS 133 and a separate DLP application process through PS 133.
Application forms are available at the school’s main office.
French and Spanish Dual-Language Programs
REMINDER: YOU MUST FIRST COMPLETE AN APPLICATION AT THE SCHOOL PRIOR TO REQUESTING AN APPOINTMENT FOR TESTING. REQUESTS WILL NOT BE HONORED IF AN APPLICATION IS NOT ON FILE.
Dual-Language Testing Request: Please use the links below to request an appointment to have your child tested for either Francophone or Native Spanish Speakers seats in our Dual Language Programs. You will receive an appointment confirmation via email from firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com within a few days of your request.
SPANISH DLP 2013
Click here to request an appointment (one survey with the option to complete in either English or Spanish)
FRENCH DLP 2013
Click here to request an appointment (in English)
For more information about PS 133‘s Dual-Language Programs, take a look at the Languages at PS 133 section of the website or reach out to Parent Coordinator Mr. Dickerson at (718) 857-4810 or ADickerson@schools.nyc.gov.
Please note that the Dual-Language Program begins in Kindergarten, but children in Pre-K, K and First Grade, get Spanish-language lessons once a week. We are working to expand this each year.
For information on admission to 1st to 5th grades, please contact Parent Coordinator Mr. Dickerson at (718) 857-4810 or ADickerson@schools.nyc.gov.
Finally… if you aren’t sure which school district and zone you live in, go to the NYC Department of Education School search page at http://schools.nyc.gov/ChoicesEnrollment/FindZonedSchool.htm. You can also call the District 13 office at (718) 636-3204 or the District 15 office at (718) 935-3900.
The main DOE website has lots of other information about the city’s schools and the application process. It is at http://schools.nyc.gov.