Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math is our school's focus .

P.S. 160- "The Walt Disney School" STEAMS AHEAD

Welcome to The Walt Disney School- P.S. 160: Please scroll down to find out what is happening at our school.

"Statement on Accessibility: We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0."If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact Kwafi Gray @ to request assistance.


Pre-K Parents- Please note: We will be implementing a staggered schedule for the first day of school.

 Pre-K student arrival/Dismissal is through the side frontyard. Please click on the link to see more information  Pre-K Staggered schedule 1st day 2017.pdf .

Please note all parents should have received a phone message informing them of their child's scheduled class.  Pre-K 140 : Students with the last names beginning  with A- F will attend Session A, Students with last names beginning with G- W will attend Session B; Pre-K 142  Session A- Students with the last names beginning with A - M, Session B- Students with the last names beginning with N - Y ; Pre-K 144 Session A-  Students with the last names beginning with A - I , Session B- Students with the last name beginning with J - W.

Parents you have a summer assignment due Sept. 7th: Please click on the link below to download our school's Parent Emergency Contact info sheet. Parents are required to fill it out and return it on the first day of school.

 blue card pdf.pdf  (Please click here to download Parent Contact Sheet).

Click on your child's grade to view the supply list for this upcoming 2017-2018 school yearSUPPLY LIST K- 2nd grade.doc ,  SUPPLY LIST 14 -15 3rd- 5th Grade 1.doc  and  supply list 1 Pre-k17.docx    

New Registrants please take note: Registration for the 2017 - 2018 School Year will begin on Sept. 6, 2017 from 9 am to 11 am. Please click on the link below for more information in regards to required documentation:


Please be mindful to listen out for phone blasts from the school in regards to upcoming Back to School activities.  

Note: If you have not signed up for our REMIND Text message service please scroll down for more information on how to log in and receive text messages from the school.


P.S. 160 Full S.T.E.A.M Ahead 2017-2018


The Walt Disney school is moving full S.T.E.A.M ahead this year in Science, Technology, Engineering , Art and Math. This website is here to keep you informed of "What's Happening At P.S. 160".

How To Maneuver Through Our Website: Click on the menu and under each tab find out information about our school. 

*Information about the Rules/Regulations of P.S. 160 and the NYC DOE can be found under the About The Walt Disney School tab.-

 At the About The Walt Disney School sub tab you will find: 1) Our Mission /Vision Statement 2) Link to the NYC DOE Rules & Regulations  3) Our Parent Handbook where you can find information about the in's and out's of P.S. 160.

P.S. 160's Policies/Rules sub tab you will find: 1) A link to the NYC Chancellor's Regulations 2) P.S. 160's Parent Involvement Policy 3) Cell Phone/ Electronic Usage Policy 4) Grading Policy   

*Please check out our Parent Coordinator (Parent FYI).-  Here you will find parent resources, information about upcoming workshops, parent/student events, information concerning middle school and links to our Remind text and email system .

* The Class Directory - This is  where you can find  information  such as ; homework assignments, reports and special announcements  concerning your child's class.



Looking Forward 2017-2018 School Updates

What's Happening In School?- Click on link to view the NYC DOE School Calendar 2017 - 2018.


Incoming Pre-K and New Kindergarten Parents Info: Pre-K K orientation parent info.doc 


Parent Events & Resources

  CALLING ALL DAD, GRANDFATHERS, UNCLES, BIG BROTHERS and MALE ROLE MODELS,  JOIN US FOR OUR 1st DAY OF SCHOOL EVENT! DADS BRING YOUR CHILD TO SCHOOL " MILLION FATHER MARCH"- Intersted "dads" please listen out for more information via phone blasts and text messages.

Click on the following  files/links  for more information: Bring Your Child to School.pdf , ,

Click on the links below for great websites. This link is the GO math resource site. You have access to parent letters, study guides, homework and much more.  Link for ELA printable worksheets  for grades K-5th. Link for ELA printable worksheets for grades K-5th. Link for ELA printable worksheets for grades Pre-K - 5th.


Please click on the Parent 411 tab to find more resources for parents.



CEC ( Community Education Council ) MEETINGS -

 Community Education Council (CEC) meetings are very important and parents/ community members are welcome to attend. It is a great way to get informed about what is going on in your school district. Please click on the link to find out more information about CECs.-

This Month Our September CEC Meeting is scheduled for:    

Date: August 8th   Location: P.S. 121 Throop Ave. (2750 Throop ave.) Easily accessible by public transportation: Take the #26 bus to Allerton Ave./Pearsall ave.)

July :t P.S. 121– 2750 Throop Ave.  July  11th– Business Meeting at 6 pm; Calendar Meeting at 7 pm. 

At our CEC Meeting  held on April 25th at PS 68, 4011 Monticello ave.  at 6 :00 pm (Business Meeting) and at  7:00 pm  (Calendar Meeting). The main topic of discussion at this meeting was the state of education. What is the plan for  our schools under the  new Trump Administration.  Parent leaders from different schools urged parents to review the "proposed" Bill H.R. 610, "Title l- Choices In Education Act" and to become proactive in the state of their child's education.  


School Contact Information

  P.S. 160's Contact Information:


Phone #- (718) 822-8402  Fax # (718) 822 8416

Principal: Lori Baker, E-mail- lbaker3@    

Asst. Principal: Katherine Atiles, E-mail-

Parent Coordinator: Kwafi Gray,   E-mail -

Test Coordinator's Corner-Important Testing Dates & Information.

  Grades 3–8 State Tests

Elementary and middle school students in New York State take yearly State tests in core academic subjects to assess their mastery of the Common Core Learning Standards. Students’ test results are one of the factors that schools use to decide whether to promote a student to the next grade. Educators also analyze students’ test results to help determine which instructional standards to focus on, and to evaluate their programs.
The links below take you to pages with more information about each particular test that elementary and middle school students take; you can also read more about how subjects are taught in New York City on the Academics page. 

English Language Arts (ELA): Students in grades 3-8 take this test in spring.

  • Math: Students in grades 3-8 take this test in spring.
  • Science: Students in grades 4 and 8 take this test in spring. Click on this link for more information about NY State Exams.