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PS Q177 is a safe and orderly school where the leadership is liked and 100 percent of teachers say they would recommend this school to other families, surveys report.
Based on the 2015 Quality Review, it is clear that teachers care about making content relevant to real life situations. In class, subjects such as filling out job applications and knowing what appropriate work attire is are discussed. In addition to crafting a curriculum that teaches skills and content that extend beyond the classroom, the school provides pre-vocational training from school based worksites such as the School Store, the Culinary Institute, and Custodial training.
The school, which serves around 500 1st through 12th grade students, is located in four sites across Queens. The Comprehensive Education Plan makes evident that the different sites serve different types of learners. Q177s main site educates 430 students with developmental disabilities ranging in age from 6-21 years.
Q177 at PS 295 consists of seven classes, five of which are 6:1:1 ratio classes and two classes of which are 12:1:4. These serve multiply handicapped students ranging in age from 5-13 years of age. Q177 at PS 139 is the elementary inclusion site which currently educates 16 students in general education classes with supports from our Special Education Teacher Support Services(SETSS) teachers. Finally, Q177 at PS 190 is the junior high school inclusion site which currently has eight students enrolled in general education classes with supports from our SETSS teacher. The attendance rate for the 2015-2106 school year was 90.6 percent, according to the CEP.
ADMISSIONS: Citywide. PS Q177 is part of District 75, a network of 69 schools dedicated to New York Citys students with disabilities who require increased attention. District 75 provides educational, vocational, and behavioral support programs for students who are on the autism spectrum, have significant cognitive delays, are significantly emotionally challenged, have a sensory impairment or have multiple disabilities. (Katie Safter & Hugo Segal, web reports, August 2017)Read more
Is this school safe and well-run?
From 2018-19 NYC School Survey
From 2017-18 NY State Report Card
From this school's most recent Quality Review Report
From 2018-19 School Quality Guide
Who does this school serve?
From 2019-20 Demographic Snapshot
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Queens, NY 11365