Mr. Paul Martuccio, Principal

Ms. Stephanie Fremer, Assistant Principal

Ms. Danielle Nola, Assistant Principal

Ms. Valerie Panzella, Assistant Principal

Vision Statement

          "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."

  Our PS 13 families can visit City Harvest's Mobile Market to receive fresh food.

CLICK HERE for dates and locations


Please visit,

Hover over the "Home" tab button, top left corner, and then click/tap P.S. 13. 

Click/tap on the button that says "Click here to join classroom" depending on what grade your child is in.

You will be redirected to  This website is accessible via smartphone/tablet or computer.

Click or tap "Get Started as a Student" or "Click or tap "Get Started as a Parent."

Follow the instructions on your screen to create an account.  You will then wait to be accepted into the classroom. 

Email: or text/call directly to 917-583-4234 

for any questions or assistance


PS 13 is now a Meal Hub and will begin serving meals on April 13, 2020






At 2:00pm every week day, Lincoln Center offers a parent workshop on a genre of the arts.- CLICK HERE- Lincoln Center at Home


50+ Ways to Keep Your Family Sane During the COVID-19 Crisis


DYCD at Home

While we are all staying home to stop the spread of coronavirus, youth and families across NYC can stay connected to DYCD – we are bringing dance, music, art, filmmaking, and more right to you! Check out the opportunities below, and if you’re interested, there are a few different ways to get involved:

1. Send us a text at (347) 349-4361 to receive opportunities directly to your phone.

2. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter at @NYCyouth to get the most up-to-date announcements via social media.

3. Fill out this form to get more information via email.


Step It Up NYC

DYCD’s Step It Up NYC initiative began in 2009 as a youth engagement program focused on fusing the passion to move with the drive to create change. The aim of the initiative is to leverage the performing arts to build community leadership capacity in young people.

Coming soon, NYC youth will be able to join DYCD and our partners on Zoom for dance and step classes at home! For now, check out videos from the past ten years of Step It Up NYC on YouTube, and follow #stepitupnyc on Instagram to see what youth across the City have been working on in their own communities.


Recipe Rescue

A family recipe is like a time machine. One taste instantly transports a person back to a time and place in their life when food brought families together. It could have been a picnic, a holiday celebration, or a family dinner. These tiny time machines not only provide information on the foods a family has enjoyed for generations, but they also create memories for generations to come.

Enter our Recipe Rescue competition to take your favorite family recipe and make it healthier! Healthy eating benefits everyone – affecting our energy and our moods, improving our minds, and helping us maintain a healthy weight. NYC youth and their families can work together to submit their updated recipes and host their own cooking demonstrations on DYCD’s IGTV and our YouTube page. You might even have your recipe published in our citywide cookbook!


My Voice NYC: Poetry & Spoken Word

If you are a poet or spoken word artist who wants to make their voice heard, join us for My Voice NYC, a series of virtual workshops and slams. NYC youth can submit original work on topics that matter to you, and DYCD will amplify your voice on our social media platforms and in an online anthology.


Art Activities & Contests

Want to showcase your art skills, or learn more about styles like digital art and comic books? We’re launching art contests with a different theme each week. We’ll feature the best art by NYC youth in an online gallery, and you may even find your original work on display in a neighborhood near you! Check out comic book art created by youth across NYC in our DYCD Heroes Project!


DYCD Film Festival

Calling all future award-winning filmmakers! Interested in having your work screened for thousands of people across NYC? Just want to learn the basics? The DYCD Film Festival will feature dozens of short films during a virtual event this spring, and DYCD is working with our partners to help you navigate the ins and outs of creating your first film.

Learn more on Film Freeway, and check out some of the best films from last year on our YouTube.


LUNCH DOODLES with Mo Willems!

Learners worldwide can draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing by visiting Mo’s studio virtually once a day for the next few weeks. New episodes will be posted each weekday at 1:00 p.m. ET and then remain online to be streamed afterwards.


