A pre-K program in the old Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School building will serve 378 children.
Parents at P.S. 107, P.S. 321, P.S. 10 and several other schools rallied Thursday morning.
The Department of Education's capital plan calls for $65.3 million in upgrades at District 15 schools.
Families want the new M.S. 839 to draw students from Red Hook, Park Slope, and Sunset Park.
The DOE wants to build a new school on vacant land at Third Avenue and 59th Street.
Parents at P.S. 230 and P.S. 130 want crossing guards, better signage and other safety upgrades.
P.S. 133 sets aside seats for low-income and immigrant students to preserve the school's diversity.
Principal Eric Havlik said class size will increase if the proposed District 15 rezoning isn't approved.
Middle schools are no longer allowed to use test scores as a sole or primary factor in admissions.
The school's pre-K classroom will be used for a second-grade class, the principal announced.
Fifth graders can still apply to the new Brooklyn Urban Garden School, a Windsor Terrace middle school.
Parents at P.S. 10 are hoping to start the language immersion program as soon as this fall.
Only 15 percent of P.S. 282's students live inside the school's zone.
The DOE unveiled proposed zoning maps for Park Slope's P.S. 321, P.S. 107, P.S. 39 and P.S. 10.
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