More than 1,200 families were waitlisted at their zoned schools, according to DOE data released Tuesday.
P.S. 87 and P.S. 9 are both getting an additional kindergarten class next school under the DOE's plan.
The lab features editing bays, an open seating plan and multiple screens for displaying work.
DNAinfo crunched kindergarten application data to find the city's most popular schools.
The DOE said it added 25 new seats to the popular school to accomodate a long waitlist this year.
Parents grilled Carmen Fariña on the development near P.S. 163 and the long waitlist at P.S. 199.
Parents who are zoned for P.S. 199 say the school should consider adding another kindergarten class.
The P.S. 199 waitlist increased dramatically this year, which parents are blaming on K Connect.
Kindergarten Connect is accepting applications through Feb. 20.
P.S. 199 has received nearly 600 applications this year for fewer than 150 spots.
Parents said they're anxious about their children getting middle school seats in District 3.
Lil Yogis offers classes in how to deal with tension and anxiety during and leading up to big tests.
P.S. 199 was granted a National Blue Ribbon School Award by Secretary of Education Arne Duncan.
Principal Parker said leading the new P.S. 452 is exciting and challenging.
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