Brooklyn STEAM Center Families

As a member of our community, we want to ensure that you always feel welcome and supported with regards to you and your child's needs at the Brooklyn STEAM Center. We aim to provide support and clear answers to any of your questions throughout the entire experience. Moreover, we are commitment to the involvement and development of our greatest asset, you.

Please be on the lookout for our monthly parent meeting invitations and training opportunities.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to our family engagement coordinator.

Family Engagement Coordinator

Mrs. Alicia Cortes

Family Events

Monthly Family Gatherings





COVID-19 Safety Precautions

The Brooklyn STEAM Center has taken a number of steps to help limit the potential spread of COVID-19. These steps include:

  • Limiting our pathway programs from two sessions per day to one, in order to avoid cross contamination of computers, tools, and equipment being used by different groups of students each day

  • Minimizing our classes sizes to no more than 15 students each; despite having larger rooms with social distancing capacities beyond that number

  • Installing hand sanitizer stations, posted floor markers, social distancing guidelines and protective barriers in various areas of our building

  • Randomized temperature checks to students and staff daily

  • Visitor control protocols to screen visitors and limit the number of people who enter our school space daily

  • Ongoing cleaning and disinfecting of high touch spaces during the school day, and daily overnight deep cleaning of all surfaces using electrostatic sprayers and UV technology

  • Outlined spaces within our classroom in order to facilitate social distancing

  • The availability of mask, face shields, thermometers, and hand sanitizers to students, staff and family members who need them

  • The installation of hospital grade MERV air filters within our HVAC systems, which are serviced and changed frequently

  • Encouraging students to stay home if they are feeling sick, washing their hands regularly for at least 20-seconds/using a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content, and wearing a mask when in public or at school

The health and safety of all our community members is our number one priority, and we are taking every precaution necessary to help limit the spread of COVID-19 and to provide the optimal learning environment for our scholars.

Updated: Thursday, September 3, 2021.