November 2017

A HUGE thank you to Councilman Antonio Reynoso and P.S. 132’s hardworking parents who helped our school secure Participatory Budget (PB) money. Through our win of PB money,  we overhauled our Technology Lab with brand new Apple workstations. Below are pictures from our ribbon cutting ceremony!


October 2017

Brooklyn Bicycle Co. Raffle 10/31/17- A BIG thank you to Brooklyn Bicycle Co. for their donation of the beautiful 3 Speed Tangerine Willow we raffled off. Pictured below is Luka Z. choosing the winner, and winner Elouise B. with Ms. Lubeck.



Halloween Parade 10/31/17- What a wonderful Halloween Parade! Thanks to the NYPD for keeping our students safe!


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SchoolFest 10/21/17– Thanks to all the families who stopped by our exhibit at SchoolFest at MS 126. We had a blast meeting so many prospective parents and look forward to seeing many of you on our school tours! A big thank you to our dedicated teachers who volunteered– Ms. Conner, Mrs. de Koning Foley, Mrs. Morodokhin, Mrs. Plouffe, Ms. Santiago, & Ms. Strocchia!



Design Lab Ribbon Cutting Ceremony- PS 132 proudly welcomed Borough President Eric Adam’s office and Deputy Borough President, Diana Reyna, to the ribbon cutting ceremony of our brand new Design Lab! Room 214 is officially open for student use and we can’t wait to see the amazing architecture projects our students will create!




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Thanks to YOU we raised $2,500 for student activities and our students had a blast! Pictured below is Walk-a-Thon raffle prize winner, Luella, with Principal Lubeck.


Denim Day- We raised $600 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation! Way to go PS 132!

June 2017


Congratulations to our very own School Safety Officer, Office Little, who received a Certificate of Achievement from the NYPD Police Commissioner for 30 years of dedicated service! Talk about an achievement! We are so proud to have her in our school community!

December 2016



Our awe-inspiring students, families, and community members generously donated their gently used plastic toys to make a difference in the lives of hundreds of underprivileged children! Upon starting our 2016 Toy Drive, our collection goal was 200 toys. Incredibly, we surpassed our goal in one day! After a week-long collection period, we are immensely proud to report that we collected 1,000 toys! Our students learned how their generosity impacted their peers and how their plastic recycling efforts benefited the environment. We are grateful to all those who contributed to our toy drive and are looking forward to next year’s drive. Read a blog post about our efforts on Second Chance Toys’ website!