Welcome to Adrien Block I.S. 25
We are happy to have you here. This parent support page will help both you and your child succeed at his/her first year at Adrien Block Intermediate School 25. If you have any questions or concerns, you can:
call the main office at 718-961-3480
email any teacher, guidance counselor or Assistant Principal from the I.S. 25 Family page
email any teacher, guidance counselor or Assistant Principal via PupilPath
2019-2020 6th grade Assistant Principal 2019-2020 6th grade Guidance Counselor
Ms. Irene Cacanando-Zimmet Ms. Robyn Petruskie
718-961-3480 x 2242 718-961-3480 x 2241
2019-2020 School Supply List
All students are required to bring the necessary supplies to school each day to be prepared for class. Please Click HERE to see specific supplies necessary for all incoming 6th grade students.
Summer Reading Assignment
All students are assigned a summer reading project. Please Click HERE to see specific details of the assignment for all incoming 6th grade students. Essays are due to your child's ELA teacher by Friday, September 13, 2019.
Breakfast: 7:40 AM - 8:00 AM
Period 1: 8:10 AM - 8:56 AM
Period 2: 8:58 AM - 9:43 AM
Period 3: 9:45 AM -10:30 AM
Period 4: 10:32 AM - 11:18 AM
Period 5: 11:20 AM - 12:05 PM -- Grade 6 Lunch Period
Period 6: 12:07 PM - 12:53 PM
Period 7: 12:55 PM - 1:41 PM
Period 8: 1:43 PM - 2:30 PM
Yellow Bus Transportation & MTA MetroCard: Students in Grade 6 have the option to take the yellow school bus. Students can take the school bus to and from school from a centralized pickup location near your house. If you need yellow bus transportation, speak with any staff member in the main office (by phone at 718-961-3480, or in person in room 108). In addition to the yellow bus service, students have access to the NYC MTA public buses. Based on the distance between home and school, many students are eligible for half or full fare Metro Cards. Eligible students receive two Metro Cards per year, one in September (for the fall semester), and a second card in February (for the spring semester). Any lost or damaged cards can be replaced in the main office.
Gym Uniform: All students are required to wear a gym uniform during their physical education periods. Students may wear their uniform all day, or may change in the locker room during their gym period. Uniform orders must be made online at www.smoothusa.com/is25q. If you need assistance with your gym uniform order, speak with your Parent Coordiantor, Ms. Trotter at or 718-961-3480 x 1431.
Meals: Breakfast and lunch are provided to all students for FREE. Students must arrive at 7:40am for breakfast available every morning in the cafeteria. Students may bring lunch from home, have school lunch for free, and/or purchase snacks during their lunch period for $1-$2. Snack items include chips, ice cream, gummy candy, etc.
After-School Program: Greater Ridgewood Youth Council offers a free after-school program for all students Monday – Friday from 2:30pm – 5:30pm. This program is funded by SONYC (Schools Out New York City) a program created by Mayor Bill DeBlasio for newly reformed expansion to free after-school programs for the middle school. To request an application, contact Ms. Dina DePaola at or call the main office at 718-961-3480.