Greetings Parents, Guardians, and School Community!

Happy New Year! As we embark on 2023, please take time to reflect on your student’s educational experience so far. Has your child been reading daily?  Is your child performing to the best of his/her ability?  The new year provides an opportunity to re-focus on what has been achieved and what still needs to be accomplished.

We have many resources available for our families to continue the educational experience at home.  Let us know what would be most helpful to you.  Student and family input is critical to our efforts toward continuous communication and academic improvement.  We have some exciting plans for the new year!  PC Ramos can assist you daily, please stop by our Family Welcome Center.   Also, our Attendance Incentive Program has been promising with decreased numbers in student absences and tardiness. In closing, I wish you all a healthy and prosperous new year.  I look forward to working with you for our children.



Principal Cruz


#KINDNESS in a World where you can be anything be kind!                                                                


Self-discipline is one of the keys to living to your full potential. If you can be disciplined with your daily actions you can achieve anything that you set your mind to. 



New York State Next Generation Learning Standards

Learning Schedule

We are starting the school year with a Traditional Learning Schedule. That means that your child will be in school Monday through Friday.  If our  school, borough, city, state or country moves into a Health Emergency, or  a class need to quarantine we will switch to remote learning.   We will inform you if such measures are required.   

School Day Hours - 8:20 AM to 3:10 PM 



Building Safety Procedures

Building Safety Procedures: We have put safety procedures in place to keep our students and staff healthy. 

  • Masks: Masks are a choice.  
  • Handwashing: Students and staff are expected to wash hands thoroughly before and after eating, after using the bathroom, if exposed to body fluids (like saliva or a sneeze), and at other times necessary throughout the day.  
  • Drop-off and pickup procedures: Please respect social distancing between families during drop-off and pickup. Parents are required to show ID to pick up a student and enter areas of the building. 
  • Visiting our school: Visitors are required to show photo Id and vaccination record at this time.  Call the main office for an appointment or to speak with the appropriate staff/team member to assist you.  
  • While in the building: When you enter the building, you will be escorted to the staff or team member you are meeting with.  Please check in at the front desk and exit through the front door only.  
  • Traffic flow in hallways and common areas: Hallways are marked with arrows. Please keep at least 3 ft. distance between yourself and others.
  • Illness: Students and staff exhibiting signs of illness or having a fever of greater than 100.2°F must stay home. Urban Health Clinic is open daily form 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.  Please come to school to get medical care.  


New York City (NYC) Department of Education (DOE) Family Information Hub

                                                                              NYC DOE Back to School 2020 Pledge:       DOE BackToSchool Pledge.pdf    

NYC DOE Link to the Family Information Hub:       https://www.schools.nyc.gov/get-involved/families



We are committed to making sure that all students can successfully connect to online learning during their at-home learning days!

iReady Online Instruction

Log in to i-Ready®, online learning for instruction that helps teachers provide all students a path to proficiency and growth in reading and mathematics.  Please contact Ms. Morales at CMorales@schools.nyc.gov or Ms. Erickson at TErickson2@schools.nyc.gov if you are experiencing difficulty logging onto iReady.Clink on the link to access iReady.  https://login.i-ready.com/

Tips for At-Home Learning

At-home learning will look different than a typical school day. The amount of time your child should be expected to engage in learning activities will vary by age and grade level. The expectations below are guidelines. If your child is not able to complete at-home learning assignments within the time periods recommended below, contact your child's teacher to discuss a modified assignment load. 

  • Make sure your child has a quiet place to work (ideally a desk or table) and the school supplies they need. Try to remove distractions like the television or other technology not needed for learning. 
  • For grades K-2, expect your child to work up to 2 hours per day, broken up into sessions of no more than 30 minutes. 
  • For grades 3-5, expect your child to work up to 4 hours per day, broken up into sessions of no more than one hour. 
  • Your child may benefit from focusing on a limited number of subjects for a limited number of time each day. Try to take a 2-5 minutes breather or move around between subjects/assignments.

Healthy Meals!

