Programs

Early-Morning Drop Off
We offer free morning supervision, including breakfast, in our cafeteria from 7-7:45AM.

PSW-SONYC
The PSW-SONYC (Play Study Win-School’s Out New York City) program at Salve Regina seeks to enable every child to “Play” – that is, participate fully in all opportunities. With increased access, every child can “Learn” – that is, gain necessary academic, social, emotional, and 21st Century skills. With access and skills, every child can “Win” – that is, realize each child’s fullest potential as an individual and as a member of a family, community, and workplace.

Play Study Win (PSW) has created our Leadership in Action Program model in response to feedback from young people, families, and school educators. The goals of the program are:

  1. Foster academic, social and emotional competencies and physical well-being.
  2. Provide opportunities for youth to explore interests and creativity.
  3. Build skills that support academic achievement and raise participant confidence.
  4. Cultivate youth leadership and community engagement.
  5. Engage families in support of the above goals.

The program provides FREE activities such as nutrition, business, debate, sport, dance/STEP, STEM and 45 minutes of homework time. The program operates Monday-Friday from 3-6pm (5:30pm dismissal). For further information and/or questions, please contact Mrs. Cano at (347) 346-1005 or salveregina.psw@gmail.com.

CISA Monthly Collections

  • September, Lupus Foundation: We donated used textbooks.
  • October, Coat Drive: Donate gently used coats for families who are in need.
  • November, Food Drive: Every class will have a box in their classroom that they will decorate with their class and donate canned goods (non-perishable foods). These boxed foods will be given to neighboring churches that will prepare meals or baskets for people or families in need.
  • December, “Toys for Tots”: There will be a Christmas Tree hung in the gym where students and parents can choose an ornament which will have a child’s gender and age. An appropriate gift can bought and brought to school at a specified date.
  • January, Ronald McDonald House: Tabs from soda, juice, and bean cans are collected and brought to a Ronald McDonald House to support pediatric cancer patients and their families.
  • February, “Love Thy Neighbor”: We will collect needed items for the poor, homeless, and elderly. Items collected can be toothbrushes, hairbrushes, socks, etc…
  • March, “Pennies for Patients”: We will collect pennies every morning after prayers. At the end of the month, the pennies are blessed and sent to the organization.
  • April, Lupus Foundation: We will donate gently used chapter books, children’s books, etc… to the organization.
  • May, Sisters of Charity: A collection of baby goods is collected for unwed mothers such as bottles, wipes, pacifiers, diapers, etc…