Office & FAQs

Meet the team!

Raquel Guerra

MS Program Manager

(347) 889-7041 x5002

Charkeiah Ross

MS Registrar

(347) 889-7041 x5002

Ilean Curry

MS Program Coordinator

(347) 889-7041 x5002

These FAQs have been updated to reflect remote/hybrid learning.

Please click here for a more comprehensive list of questions and answers.

What are the start end end times for each grade?

Hybrid Model:

Here are the start and end times for each grade level:

  • 6th Grade: 8:15 AM - 2:05 PM

  • 7th Grade: 9:15 AM - 3:05 PM

  • 8th Grade: 10:15 AM - 3:05 PM


Remote-only Model

6th-8th Grade: 8:15 AM - 4:00 PM*

*There will be a variety of breaks throughout the day to limit student “screen time.” You can view a sample schedule here.

Why is campus closed on Wednesday?

Campus is closed on Wednesday for all faculty, staff, and students in order to deep clean and sanitize the space. For faculty and staff, this time is used for valuable professional development to set students up for success in both models. For students, we will offer Grade-Level Gathering across all three grade levels for students to build relationships with students outside of their cohorts, and Zoom office hours and SETSS for students for academic support.

Is it possible to change from the remote-ony model to the hybrid model? What about changing from the Hybrid-model to the remote model?

Yes, with some limitations. Please refer to the Hybrid Reopening page for more information!

Students who are participating in the remote-only program will be able to join the hybrid-model and begin in-person classes but only at set times throughout the fall such as the end of the first quarter (end of October) and the end of the semester (mid-January). This is because more students joining the hybrid model will require us to re-group in-person student cohorts and we cannot do that on a rolling basis.


Will uniforms be required for hybrid and remote-only models?

Our uniform policy will remain the same with that caveat that we strongly suggest students wear their uniforms during remote learning classes to encourage consistency.

Will 6th Grade have busing?

To best support the health and safety of our community, Brooklyn Prospect will not offer student busing through the NYCDOE Office of Pupil Transportation (OPT) this school year, except for students requiring accommodations in their individualized education plans (IEPs) or with other such required accommodations.

Students who meet OPT requirements will be eligible to receive MetroCards in lieu of student busing. If you have questions regarding transportation, please email the Middle School Office at wtmscoordinator@brooklynprospect.org with your request.

My student will be absent or will need to be picked up early. Who should I tell?

Email your middle school program coordinators at wtmscoordinator@brooklynprospect.org. You should also email your student's advisor to let them know. Students being picked up early will receive a pass to dismiss from class at the appropriate time. You can also call the office at (347) 889-7041 x5002.

How do I get a new student metrocard ?

Email your middle school program office team at wtmscoordinator@brooklynprospect.org.

How do I access my Teacherease account?

In late August, Families will receive a welcome letter to Teacherease with instructions for logging in. If you have not received an email, please check your Spam folder. If you have still not received a welcome letter, please email wtmscoordinator@brooklynprospect.org, and we will resend the email.

Families can use Teacherease to view your student's schedule, as well as pay your lunch account balance and pay any fees associated with field trips.

You can find a quick user guide here. Please email the MS Office, if you have any other questions.

Where can I buy uniforms?

Flynn O’Hara is the “official” uniform provider for Brooklyn Prospect. Phys. Ed. and Dance uniforms are currently only available via Flynn O'Hara. All required clothing can be purchased through their website or at their Brooklyn store:

Flynn O'Hara Uniforms

6719 18th Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11204

We also have a partnership with Lands' End! Families can purchase uniforms and other school clothing by visiting this page.

You can also email the PTSO at wtptso@brooklynprospect.org to browse some of our gently used donated uniforms!

What is the WTMS Dress Code?

FOR ACADEMIC CLASSES:

  • Tops - Students must wear a BPCS shirt everyday. This can be the uniform polo shirt with BPCS logo in white or green, the green PE t-shirt with white logo or any BPCS branded shirt. Shirts must be worn at least to waist of pants.

  • Bottoms - black, grey or khaki bottoms worn at the waist. Leggings, sweatpants and athletic pants, shorts or skirts are fine.

  • Sweatshirt - Students have options for what to wear over their polo or BPCS t-shirt in colder weather:

    • A sweatshirt with the BPCS logo (available from Flynn O’Hara), or

    • Any solid grey, hunter green, white, or black non-hooded sweatshirt, sweater, or fleece.

Please note:

  • Students may wear special issue BPCS spirit t-shirts or Junior Honor Society t-shirts any day of the week.

  • A BPCS top must be worn everyday under any sweater or sweatshirt.

  • Undergarments cannot be visible through or outside of clothing.

  • Hoods and hats may NOT be worn inside the building; head covering as part of a religious belief or cultural expression is allowed.

  • No flip-flops or slides are allowed due to their potential to cause accidents.

  • No clothing or jewelry may be worn with inappropriate, discriminatory, or questionable language or images.

    • Examples of words or images that are not allowed include those that: are gang related; negatively stereotype any group; discriminate on the basis of gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, or religion; promote drug, alcohol, or tobacco use; depict violence; have sexual innuendos, or are blatantly disrespectful of others’ beliefs.

Where can I find weekly updates if I missed it?

Please click here to access previous weekly updates!

Student Resources

The Brooklyn Prospect's policies and community standards are designed to ensure that your life at Brooklyn Prospect can develop in an atmosphere that promotes individual and collective learning and growth. The Windsor Terrace Student Handbook is our starting point, and each year the evolution of our practices will be reflected here in this document with your help.