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PS 29 John Harrigan School

PS 29 John Harrigan School

425 Henry Street Brooklyn, NY,

Average Rating: 2.6 (5 ratings)
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The PS 29 John Harrigan School's playspace is a barren, cracked blacktop yard, with scant play equipment. It serves a diverse public elementary school population of 670+ children in pre-K through grade 5, as well as the community at large.

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sharaoken over 6 years ago

Need a friendly and inviting place for kids to hang out and play...

jylee over 6 years ago

It's a fantastic community playspace that is accessible to kids throughout the neighborhood.

junebug over 6 years ago

They have the physical space but lack the funds to make the current playspace great. It is pretty barren and greatly in need.

aed over 6 years ago

There are many children in the neighborhood, the playground is centrally located.

MarionGropen over 6 years ago

The PS 29 playspace is made great by the children who play there, and their families. The community makes this space a warm, welcoming and fun space. Of course, more amenities wouldn't impair that, but it's still fabulous with or without them. And the climbing structure we already have, limited as it may be, is fun for the kids.

mateomoore over 6 years ago

It's big enough to fit an Imagination playground in a box!

Ecallahan over 6 years ago

A wide open playspace that is a great safe place for kids to hang out it.

tksmith82 over 6 years ago

What's great is the kids! What's not so great is that they have very little to play with during recess in the school yard.

Joanne185 over 6 years ago

On any given day, the unstructured play space that is the PS 29 schoolyard supports an array of activities. Kids play soccer, squash, basketball, hockey, baseball, tennis and inventive games. They ride scooters, tricycles and learn how to ride bikes. Parents, grandparents and other adults play with the children after work and on weekends. It is a safe place for children to be kids. Help us preserve this open space for active recreation and make it better.

thomama over 6 years ago

We are lucky that there is a space for the kids to run and play.



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