P.S./I.S. 192- The Magnet School for Math and Science Inquiry

4715 18th Avenue

Brooklyn, New York 11204

Telephone Number: 1-718-633-3061    Fax Number: 1-718-871-8721


Colby Muscarelle



Janine Kraljev 

Catherine Campanella 

Assistant Principals

Curriculum Night

Come join us on Thursday, September 15, 2022 for Curriculum Night!


Family Curriculum Night 

Thursday, September 15, 2022




  • Welcome and address by Administration

Google Meet Code: Family192


  • ENL Parent Orientation Meeting for New Students

Google Meet Code: ENL192


  • Cluster Teacher Meet & Greet – Get to know our wonderful staff that teach: Art, Theater, STEAM,  Physical Education,  Music & Movement, Spanish Google Meet Code: Cluster192



Meetings will be held with your child’s teacher(s) in separate Google meets.  Google meet codes will be created and given by individual teachers to families.

  • Curriculum
  • Expectations/Learning Standards
  • Classroom Procedures
  • Trips/Trip Policies
  • Communications with parents (emails, newsletters, Remind, phone calls…)
  • Grading System
  • Attendance


Curriculum Night Google Codes



Google Code


Ms. Alkhoury

Ms. DeMaria



Ms. Pastrana




Ms. Marino



Mrs. Caruso


Ms. Herman

Ms. Jacobowitz



Ms. Behan



Ms. DiBiase

Ms. Karas




Ms. Pichis



Ms. Generoso



Ms. DiPaolo

Ms. Soulaides



Ms. DeLucia




Ms. DiMartino



Ms. Carroll



Ms. Stephen

Ms. Mazzaferro




Ms. Castro

Ms. Riddo



Ms. Calcagno



Ms. Giambanco

Mr. Thomas



Ms. Mei



Ms. Gonzalez




Ms. Santiago



Mr. Resnick



Ms. Lehrfield 

Ms. Marisenovic



MS Classes

7th & 8th Grade

All Teachers


Welcome to the 2022-2023 School Year

Dear PS/IS 192 Families,

We cannot wait to see all our returning students.   We miss them!  We also are so excited to get to meet our new students!   I’m sure our parents/guardians are excited to send them off to school as well!

As we wrap up this final week of summer vacation, we’d like to provide you with information for the coming school year:

  • School hours:  Our school day will start at 8:10 am and end at 2:30 pm (though we dismiss our youngest students a bit earlier for safety reasons).  We will open the main entrance doors early, from 7:40 am - 8 am, to accommodate students and families who want or need an earlier arrival time and to provide a free, hot breakfast to students
  • Arrival procedures for the first 2 days only:
    • Pre-K students will follow the abbreviated schedule sent earlier this summer in the mail. (If you did not receive the letter, please call the school on 9/6 or 9/7 to find out the session times for your child on the first 2 days.  Pre-K students will line up along the fence at the building entrance on 47th Street.  They will eat breakfast in their classrooms.
    • Kindergarten students will be escorted by their parents/guardians through the 48th Street school yard gate by 8:10 am.  They will find their class sign and line up by their sign.  Kindergarten teachers will greet students at 8:10 am.  An administrator will be available for any questions.  Students will be offered a grab and go breakfast these 2 days. 
    • Students in grades 1-8 will enter through the main entrance at 8:07 am. Assigned Staff will be in the multipurpose room to direct traffic
    • Grades 1-3 students will sit by class in the cafeteria and will be greeted by their teachers and be escorted to class at 8:10 am or shortly thereafter
    • Grades 4-8 students will go to the auditorium using stairwell D and will be greeted by their teachers and be escorted to class at 8:10am or shortly thereafter. 
  • Arrival procedures starting September 12th:
    • Pre-K students will be picked up at 8:10am on 47th Street and escorted to their classroom.  Breakfast will be in their classroom.
    • Students in K-8 will enter through the main entrance at 8:07 am and go straight up to their classrooms.  Assigned Staff will be in the multipurpose room to direct traffic
      •  Students in  Grades K-3 will go up to class using stairwell B
      • Grades 4-8 will go up to their classrooms using Stairwell D 


  • Early students will have a choice to eat breakfast or go to the auditorium from 7:40 am - 8 am.


