Announcements

  • KINDERGARTEN NEWS

    Mark Your Calendar! You can apply to kindergarten starting on Tuesday, November 28. Get ready: schools.nyc.gov/kindergarten 
    All New York City residents with children born in 2013 can apply to kindergarten. 

    If you just moved to New York City and are not yet enrolled at a school for the 2017-2018 school year, learn how to enroll on the New Students page.

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  • Download the P. S. 189 October, 2017 Calendar Here

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  • 2017-2018 Academic Year

    DOE Holiday and Key Dates Calendars

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  • Back to School Basics

    A complete guide to NYC public schools.

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  • New Students

    Enrollment Information and Requirements

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  • Review Announcement

      The New York State Education Department's Office of Special Education has initiated a Special Education Programs and Services Focused Review in P.S. 189-The Bilingual Center, NYC School District 17, during the 2016-17 school year.  The purpose of this review is to assess the district's compliance with selected federal and State laws and regulations governing the education of students with disabilities.

       The review will be conducted by the Special Education Quality Assurance (SEQA) New York City Regional Office.  The review process will involve a review of school records of a representative sample of students with disabilities, classroom visitations and surveys.  In addition, meetings of the committee on special education will be observed.  Further information may be obtained by contacting the SEQA New York City Regional Office at (718)722-4544 and/or by contacting P.S. 189-The Bilingual Center School District 17 at (718)756-0210.

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"Setting the Standard for Academic Excellence"

Our Mission

At Public School 189, The Bilingual Center, we are committed to develop students who achieve the highest educational standards; students who are fluent in two languages; problem solvers; critical thinkers; and students who will be active participants in the life of their family, their community, their city, their state, their country and the greater society, the world.