Welcome to The Castlewood School Website!

Welcome to P.S. 186Q

Our website is only one of the several ways in which we seek to communicate with our students, parents, and community members. Please take some time to explore; there is so much to see, and we are so happy to share it all with you!

We hope you find our website easy to use, informative, and educational. We value your feedback. Please use the form on our Contact Us page to send us comments and suggestions. We look forward to hearing from you!

PLEASE BE ADVISED

REMINDERS

NEW SCHOOL HOURS ARE 8:20AM-2:40PM

BUILDING OPENS AT 7:50AM (BREAKFAST STUDENTS ONLY)

ALL STUDENTS MUST BE PICKED UP ON TIME

THERE IS NOT LONGER AN ON-SITE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM

PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO PARK YOUR CAR IN FRONT OF THE SCHOOL AT DISMISSAL, THE SAME APPLIES FOR MORNING ARRIVAL….  WE HAVE AN INCREASED NUMBER OF SCHOOL BUSES AND THEY MUST HAVE ACCESS TO THE FRONT OF THE BUILDING AND MUST BE ABLE TO EXIT THE BLOCK AS WELL.

DO NOT DOUBLE AND/OR TRIPLE PARK ANYWHERE NEAR THE BUILDING OR IN FRONT OF THE PARK OR PLAYGROUND.

THIS IS A SAFETY ISSUE FOR ALL MEMBERS OF OUR COMMUNITY.

PLEASE PARK AWAY FROM THE BUILDING AND WALK TO THE SCHOOL TO PICK UP AND DROP OFF YOUR CHILDREN.

ANYONE THAT PARKS IN FRONT OF THE SCHOOL WILL BE TICKETED BY THE NYPD.

Latest News

  • Book Worms Unite!

    On Wednesday morning, the students of Castlewood paired up with eachother to… read books! The activity was created by Castlewood’s Student Council to show and share our school’s love for reading and eachother! Check out photos from this event below!
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  • What do YOU want to be when YOU grow up?

    Castlewood students stepped away from their text books and writing folders on Tuesday morning in order to welcome the many volunteers that came help them think about the famous, long-asked question of “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Volunteers included a sculptor, a video game programmer, martial artists, police officers, fire fighters, […]
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  • Passion and Promise

    The Castlewood School was excited to be a part of a citywide celebration of Passion and Promise in Public Education on Wednesday, May 4th!  Our school has always been a welcoming place with an emphasis on “incorporating multiple entry points for students so that ALL students can access the curriculum…to achieve their full potential…” As […]
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