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P.S. 110 Theodore Schoenfeld

Grades: 3-K, Pre-K, K-5
580 Crotona Park South
Bronx NY 10456
Phone: 718-861-0759

Our Insights

What’s Special

Extra academic help before and after school

The Downside

Some concerns about discipline and order on school surveys

At the southern end of Crotona Park, PS 110 Theodore Schoenfeld serves pre-kindergarten to 5th grade students. The school offers extra academic support before and after school hours. Parents are invited to math and writing celebrations, monthly award ceremonies, game nights and other events. 

PS 110 serves many students with disabilities, as well as children of families living in temporary housing, according to the Comprehensive Educational Plan (CEP). The number of students learning English has almost doubled since 2010: many are new immigrants adapting to a new culture. Children participate in two-hours of literacy each day, one for reading and one for writing, and they use technology to support their reading and writing work, such as document cameras, Smartboards, iPads and laptops. 

While most parents seem pleased with the school, teachers say the school culture could be improved, according to those who responded to the NYC school survey. Close to half the responders said order and discipline are not maintained in school. 

The school promotes a positive school culture by using school clubs as incentives for good behavior in grades 2-5. The younger children visit the school store to buy small things when they earn enough points for upholding school values. There are two guidance counselors on staff, in addition to a psychologist and a social worker, according to the budget summary.

Marisol Feijoo became principal in 2019, following long-time principal Daisy Perez, who had served since 2006. Feijoo was formerly assistant principal at PS/MS 4 Crotona Park West in the Bronx. 

The PS 110 building is shared with Mott Hall III, a selective middle school.

SPECIAL EDUCATION: The school has a long history of serving students with disabilities. Team-teaching classes mix up to twelve students with special needs in general education classrooms. Additionally, three small “self contained” classes serve up to twelve students in one room with a special education teacher and a paraprofessional. Students learning to speak English generally work with a trained teacher who visits the child’s classroom to offer extra help during certain periods of the day.

ADMISSIONS: Neighborhood school (Lydie Raschka, web reports, February 2020)

 

 

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School Stats

Citywide Average Key
This school is Better Near Worse than the citywide average

Is this school safe and well-run?

From 2018-19 NYC School Survey

How many teachers say order and discipline are maintained at this school?
55%
79% Citywide Average
How many teachers say the principal is an effective manager?
45%
81% Citywide Average
How many teachers say they would recommend this school to other families?
55%
83% Citywide Average

From 2017-18 NY State Report Card

How many students were suspended?
0%
1% Citywide Average

From this school's most recent Quality Review Report

Are teachers effective?

From 2018-19 School Quality Guide

How many teachers have 3 or more years of experience teaching?
73%
80% Citywide Average
Years of principal experience at this school
13.0

How do students perform academically?

From 2018 State ELA+Math Results Summary

How many elementary school students scored 3-4 on the state math exam?
30%
51% Citywide Average
How many elementary school students scored 3-4 on the state reading exam?
32%
49% Citywide Average

What is the Pre-K like?

From the NYC Program Assessment (CLASS and ECERS-R) Database through 2018-2019

Instruction: Teachers ask kids to explain their reasoning when they solve problems
Activities: Children explore art, music, sand/water, dramatic play and more
Language: Teachers talk and listen to kids in a supportive way
Interaction: Teachers ask kids good questions and invite back-and-forth conversation

Who does this school serve?

From 2018-19 Demographic Snapshot

Enrollment
408
Asian
0%
Black
35%
Hispanic
56%
White
8%
Other
1%
Free or reduced priced lunch
98%
Students with disabilities
22%
English language learners
17%
Pre-K seats
24

From 2018-19 School Quality Guide

Average daily attendance
92%
93% Citywide Average
How many students miss 18 or more days of school?
28%
25% Citywide Average

From 2018 School Directories

How does this school serve special populations?

From 2018 State ELA+Math Results Summary

How many students with disabilities scored 3-4 on the state math exam?
14%
28% Citywide Average
How many students with disabilities scored 3-4 on the state reading exam?
14%
23% Citywide Average
How many English language learners scored 3-4 on the state math exam?
18%
28% Citywide Average
How many English language learners scored 3-4 on the state reading exam?
5%
17% Citywide Average


For more information about our data sources, see About Our Data · More DOE statistics for this school

Contact & Location

Location

Morrisania (District 9)
Buses: Bx11, Bx15, Bx17, Bx21, Bx35, Bx41

Contact

Principal
Daisy Perez
Parent Coordinator
Miriam Chevere

Other Details

Shared campus?
Yes
This school shares the building with Mott Hall III
Metal detectors?
No

Zone for the 2019-2020 school year. Call school to confirm.

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