  • Students will receive a breakfast and lunch daily 
  • Students should not bring soda, chips, and other unhealthy snacks to school
  • Children enjoy a fresh healthy food daily
  • PS75 Grab & Go is located on Bryant Avenue and is available between 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM.  No need to bring the student with you to pick up meals.
  • In addition to in school meals, families can receive funds for food. Learn more at on.nyc.gov/p-ebt or call New York State’s EBT Customer Service Center at 1-888-328-6399.
  • The New York City Department of Education is committed to making free meals available daily for any New Yorker. Any New Yorker who wants one can get free meals at more than 400 Meal Hubs across the city.  Click the link for information https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-life/food/free-meals

    • Meals can be picked up at all Meal Hubs 7:30 am to 1:30 pm, Monday through Friday
    • Meals Hubs will operate for children and families from 7:30 am to 11:30 am, and for adults from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm
      • No one will be turned away at any time
      • All adults and children can pick up multiple meals at one time
      • Vegetarian and halal options available at all sites
    • No dining space is available, so meals must be eaten off premises
    • Parents and guardians may pick up meals for their children
    • No registration or ID required


Urban Health Plan, Inc.


 School Based Health Center Program - Your Child's Medical Care At School!

CURRENTLY THE PROGRAM IS NOT OPERATING OUT OF THEIR OFFICE IN THE SCHOOL BUILDING DUE TO THE PANDEMIC.   Services will resume when restrictions are lifted.  Currently your child can continue to receive their medical services at Urban Health Plan locations.

1065 Southern BLVD at (718)589-2440   /OR/    953 Southern BLVD at  (718)589-4776    /OR/   890 Garrison Avenue  at  (718)589-1687

Coming back to you soon...Urban Health Plan Medical Services at PS75.  Complete your consent and registration packet today!  Urban Health at P.S. 75 in located in room 302 on the 3rd floor.  You can call them at (718)860-6475 or (718)860-1630 ext. 3020 for information.  

PS 75 is a PBIS School - Recognize RULER - We are emotionally intelligent!


P.S.75 is a PBIS School - SEL Core Competencies


Parent Corner

    YOUR VOICE MATTERS!          Mr. Ramos our Parent Coordinator can be reached at (718)860-1630 ext. 1080 or VRamos14@schools.nyc.gov  for parent information in our school and D8 .  Please  feel free to reach out to Ms. Erickson, Ms. Christina and the PTA in addition to Mr. Ramos.  We are here to create and encourage parent voice in our school, keep parents informed of important events, and provide resources for at home support.  Please feel free to email us at CRivera88@schools.nyc.gov  TErickson2@schools.nyc.gov for information or contact the PTA Office at pta.ps.75@gmail.com and they will respond to your email. 

Additional information:   Twitter - PS75@TheraErickson 

                                                    Instagram - ps75_research_and_discovery 

                                                    Facebook - PS 75x PTA Page


PS 75 Parent-Teacher Association

Building Bridges for Success!  We are excited to work with you to make our children's school and community a better place.  Please email us at pta.ps.75@gmail.com if you would like to contact us.  Like us on Facebook at PS 75X PTA and get information on school events and happenings!

PTA President - Dalky Velez

Treasurer:  Christina Ortiz

Recording Secretary:  Alacelis Cancel


Sheltering Arms at P.S. 75


Interested in Sheltering Arms After-School Program?  Call today to find out about enrollment at (718)860-1630 ext. 2021 and we will be happy to assist you! 

Download PS 75 School App TODAY!

The PS 75 Research & Discovery app by School App Express enables parents, students, teachers and administrators of PS 75 Research & Discovery to quickly access the resources, tools, news and information to stay connected and informed!  

City Year in Partnership with P.S. 75


City Year is an education nonprofit organization dedicated to helping students and schools succeed.

NYC DOE Family Letter and Consent Form for COVID-19 Testing - Click Link for more information: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/about-us/news/chancellor-s-message-for-families

We come to school everyday to WORK, WORK, WORK and have some fun!


We come to school everyday to LEARN, LEARN, LEARN and have a little fun too!


We come to school everyday to READ, READ, READ and experience life through books!


We come to school everyday to make a DIFFERENCE!


Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0

We are working to make this website easier to access for people with disabilities, and will follow the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.  If you need assistance with a particular page or document on our current site, please contact Thera Erickson at TErickson2@schools.nyc.gov to request assistance.  Thank you.