It will be the mayor's second public meeting since he took office in 2014 and follows a town hall focused on tenant rights held in Washington Heights in October.
Dromm, a former teacher and the chair of the City Council's committee on education, is throwing the event with support from Jackson Heights Parents for Public Schools, the Jackson Heights Green Alliance and the Jackson Heights Beautification Group.
The town hall will be held at the school's auditorium, on 37th Avenue near 77th Street. Doors open at 6 p.m., and it begins at 7 p.m.
Those interested in attending need to RSVP and can do so by calling the councilman's office at 718-803-6373.
Deborah Alexander, co-president of Community Education Council 30, said the group was informed of the meeting on Monday.
"I hope a meaningful dialogue will be exchanged," Alexander said of the town hall, which she says was invitation-only.
The mayor's office and Dromm's office said it is open to the public, but is keeping a list due to space.
The Department of Education did not immediately respond to a request for comment.