Fundraiser info

 

  • Fundraiser – Classic Kids Photography   December 31st is the last day to take your family holiday photographs and have $250 donated to Lower Lab!   Get your family photographs taken by December 31st with Classic Kids, cherish a lifelong keepsake, send beautiful holiday cards and raise money for your school!   Contact Allison Sands (alliesands@gmail.com) with any questions.
  • Fundraiser –  SHOP with AMAZON   Shop for anything you want with Amazon, including furniture, electronics, toys, books, etc. and Lower Lab will receive 4% of your entire purchase!   Note: you must click this link for your purchases to activate Lower Lab’s unique discount code.  Expiration date: None
  • Fundraiser –  SHOP with TARGET  Shop with Target’s Red card and Lower Lab will receive 1% of your entire purchase!  Under Target’s “Take Charge of Education” promotion all you need to do is designate Lower Lab as the beneficiary using our school ID: 111030
    Fundraiser –  SHOP with GOODSHOP Goodshop is an amazing online portal to hundreds of your favorite stores including the Gap, Best Buy, Walmart, JCrew, etc. Start your online search with GoodShop and Lower Lab will receive from 1% – 20+% of your purchase!All you have to do is list PS 77 Lower Lab as your cause and Lower Lab will receive your donation!

Progress Report for Lower Lab School

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November 12, 2013

Dear Lower Lab Parents and Staff,

It is my great pleasure to present you with this year’s Progress Report.  Lower Lab received an overall grade of “A” with a score of 90.8 out of a possible 100 points.  Our school’s overall score is greater than or equal to that of 99.8 % of all elementary schools citywide.

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Mayor Bloomberg, Chancellor Walcott and Senior Administration Officials Visit the 22 City Schools Ranked In Top 25 Statewide As Measured By the New, More Rigorous Common Core Exams

09/16/2013

In 2001, none of the Top 25 Elementary and Middle Schools in New York State Were Located in New York City

DSC_0209 Today, 22 of the Top 25 Schools in the State Are in New York City

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Schools Chancellor Dennis M. Walcott and Administration officials today visited the 22 New York City Schools now ranked in the top 25 statewide on the new more rigorous common core exams. In 2001, none of the top 25 schools in the state were New York City public schools, and Mayor Bloomberg, Chancellor Walcott and other officials today visited the 22 New York City schools now ranked in the top 25 in the state to congratulate students and thank teachers, principals, administrators and staff for their dedication to continuing the remarkable improvement of New York City schools. The Mayor visited the Talented and Gifted School for Young Scholars, a kindergarten through Eighth grade school in East Harlem. A full listing of the schools visited made by Administration officials is below.

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PTA Afterschool

Dear Families,

We hope you and your children are enjoying their afterschool experience.  It has come to our attention that there have been many late pickups from the afterschool program and as such it has become necessary to implement a late pickup fine.  We know that different classes end at different times but that was very clearly stated  in all communications and you are responsible for being there on time to collect your child. Continue reading PTA Afterschool