1723 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215


Daily Announcements


TLC’s Summer Program: Remote Learning begins on Monday July 6, 2020 and ends Friday August 14, 2020.


As we plan and prepare for the potential Re-Opening of our school in September 2020 the following two links are for your reference: School Decision Making Tools and Back to School Checklists.



To all the medical professionals, first responders, essential workers, teachers and therapists your work is  amazing. Your actions provide hope and solace. Our gratitude is endless for all you do!
For the latest updates on the city’s response to coronavirus, sign up for text alerts by texting COVID to 692 692.

Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome Fact Sheet

Final Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome Letter to all Families – 5.12.2020

How to Get Tested for COVID-19

Need food? Please visit: NYC.GOV/FOOD for assistance.
Please note that this is not food stamps nor is it long term. It is meant to be used during this pandemic.

Please continue to stay safe and stay home!

For questions and/or concerns please contact the following:




TLC-Middle School 442 School for Innovation Stem Collaboration

Through an exciting collaboration with a local middle school, TLC will be receiving assistive technology tools, switches,  built by Middle School 442 students at their Fab Lab. A Fab Lab is a creative maker space at MS 442 where students learn how to use woodshop and metalworking tools. Therapists at TLC will use these tools to address early communication skills as well as promote motivation and engagement.  This is an exciting opportunity for both schools, and we are looking forward to future collaborations.

Tommy Turtle encourages TLC students to : Try your Best, Listen to each other and Care for everyone.

Tommy Turtle logo design created by Anthony Miller.

TLC is officially a Rising New York Road Runners site for the 2020-2021 school year.

It is our goal to ensure that our student athletes get the most fun and success possible out of the school’s association with RNYRR.

Amanda Bass, Physical Therapist will once again serve as the coordinator for this program.

The Rising NYRR Pre School Curriculum engages children in activities that prioritize skills through active play.