New York Hall of Science

Free, fun, at-home resources encourage open-ended exploration, imaginative learning, personal relevance, deep engagement and delight for all age ranges.


Scavenger Hunts Ideas




Virtual Excursions Plus Fun Activities Kids Will Love


Art To Remember is Available!
- Order online at the link below
- Type your child's first name and last initial in the search bar
- View your child's artwork
- Order items featuring artwork
- Delivered directly to your doorstep!
Any problems? E-mail Mrs. Fontaine at


  If you need any passwords, logins or assistance for your children please contact our

Parent Coordinator, Ms Richards at



Google Classroom Login Help

Instructional Math Video links


Instructional Math Video links  

  • Click on the link below your child’s grade.  
  • Click on the Module that your child is currently working on in class. 
  • Then click on the lesson that you want to view. 

Grade 1

Grade 2

Grade 3

Grade 4

Grade 5


Instructional supports for K- 5 

Click the link below.

Click on your child’s grade and scroll down to the Module.  Click on the resources you want to view for each lesson. 


All School Based events are cancelled until further notice. 

Borough President's Office Readers are Leaders Competition

 The Readers Are Leaders Program challenges classes in Staten Island's schools to read a minimum of six books at or above grade level during the five-week period of February 18th through March 25th. One "exceptional" reader will be chosen from each school to be recognized at a ceremony in May. Since its inception in 1996, students have read more than 690,000 books for the annual challenge.
In addition, a new component has been added to the challenge this year. As a partner program and expansion of the successful Readers Are Leaders, Borough President Oddo also kicked off a new “Readers Are Leaders Jr.” program, challenging 1st graders to read “Mikey and the Dragons” by NYT bestselling author and former Navy SEAL Jocko Willink, along with one book of their choice. This program will run concurrent to the fourth grade program.
As an added bonus to the challenge, any student who reads Mike's book series, "The Magic Shop," and writes a book report about one of the books will be considered for a special prize.
Students who participate in the 1st grade “Readers Are Leaders Jr.” challenge will be required to read " Mikey and the Dragons " by Jocko Willink. The Borough President's office distributed over 1,500 copies to participating schools throughout the borough.
“While you guys are all reading your 6 books, I am going to do my part and read a little for me. I am blessed to work with people at Borough Hall who also love to read. We got together to think about how we could make this program even better. So we decided to expand ‘Readers Are Leaders’ to the 1st grade with a ‘Readers Are Leaders Jr.’,” said Borough President Oddo. 

CLICK HERE for the Book Assignments 

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Students Can Apply Now for Exciting Summer STEM Enrichment Programs!

Succeed with STEM this summer! Students entering kindergarten through grade 12 in September 2020 can apply now Opens in a new browser tab to attend exciting enrichment and experiential learning programs with STEM Matters NYC. A wide range of programsOpens in a new browser tab are offered and vary by grade level.

The 5-week STEM Academy is offered to students entering grades 3 through 11 in September and is located at schools throughout the city. Our 1-week camps are offered to students entering kindergarten through grade 9 in September and are located at museums and zoos in all five boroughs. Courses and internships are offered to students entering grades 10 through 12 at museums and experiential learning centers around the city.

Program partners include the NYC Department of Education’s Genovesi Environmental Study Center and NYC Center for Aerospace and Applied Mathematics; Audubon New York; Bronx Zoo; Central Park Zoo; Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum; Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum; MakerSpace NYC Futureworks; Museum of the City of New York; New-York Historical Society; New York Aquarium; Prospect Park Zoo; Queens Botanical Garden; Queens County Farm Museum; Queens Zoo; Rubin Museum of Art; Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden; Staten Island Museum; Staten Island Zoo; SUNY College at Old Westbury; The Morgan Library & Museum and Wave Hill.

All programs involve the opportunity to gain real-world, hands-on learning experiences this summer! Don’t miss out, spots are limited and the application deadline is Friday, April 10. Preference is given to students who attend Title I schools. Download our flyerOpens in a new browser tablearn moreOpens in a new browser tab, and apply nowOpens in a new browser tab. For questions, contact

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