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District 25

District 25 stretches across a diverse group of communities in north central Queens, from Flushing's densely populated Chinatown to the more suburban neighborhoods of Whitestone and College Point. The district has many well-regarded, neighborhood schools, and most students attend their zoned elementary school. There are several gifted and talented programs and three early childhood schools that admit students in grades k to 3 from across the district: PS 130, PS 242 and the Active Learning Elementary School.

 

30-48 Linden Place

Flushing, NY 11354 - Map

[email protected]

www.sites.google.com/d25.nyc/home

 

Superintendent:

Each district has two superintendents--one in charge of elementary and middle schools, one in charge of high schools--who appoint principals, evaluate schools and approves budgets.

Elementary and middle school superintendent: Danielle DiMango, (718) 281-7605

High school superintendent: Elaine Lindsey, (718) 741-3157

 

For individual parent concerns, contact:

Elementary and middle school family support coordinator: Jinmei Yin, (718) 271-7605

High school family support coordinator: Eduardo Duarte, (718) 741-3157

 

For help with PTAs or district-wide events, contact:

Elementary and middle school family leadership coordinator: Esther Maluto, (718) 271-7605

High school family leadership coordinator: Carmen Garcia, (718) 741-3157

 

 

Enrollment:

To enroll your child, go to the school or the nearest Family Welcome Center, not the district office.

Family Welcome Center

30-48 Linden Place, 2nd Floor

Queens, NY 11354 - Map

Phone: (718) 281-3422

This center handles both general education and special education enrollment

 

Community Education Council:

The elected members of the Community Education Council (CEC) approve school zoning lines and advise on education policy.

CEC: Community Education Council 25, (718) 281-3786

 

District 25 office

30-48 Linden Place

Flushing, NY 11354 - Map

 

Special Education:

Most questions about special education can be answered by your child's teacher or principal. If you are new to New York City or your child attends private or parochial school, contact the nearest Committee on Special Education for an evaluation.

Committee on Special Education

Esther Morell

30-48 Linden Place

Flushing, Queens , NY 11354 - Map

Phone: (718) 281-3461

If these offices can not answer your questions, see DOE contacts

 

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NYC GEOG DIST #25 - QUEENS AT A GLANCE 2019-20

Glossary

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Accountability Status

The Every Student Succeeds Act, or ESSA, the main federal law for K-12 public education, requires that states hold public schools accountable for how students achieve. New York State established a set of indicators to measure school and district performance.

The accountability system classifies schools into one of three categories: In Good Standing, a Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) school, or a Targeted Support and Improvement (TSI) school.

School District Designations
Good Standing DistrictTarget District
A district in Good Standing demonstrates success in all performance goals.Districts that struggled to prepare some of their student subgroups on some or all indicators are identified as Target Districts.
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Graduation Rate

The graduation rate is the percentage of students who entered grade 9 in the same school year who earned a local or Regents diploma four years later.

The New York State Education Department (NYSED) reports the percentage of students who earned a local or Regents diploma by June, four year after they entered grade 9. NYSED also reports the percentage of students who earned a local or Regents diploma by August of the same year (the August percentage includes all students who earned a diploma by June and August combined).

The New York State Education Department also reports the percentage of students who earned a local or Regents diploma five and six years later.

4, 5, and 6-Year Graduation Rates (June and August)
CohortGraduation Rate
2016 4-year August Cohort76%
2016 4-year June Cohort73%
2015 5-year August Cohort81%
2015 5-year June Cohort80%
2014 6-year August Cohort80%
2014 6-year June Cohort80%

For more information about the graduation rate by student subgroup, or to compare graduation rates for your school or district to the state graduation rate, please refer to your school or district’s full report on graduation rate data

SCHOOLS IN NYC GEOG DIST #25 - QUEENS

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Adequate Yearly Progress Decisions

Sub-Group Names

Satisfactory

School Year

Subject:Elementary / Middle School English Language Arts

Black Or African American

Yes

2006

Hispanic Or Latino

Yes

2006

Asian Or Pacific Islander

Yes

2006

Students With Disabilities

Yes

2006

Limited English Proficient

Yes

2006

Economically Disadvantaged

Yes

2006

Subject:Elementary / Middle School Math

Black Or African American

Yes

2006

Hispanic Or Latino

Yes

2006

Asian Or Pacific Islander

Yes

2006

Students With Disabilities

Yes

2006

Limited English Proficient

Yes

2006

Economically Disadvantaged

Yes

2006

Subject:Elementary / Middle School Science

Subject:High School English Language Arts

Black Or African American

Yes

2006

Hispanic Or Latino

Yes

2006

Asian Or Pacific Islander

Yes

2006

Students With Disabilities

Yes

2006

Limited English Proficient

No

2006

Economically Disadvantaged

Yes

2006

Subject:High School Graduation Rate

Black Or African American

Yes

2006

Hispanic Or Latino

Yes

2006

Asian Or Pacific Islander

Yes

2006

Students With Disabilities

Yes

2006

Limited English Proficient

Yes

2006

Economically Disadvantaged

Yes

2006

Subject:High School Math

Black Or African American

No

2006

Hispanic Or Latino

Yes

2006

Asian Or Pacific Islander

Yes

2006

Students With Disabilities

Yes

2006

Limited English Proficient

Yes

2006

Economically Disadvantaged

Yes

2006

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