Important information

Take the Remote Learning Survey

Take the Remote Learning Survey to share your experiences learning at home.

All students in grades 6–12 and parents/guardians of students in grades 3-K through 12 are invited to participate in the Remote Learning Survey. The deadline to complete the survey is Friday, May 1.

Survey feedback will help schools support students and families learning at home.

Visit schools.nyc.gov/RLSurvey to take the survey now! If you need help completing the survey, please call 311.

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El NYCDOE quiere saber su opinión

Cuéntenos su experiencia con el aprendizaje a distancia en nuestra encuesta.

Invitamos a todos los estudiantes de 6.o a 12.o grado y a los padres y tutores de alumnos de 3-K a 12.o grado a participar en la encuesta sobre aprendizaje a distancia. El último día para llenar la encuesta es el viernes, 1 de mayo.

Su opinión ayudará a las escuelas a brindar apoyo a los estudiantes y sus familias.

Visite schools.nyc.gov/RLsurvey para completar la encuesta.

Si necesita ayuda, llame al 311.

What We Mean When We Say Progressive

by Principal Jane

This brief explanation was written to help families understand why we take a ‘progressive’ stand in our classrooms and what we do differently to support all learners to develop confidence, competence and curiosity. Click here to read more.

worksheets. Once the ‘core’ homework assignments are established, families can ‘opt in’ for further assignments based on student and family needs. Please click here for more details.



Uniform Policy

Students come to the Locke School dressed for academic success. Read more about our uniforms on our Uniform Page.


Food Policy

The Locke School promotes healthy food choices. All students are offered balanced meals in the cafeteria. Students are discouraged from bringing candy, soda or other sugary treats to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Any sugary snacks will be held and returned by the classroom teacher at the end of the day. Click here for a more in-depth explanation from Principal Jane.

Mobile Device Policy

We understand that some families require their child to travel to school with electronic devices (cell phones, tablets, etc) for emergency purposes. These devices must remain in your child's backpack during the school day. If a device is taken out during the day, it will be collected and returned at dismissal.

Please understand that we can not be responsible missing or damaged devices.