  • Dismissal procedures
    • Parents/guardians will stand outside their child’s designated dismissal location in the afternoon as follows: 



47th Street Exit Doors 

2:20 PM


Schoolyard Exit 48th Street 

2:20 PM

Grades 1 & 2 

Schoolyard Exit 48th Street 

2:25 PM

Grades 3 & 4 

47th Street Exit Doors 

2:30 PM

Grades 5 & 6 

Schoolyard Gate Exit 

47th Street

2:30 PM

Grades 7 & 8 

Schoolyard Rolling Gate Exit 47th Street

2:30 PM


  • Any students whose parents are late to pick up their child are brought to the auditorium. 
  • Parents/guardians who are late to pick up their child will go to the main entrance and be greeted by a staff member.  Parents/guardians are not to stand in the vestibules during arrival and dismissal times. 

Additionally, here is a reminder of some “to do” items that will help with a smooth start to the school year:

  • Update NYSCA account with current contact information (Please call the school if  you need your unique code to register).  
  • Finalize back to school shopping.  Here is a link to the supply lists and the school dress code
  • Please label all supplies with your child’s name and class (Ex. Colby Muscarelle, K-211).  If you did not receive his/her class, it is available on his/her NYCSA account.  

 We are looking forward to working with you to support our young scholars and to help them reach their full potential.   Thank you for your entrusting us with your children.


Colby Muscarelle

Welcome to PS/IS 192!

Our Mission Statement 

 PS/IS 192 , the Magnet School of Math and Science Inquiry, is the school of character and intelligence. At PS/IS 192 each student is special and precious. Our school mission is to use every minute for every child to excel as a student and as a citizen.

Regular School Hours

School hours are 8:10 AM to 2:30 PM

Breakfast will be served before the start of the school day from 7:40am




Statement on Accessiblity

Statement on Accessibility: 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 the Parent Coordinator, Yolanda Fioriello to request assistance.

Parent Support Hotlines

 National and local NYC hotlines for resources, emotional support, and guidance for parents in crisis and in need of a knowledgeable and helpful listening ear.

  • NY Foundling
    • 888-435-7553
    • Support by providing resources over the phone. The crisis nursery is closed.
  • Parents Helping Parents Stress Line
    • 1-800-632-8188
    • Support for parents feeling overwhelmed, stressed, etc.
  • Child Help National Child Abuse Hotline
    • 1-800-4-A-CHILD/1-800-422-4453
    • Parents can call to talk to a counselor about the stress they are under or young people can call to ask for help for themselves and talk to a counselor
  • Su Familia: The National Hispanic Family Health Helpline
  • National Parent Helpline
    • 1-855- 4A PARENT / 1-855-427-2736
    • Emotional support, resources, advice and more from a peer advocate
  • NYC Well
    • 1-888-NYC-WELL (1-888-692-9355), Text WELL to 65173
    • Chat at https://nycwell.cityofnewyork.us/en/
    • Free, confidential, 24/7 mental health support by speaking to a local counselor via phone, text, or chat in more than 200 languages.
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
    • 1−800−799−7233
    • Support for people with experiences of domestic violence. Resources for those quarantined with their abuser.
    • https://www.thehotline.org/
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline






Department of Education Calendar 2022-2023




PTA Meeting Dates

September 30                        February 17

October 28                               March 24

November 18                          April 28

December 16                          May 26

January 27                               June 16

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Seasonal Influenza (Flu)

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Seasonal Flu Vaccine

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Prevent Influenza

Health Bulletin: Influenza/Flu (PDF)
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Respect for All

Our Respect for All Liaison is

Mrs. Marina D'Aniello, Guidance Counselor

Email address: mdaniello@schools.nyc.gov

Phone #: 718-633-3061 Ext. 5022




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