At the Connie Lekas School, our goal is to provide an educational environment that will prepare students for success in post secondary settings. By meeting students at their individual entry points we engage students in different modalities for learning. The shared efforts of students, parents, and staff result in lifelong learners, problem solvers, and productive citizens in the global community.
The Connie Lekas High School is committed to providing Excellence in Education for all students. The school will design programs and 21st century outcomes aligned to the personal and social growth of every student. As a richly diverse community of learners, that values all its members, the Connie Lekas School will assume a central role in the community by linking parents, local agencies and businesses to the school.
Connie Lekas School, P811K Hours and Locations
P811K Main Site
8:00 AM - 2:30 PM
Fall Family Arts Day Festival 2017
Community Mayors Luna Park Event
The Community Mayors Luna Park Event is annual event where children with disabilities enjoy rides, clowns and games in Brooklyn's Coney Island.
2017 Graduation Ceremony Guest Speaker - Councilman Chaim Deutsch
Councilman Chaim Deutsch was the guest speaker at P811's graduation ceremony, held on 6/20/17. At the ceremony he announced that he will be providing funding for a video surveillance system, to help keep our students safe. Also acknowledged was the funding for technology that he has provided to our school, that has helped to ensure student success both at school and in the workforce.
Light is Up Blue - April 22 2017
An event that brings awareness about autism, and to benefit all students with autism.
Antoinette Rose was honored and presented with a Citation
At an awards ceremony held on April 21, 2017, Antoinette Rose, Principal of P811K was honored and presented with a Citation by New York State Senator Roxanne Persaud. The Citation recognizes, "The quality of service rendered by Antoinette Rose is a reflection of commitment to excellence..." and her "commitment, contributions, compassion and dedication to meeting the needs of the students and families..."
Inspired Education Professional Award
On May 11, 2017, the Brooklyn South Field Support Center held an award ceremony recognizing "Inspired Education Professionals." Ms. Antoinette Rose, Principal of P811K was presented with the Inspired Education Professional Award, "For excellence as an Administrator."
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