The Thomas Emanuel Early Childhood Center
"Little People, Big Dreams"
Vision & Values
It is our wish to establish a safe and nurturing environment, one that stimulates and encourages learning, where activities that are developmentally appropriate for primary age youngster are utilized effectively to ensure success and learning. We will strive to achieve this vision through employing successful early childhood practices with a strong commitment to high student expectations and achievement. By integrating all curriculum areas into a solid balance literacy and math program and implementing social emotional learning, all students will be provided with the skills and tools necessary to not only succeed in meeting city and state standards, but also to succeed in living life to the fullest.
Instructional Learning Focus
Students will engage in learning that incorporates positive, clear, and specific feedback given by teachers, parents, and peers to further student learning in all content areas.
Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
The PS 28 Thomas Emanuel Early Childhood Center will instill in our students respect for others and themselves and appropriate social-emotional skills to become healthy, productive members of society. Teachers and parents will work together to empower students to reach their full potential through a safe and nurturing environment that encourages individuality and social responsibility.
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School Number: Q028
Grades: PK, K, 1, 2
Number of Students: 428
Geographic District: 24
Superintendent: Madelene Chan