ELA State Exam
April 5-April 7
The Edgar Allan Poe Literacy Development School Community values and respects the culture, home language and family traditions of our students.
As educators, parents, students, and community members, we are committed to work as partners to guide our students to become high-level readers, writers and critical thinkers and to ensure that all students are on their way to being college and career ready.
We believe that all children will achieve high performance standards in a nurturing, safe and risk-free learning environment which supports differentiated classroom instruction in a sequential rigorous curriculum, enhanced by the integration of the arts and technology.
Please explore the PS46 website for relevant information, online resources, and above all else, for keeping an open line of communication between the staff and our student’s homes.
Thank you for being a part of the PS 46 community!
April 5-April 7
Thank You CC Sabathia!
A BIG THANK YOU to CC Sabathia, a pitcher from the NY Yankees for the very generous donation of Yankee Back packs filled with school supplies! CC’s mission is to enrich the lives of inner city youth and to help young people raise their self-esteem through educational and athletic activities.
April 13-April 15
Hello and welcome to the PS 46 community.
My name is Jennifer Alexander-Adé, and I am the proud principal here at PS46. Our PS46 motto is “Achieving Excellence One Student at a Time.” This means that we strive to get to know each one of our students and what they need to be a success! PS 46 is a dynamic fun place to grow and learn. All teachers and staff have high expectations for behavior and academic achievement. Our teachers and staff are skilled in the “Workshop Model” which is a special approach to teaching that builds on the student’s strengths.
Book of the Month Mission Statement:
Reading is the most important skill taught in school and at PS 46 we want it to be enjoyable too! The more enjoyable it is to read, the more students will read. The more they read the more they will learn. The Book of the Month is an opportunity to engage in conversations as a community of learners and readers. It brings the books to life with important messages from the authors.
Book of the Month for March 2016