Parent Corner

Teacher Appreciation Week

A special thank you goes out to ALL of our teachers for their hard work and dedication to our students and families.

Want to shout out your child's teacher, do so at Give a Shoutout - DOE All Stars (

Summer Rising


Enrollment for students in grades K–8 Summer Rising 2023 will be open to families from April 17May 1. Any student who is currently in grades K–8 is eligible to enroll. Please visit to apply, beginning April 17, 2023.


Unlike last year, this process is not first-come, first-served. Families can apply at any point within the application window (April 17–May 1). Approximately one week after the final application deadline, families will receive an email confirming their placement in a Summer Rising program, pending seat availability.

Families can list up to 12 program options in their application, and should rank as many programs as possible to increase the likelihood of being placed in a program of their choice. They can choose any program or summer location option presented in the application portal.

If you have questions or need support with the application, please contact Mrs. Sayers, our parent coordinator or email

We will be open for Summer Rising here at P.S.160 this summer.


NYC School Survey Deadline Extended

If you have not already completed your NYC School Survey, you now have until April 20 to do so! Just go to or log onto your NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) at to submit your feedback and help school leaders make your child’s school a better place to learn.

Kindergarten Offers

Kindergarten offers were released on Tuesday, April 4, 2023. Please be sure to check your email for your offer letter.

The deadline to accept or decline your offer is May 5th, 2023

If you need help on how to accept or decline your offer, please contact our Parent Coordinator.


CEC 11 Upcoming Events & Other Resources




 CEC12 Resource Packet April 28 2022.docx 

Affordable Connectivity Program 

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Together for Justice

Our schools are committed to being safe, welcoming, culturally responsive communities that support the social-emotional health of our students. Bigotry, bias, and bullying have no place. This means we must address violence and racism in our society, and help create discussion and dialogue about how it has impacted people in the past and continues to do so in the present. The following link  to the NYC DOE webpage offers resources for families to have those discussions, as assembled by experts at DOE. It also provides connections to mental health support—since these are difficult issues for all of us to experience and grapple with.   social justice


We’re delighted to announce the launch of Parent University, a collaboration between the Office of Family and Community Empowerment (FACE) and the Division of Instructional and Information Technology (DIIT)!

Parent University seeks to educate and empower all families from early childhood through adulthood, with free courses, resources, events, and activities. Parents can register for free trainings on a wide range of topics, including adult education, student social-emotional learning, and special education.

Visit Parent University today at!



Helpful Parent Guide to Google Classrooms 



Important Information

Fun Activities

Spray Bottle Art: Nature Print

  • flat nature objects (leaves, petals, etc.)
  • pebbles
  • paper
  • small spray bottles
  • liquid watercolors or food coloring
  • aprons
  • plastic trays


  1. First, collect a variety of leaves, grass, and flowers. (You will discover that flatter objects leave clearer prints.) Then lay them out in designs on the papers, weighting the objects down with small pebbles.
  2. Using spray bottles filled with food color, gently spray the paper. The key is not to drench the paper with paint!
  3. After the papers dry, remove the objects, revealing a beautiful nature print.