Mr. Paul Martuccio, Principal
Ms. Jaclyn Dalessio, Assistant Principal
Ms. Danielle Nola, Assistant Principal
Ms. Valerie Panzella, Assistant Principal
P.S. 13 is a collaborative learning community wherein the parents, students, and staff members have a voice and responsibility in the continuous shaping of and adherence to high expectations, processes, and systems that ultimately result in the social and academic growth of every student.
Parent WorkshopPS013 (31R013) M. L. Lindemeyer
Halloween Celebrations- March of DimesPS013 (31R013) M. L. Lindemeyer
Election Day, fully remote, asynchronous instructional dayPS013 (31R013) M. L. Lindemeyer
SLT MeetingPS013 (31R013) M. L. Lindemeyer
Evening parent-teacher conferences for elementary schools and K–8 schoolsPS013 (31R013) M. L. Lindemeyer
You may be eligible to receive $50/month off your internet bill!
The Emergency Broadband Benefit (EBB) is a new federal program that provides eligible households a direct payment of up to $50 per month toward their internet bill, and a one-time discount of up to $100 to purchase a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet.
It's quick and easy!
Step 1: Check your eligibility status
A household is eligible for EBB if at least one person in the household is a student in NYC public schools!
Other qualifications for EBB include…
• Income-based federal benefits like SNAP, SSI, federal public housing assistance, or Medicaid;
• The federal Pell Grant program for the current school year; or
• A substantial loss of income due to job loss or furlough since February 29, 2020
Step 2: Call the EBB Support Center
Call the EBB support Center at 833-511-0311 or
Visit GetEmergencyBroadband.org to apply for the benefit
Step 3: Contact your internet provider
If you already have internet, contact your preferred provider (Optimum, RCN, Spectrum, Verizon, etc.) directly to learn about their application process
To learn more
Call 833-511-0311 or
PAL After School Program
1: Click "After School Program", Then click "search"
2: Check "afterschool Program" and type 10305 to Search
3: click add to list and apply through your account
UAU Afterschool Program
At the following link is the UAU application
and website https://unitedactivities.org/CAAT/
as well as a copy of the UAU handbook. Info 2021-2022
As well as a link to where families may go to see if they will qualify for a voucher. This is the link for the voucher https://access.nyc.gov/
- You can find the online health screening at healthscreening.schools.nyc . When you do the screening at home, you or your child just need to provide the results of the screening either by showing the email on a smartphone or a printout of the results before entering the school building. All students will receive an oral thermometer in their first week of in-person instruction in case they need one to check their temperature.
- If you or your child is not able to pre-screen using the online tool, you may use the Paper Health Screening Questionnaire and have your child bring the completed form to school and show it upon entry. Your school will provide you with printed copies so you can complete the questionnaire at home.
- If you or your child forgets or is unable to pre-screen, someone will be available at your school's entrance to assist your child in completing the form and checking your child’s temperature.
DOE 2021-2022 School Calendar