SCHOOL CLOSED for Yom Kippur on Wednesday, September 19th
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The preK application period will begin on February 5, 2018. All children born in 2013 who live in New York City are eligible to apply for placement for preK in the 2018-19 school year. Families can submit the application online, over the phone at 718-935-2009, or in person at a Family Welcome Center.Read More
The kindergarten application perio9d will begin on November 28. The deadline to submit a kindergarten application is extended to January 19. All children born in 2013 who live in New York City are eligible to apply for placement for kindergarten in the 2018-19 school year. Families can submit the application online, over the phone at 718-935-2009, or in person at a Family Welcome Center.Read More
On January 11 at 6pm, the DOE will host a public hearing for the proposed 're-sitting' of a portion of Teachers College Community School. The hearing will be at in the MPR at TCCS. Sign up for public comments begins at 5:30 and will close 15 minutes after the start of the hearing.
After many years of waiting, we finally know where all grades of the school will be! Let's show the DOE support for our school when we have good news as well!Read More
Wednesday & Thursday, November 15&16 are the first Elementary School Parent-Teacher Conferences of the school year. Please remember that there is no after school on either day, and there is early dismissal at 11:30 on Thursday!Read More
Beginning THIS School year ALL NYC DOE Students will receive FREE lunch! Breakfast is already provided for FREE and now all meals will be served at no charge to families!!!
All Parents, regardless of income still must complete a School Meals Form so that our school gets access to federal funding for this program. Please complete the form online at www.myschoolapps.com by December 29th, 2017.
Teachers College Community School (TCCS) was established in 2011 through a partnership of Teachers College (TC), Columbia University and the New York City Department of Education. It is a non-selective, choice public elementary school that gives priority to families residing in Community School Districts 5 and 6. The school adds a grade level each year and at full capacity TCCS will serve students in grades Pre-K through 8.