Red Hook Middle School
- FOUNDING YEAR: 2013
- LOCATION: 732 Henry Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231
- GRADES SERVED: 5th through 8th Grade
- STUDENT ENROLLMENT: 220
- CONTACT: (Ph) 718-858-7813 / (Fax) 718-858-7814 / email@example.com
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Monday through Thursday 7:45 AM – 4:00 PM br>
Friday 7:45 AM – 1:45 PM br>
Doors open at 7:20 AM each day and breakfast is served from 7:20 AM – 7:35 AM
Click here for a calendar of PAVE Red Hook important dates.
For information about enrolling your child at PAVE, please visit this page.
- Returning families should complete re-enrollment forms and return them to the main office. You can download the forms here:
- Newly accepted families should complete a full set of enrollment forms and return them to the school’s main office. You can download the forms here:
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
PAVE’s Student and Family Handbook contains details about our academic, behavior, and other important policies and procedures that a parent or guardian will need to understand in order to best support your child at PAVE. You can review the handbook here.
HIGH SCHOOL APPLICATION PROCESS
At PAVE we support our families of 8th grade students through the entire high school placement process. We provide parents with information about upcoming workshops and deadline, as well as resources to assist with the application. Please check here in late summer/early fall for key dates and materials. If you have any questions you can reach out to our High School Placement Coordinator, Sarah Myers, at email@example.com.
PAVE Red Hook partners with Butter Beans Kitchen, a school food service company that offers delicious and healthy meals and snacks to students. PAVE provides breakfast, lunch, and a snack to students each day at no cost to families. Please visit www.butterbeanskitchen.com to learn more. You can also take a look at several sample menus below:
Bus transportation to and from PAVE is provided by the New York City Department of Education’s Office of Pupil Transportation. The Department of Education will generally provide busing for students in grades K-6 living between 1⁄2 mile and 3 miles from PAVE. Note that special transportation services may be available for students with disabilities if stated in their Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or Section 504 Plan. Busing needs and feasibility of transportation will be solely determined by The Office of Pupil Transportation.
Families living farther than 1⁄2 mile from PAVE also have the option to request a metrocard from the MTA. MTA cards are available for students in all grades K-8. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about student transportation.
All students must come to school daily in the complete PAVE uniform. Please visit this page for more information about ordering uniforms.