Whether your child is learning remotely or in person, the P.S. 233 staff is very excited to welcome students back to school. This school year is sure to be different.  The resources on this page will help families better succeed this school year.

Our students will no longer use their @ps233.org accounts for Google Classroom and other learning tools.  Instead, the DOE has created accounts for every New York City public school student. 


Students will access Google and other tools with their @nycstudents.net accounts.



Once you have your @nycstudents.net account, click here for help logging in:

Keep up to date on the 2020-2021 school year. 

Learn about NYC DOE digital learning tools,

student accounts, DOE iPads, and more:


Having technical issues with a learning platform or a device? 

Reach out to the NYC DOE Tech Support team to get the help you need:


Before students can return to the building for in-person instruction, parents must provide consent for their child to participate in the weekly COVID testing program. Parents can provide consent by:

  1. coming to the school and completing a consent form;

  2. by downloading the NYCDOE Health Screening app and clicking Consent; or

  3. using their New York City Schools Account (NYCSA).


Children will not be allowed to return to school until we have this consent to testing on file.


To use the Health Screening app, follow these 3 steps:  1. Download the App  2. Sign in and Consent  3. Submit



Health Screening App Sign In healthscreening.schools.nyc

Senior Graduation News!

​Here are the details for our graduation ceremonies:

  • Virtual Awards Ceremony will be held June 18th at 1pm

  • We will hold three in-person graduation ceremonies on June 22nd: 

    • 8:30am. -  Ms. Hussein's and Mr. Gordon's students

    • 10:30am - Ms. Boyke's / Ms. Humphrey's and Mr. Rouse's students;

    • 12:00pm - Ms. McCrea's students

  • All ceremonies will be held outdoors at PS 233

  • Maximum two guests per student

We are so proud of our amazing graduating seniors in the Class of 2021!  

Graduates toss their caps in the air