VIDEO - P.S. 127 Misses You!

School will Remain Closed. Any students who still need a Remote Learning Device, please call 718-935-5100 and press #5 to complete a survey .

STUDENT AND FAMILY RESPONSIBILITIES FOR REMOTE LEARNING: In order to keep students and families safe, healthy, and informed as the coronavirus evolves in New York City public schools we are converting to remote learning to deliver instruction to students.  We will be using Google Classroom and the REMIND App to communicate with families.  It is expected that students regularly log in and complete work to be accountable to the academic standards for their grade.  Expectations for students and families include:

  • Students should complete instructional activities assigned by teachers within the expected timelines. 
  • Students should participate in check-ins, discussions, and other communication mechanisms as expected by the teacher. 
  • Students should review teacher feedback and complete any follow-up activities as assigned by the teacher. 
  • Students and families should proactively notify their teacher or a school administrator school with any concerns about progress or additional support needed. 
  • Families should support students in being successful by establishing routines and habits that support their success in remote learning. 
  • Families should ensure that students are adhering to their school’s contract for appropriate behavior on web enabled devices. This includes that online learning should stay on the platform being used and cannot be shared on any social media.
  • Students may only access Google Classroom using the student accounts that their teachers provided.  Parent accounts should not be used on Classroom pages. Coordinate with individual teachers if there is any issue.


Remote Learning Pictures! #PS127PROUD

Book of the Month

MAY-"The Good Egg"
By Jory John
The Good Egg
APRIL-"Michael Recycle"
By Ellie Bethel &
Illustrated by Alexandra Colombo
6 Elements of Social Justice Ed.: Michael Recycle
Visit here for an audible Read Aloud

Student Resources

Activities for Students- Keep them Engaged & Motivated!

Kindergarten Registration 2020-2021 School Year

Class Remind Codes

Text 81010 to Join Your Child’s Class Remind App.  Codes are listed by class below:


  • K-102 =@mnerim
  • K-105 = @k10520192
  • K-106 = @k10620
  • K-107 = @bea89cc
  • K-108 = @mrsjackk

1st Grade

  • 1-101 = 110120
  • 1-103 = @1-103
  • 1-202 = @fc4bdc

2nd Grade  

  • 2-201 =@acares
  • 2-208 =@ayeu
  • 2-209 = @class22092
  • 2-210 =@lwilson12

Grade 3

  • 3-203 = @room3203
  • 3-204 = @class32042
  • 3-207 = @69ba3g

Grade 4

  • 4-301 =@f3h8ac
  • 4-302 =@migibi
  • 4-306 = 4306ed

Grade 5

  • Mrs. Pantazis & Mrs. Gangi /Reading, Writing, & SS= @msgangiw
  • Ms. Miller = @msmiller53
  • Ms. Bilz/Math = @msbilzmat
  • 3/4/5-206 = @345206

Service Providers

  • ENL K/1=@enlmsme 
  • ENL 2/3=
  • ENL 4/5= @49g9bh
  • Clusters-Art/Dance/Physical Education/Science=@danceartp


Parent Resources

Teacher Resources

Apps for Students

Apps for Dyslexic Learners

  • Sounds Literacy
  • What is Dyslexia
  • Dyslexia Quest
  • Happy Math Multiplications Rhymes
  • Rhymes
  • Read 2 Me
  • Phonics with Phonogram
  • Dyseggxia
  • DD's Dictionary: A Dyslexic Dictionary

Apps for Autistic Learners

  • Sight Words
  • Sequences for Autism
  • See.Touch.Learn
  • Words on Wheels
  • Verbal Me
  • Autism iHelp
  • Autism DDT Shapes
  • Autism DDT Letters
  • Speech with Milo

Apps for the Visually Impaired

  • Via
  • Dragon Dictation
  • Color ID
  • TapTapSee
  • Talking Calculator
  • SayText
  • AccessNote

Apps with Learners with Writing Difficulties

  • The Writing Machine
  • iWrite Words
  • Letter School
  • Alpha Writer
  • ABC Pocket Phonics
  • Word Magic


McKinley Monthly

Image result for school newsletterOur newsletter is full of interesting information about what’s going on in school and includes upcoming events, and useful dates.

 Feb 2020 Newsletter.docx  

 Jan 2020 Newsletter.docx 

 DEC 2019 Newsletter.docx










P.S. 127 's General Information

Water testing Results 2018 -  Water testing 2018.docx 

  • 7:45 AM - Doors open for the Free Breakfast Program on the 79th street side of the school building (Hot Lunchroom)

  • 7:45 AM - Doors open for Early Drop Off on the 78th street side of the school building (Cold Lunchroom)

  • 8:15 AM - Breakfast ends

  • 8:20 AM - All students report to their classroom where their teacher(s) will welcome them

-   ALL adults must show their Picture I.D. and sign-in with our School Safety Agent when entering our school building.  All visitors should then proceed directly to the Main Office.

- Procedures on Days with Citywide Emergency Conditions/ Major Storm Days - In the case of a day with citywide emergency conditions or a major storm day, the Chancellor will make an announcement to all public schools in the city on whether to close schools or delay their opening. This announcement is made in consultation with other City officials. By 6:00 a.m. the decision is announced on the 311 Information Line, on the Department of Education website Home Page (which can be accessed at and on the following radio stations in the city: WINS (1010 AM), WCBS (880 AM), WLIB (1190 AM), WBLS (107.5 FM), WNYE (91.5 FM), as well as the following television stations: WCBS (Channel 2), WNBC (Channel 4), WNYW (Fox Channel 5), WABC (Channel 7), WNYE (Channel 25), and "NY 1" (Channel 1 on cable television).

- 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 Stephanie Bonomolo to request assistance.  Thank You.


This suspension for the remainder of the school year applies to the following New York State testing programs:

  • New York State Grades 3-8 English Language Arts Test;
  • New York State Grades 3-8 Mathematics Test;
  • New York State Grade 4 Elementary-Level Science Test;
  • New York State English as a Second Language Achievement Test (NYSESLAT) in Grades K-12; and
  • New York State Alternate Assessment (NYSAA) for students with severe cognitive disabilities in Grades 3-8 and high school.

School Pictures!

Relay for Life

Please Help Support the P.S. 127 Relay for Life Team Butterflies

You can donate by this link Team Butterflies. We encourage teamwork here at P.S. 127, so lets be a team and help spread the word about The American Cancer Society and Relay For Life!  Help "P.S. 127 Butterflies" raise money to support the American Cancer Society.  All Proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. Thank you.



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 our parent coordinator to request assistance.