Speed bumps are coming to Battery Park City's P.S. 276, the LES's P.S. 2 and Chinatown's P.S. 124.
Downtown's crowded elementary schools have more applicants than seats for their kindergarten programs.
A stop sign will be installed on Battery Place outside of P.S. 276, a corner the NYPD has called unsafe.
The 1st Precinct is calling for more traffic safety measures outside of Battery Park City's P.S. 276.
P.S. 276 and the Peck Slip School will not run pre-K programs during the 2014-2015 school year.
Parents received the welcome news that their kids will have seats in local kindergartens this fall.
More than 100 kids remain on the wait-lists for Downtown kindergartens.
Most of lower Manhattan's elementary schools have placed children on long wait-lists.
A new pre-K is coming to Lower Manhattan, but parents still want to see more seats in the area.
P.S. 234 and P.S. 276 will both have to hold lotteries for kindergarten this year.
Experts urge parents look beyond pricey, name-brand school zones and neighborhoods to find bargains.
Lower Manhattan's elementary schools are popular but overcrowded.
Anxious parents flooded school enrollment offices to find a seat for their child.
Dozens of Downtown kids could be given spaces at P.S. 1 in Chinatown as soon as the fall of 2013.
P.S. 276 will open a fifth section of kindergarten in the fall of 2012, staff said.
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