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K-5
Public
Queens, NY
Students enrolled: 512

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214-43 35th Avenue
Queens, NY 11361

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(718) 423-8333
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Map of Ps 41 Crocheron address.

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August 12, 2012
PS41 has a warm and nurturing atmosphere that truly puts children first. I was surprised to find such a place within the huge NYC school system, but this is a school with a small-town feel. Parents are very involved, and welcome. Mrs. Latto runs a tight ship, the kids are well behaved, and most importantly they learn. As in any school, some teachers don't click with some kids - my daughter had one in particular that just wasn't a good fit for her. We all worked harder that year, but I always felt we had the support of the principal and we had reinforcement from the reading teacher. The most important things are that the children are safe, supported, and a priority for everyone. The PTA is dedicated and highly involved - there are always petty complaints from those who are not that involved, but they are just that, petty. This is a great school in an age when great schools are kind of hard to come by.

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2011
I feel that the school has changed greatly,, there are new teachers replacing the old teachers!! And of course once our kids get use to the new teacher, they go out on maternity leave!! There is no stability anymore. Kids need stability.. And let's not start on the PTA!!! Horrible they think they control the school and tell everyone what they need to do. They seem to be only nice to you when they need help!! Let's get something straight... All you PTA crazies get a life ...

- submitted by a parent
September 14, 2010
PS 41Q is a fantastic school. The principal, Mrs. Latto is committed to making the school one of the city's best. The teachers and staff are all very dedicated and have a lot of integrity. The school offers many programs to enrich the curriculum. The Parent Coordinator, Mary Bow, is a ray of sunshine who keeps parents connected and school spirit high. The PTA does so much and organizes a lot of evening events so working parents can be involved. It is a wonderful school for children of all abilities.

- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2010
Hello I was a student here at PQ 41Q and I found it to be THE WORST posable school ever The Guidance Counseler Named "Bob" was a verry cruel and mean person the FIFTH grade teacher Joe Was a mean person and a horrible teacher who punished me deeply and made me cry every day.. the psycholgest said that I DID NOT have this learning disorder BUT I did and HE RUINED MY LIFE I am 12 now and I have had horrible days and the worst posable experiance at PQ41Q and I DO NOT suggest this school for anyone in their right mind. oh and the psycholgest is something atless Sincerly - Matthew Ach

- submitted by a community member
June 25, 2010
While Mrs. Latto is a great principal with great vision. I am disappointed in the teachers. My daughter started at PS 41 with great kindergarten and first grade teachers. Second grade was a bit trying as we had a first year classroom teacher but it did get better. Third grade was a nightmare from day one. My daughter did not click with her teacher and it was a battle each and every day. One thing I did find at PS 41 is if you were not part of the PTA clique you didn't fit in. I actually found the PTA to be unorganized withlittle notice of meetings. Also if I volunteered for something they contacted me the day before with no time to rearrange my schedule. I gave up after the 1st grade. Well on to 4th grade

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 24, 2010
Best mix of committed teachers, involved parents, PTA, school spirit, programs, neighborhood feel & values, etc....

- submitted by a parent
April 19, 2010
PS 41 represents what the standard of excellence should be for schools across our nation. Principal Latto's mission includes developing each child to their fullest potential in all dimensions. From the diverse CIA program, which allow teachers and students to explore new and different areas of interest, to the intense preparation for exams, to the expansive extra curricular options, and including the amazing theatrical arts program that evey child particpates in, this school has exceeded every expectation I have had. Mrs. Mary Bow, the parent coordinator, shares her heart with every family, everyday. I am at ease knowing that she is there helping to make the school as wonderful as it is. Every teacher that I have had the pleasure to know, including the amazing music, art and science teachers, inspire both my child and myself. The PTA brings it all together, uniting the school as a family.

- submitted by a parent
September 15, 2009
Pricipal Latto is a truly dedicated, fully intergrated leader who fosters the right balance of academic excellence, strong discipline and achieving dynamic skill sets for the young students. The teachers and staff are compassionate and go well beyond the expectations of a public school. The energetic atmosphere in the class rooms as well as extracurricular programs naturally promote independent learning and good interpersonal skills. If you have high aspirations for your children and believe in strong work/play ethics, this school will be a good fit for you.

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September 01, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2008
I have a 2nd grader in the school and will only give the school another year. I am disappointed with the quality of the teachers. They seem bored, uninterested and disconnected from the students. There is no sense of responsibility by them. The principal and PTA are amazing and have really made an impact on the status of the school but without any positive contribution from their teaching staff --the school will begin to decline. These are the most important academic years of any child's life without enthusiasm or motivation from the teachers the children will fail. It takes a village.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 27, 2008
I love this school. As a child my sister and I went to this school and loved it. Now my son goes there and recently they got one of the only two schools in queens blue ribbon award. ITs a great school great enviroment

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March 21, 2008
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June 22, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
December 23, 2006
I am delighted to say my son is in 1st grade and he is being taught by teachers who are very involved in him succeeding. They will tell you any help your child may need or how your child has progressed. The principal is very involved, and it appears as though she has to sign off on everything. The school is very safe and has many class trips and the PTA is always working on a new project. Mary Bow is an unparalleled parent coordinator,she is very informative, the faculty definitely give it their all. Happily we are moving to Long Island however the transition to a new school I am hoping will be the same as when our child began P.S. 41.- Nicole T.

- submitted by a parent
September 24, 2006
I was thoroughly impressed with the school. The class sizes are small and both the teachers and the parents have made it a wonderful experience for my daughter. It is more like a private school without the cost. There are always workshops and various enrichment programs offered. The P.T.A welcomes new members and encourages parent involvement. I could not say enough good things about the school. The principal is very involved and cares greatly about her school and that certainly trickles down.I would highly recommend this school.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2003
PS 41 possesses an intimate, almost 'small-town' atmosphere within its classrooms and parent involvement. The principal is especially warm and accessible -- from having an open-door policy for all parents to greeting each child by name as they walk up the stairs to the main entrance.

- submitted by a parent
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Ps 41 Crocheron
214-43 35th Avenue, Queens, NY  11361
(718) 423-8333
Last modified Ps 41 Crocheron is a Public school that serves grades K-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Ps 41 Crocheron Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 16 reviews. Top