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IS 25

Welcome to IS25! Our site consists of Special Education grades 6-8. We provide 12:1:1 and 8:1:1 instruction.


IS 25 Annex

Address: 4210 Arthur Kill Road, Staten Island, NY 10309  

Phone: (718) 984-7800

Administrator: Gerard Tingos




For students with academic and/or behavioral management needs that interfere with the instructional process and require additional adult support and specialized instruction.

  • 12 students
  • One special education teacher
  • One paraprofessional




For students whose needs are severe and chronic and require constant, intensive supervision, a significant degree of individualized attention, intervention and behavior management.

  • 8 students
  • One special education teacher
  • One paraprofessional


Here at the Annex, we provide a rigorous education emphasizing that all of our students have the potential to learn, grow, and become successful members of society.  We prepare our students to take NYS and NYC exams, while getting our students ready for high school.  Our staff at the Annex provides students a nurturing, therapeutic environment while strengthening academics, providing all our students an opportunity to succeed. We spend a great deal of time and effort on our schools PBIS program which focuses on supporting students' positive behavior, and encouraging them to think and act in a positive matter.  Students who earn their points get to participate in weekly clubs which support enrichment activities such as a culinary, technology and physical education program.  

2022-2023 School Year
A program that was launched by President Obama for an initiative to address persistent opportunity gaps faced by boys and young men of color that is set out to ensure that ALL young people can reach their full potential.
Assistant Principal Luke Timmins, is one of MBK's Lead Mentors.  Mr. Timmins piloted this program with our Intermediate Students here at the Annex when the program first began.  Our students look forward to participating in the program during the monthly meetings, and have made great progress doing so.  Students that have struggled reading in front of peers have gained the confidence to do so. 
MBK is a program that inspires many citizens.  People involved in the program consist of community leaders, policy makers, elected officials and more who are involved to ensure that all youth know they matter while providing them with the knowledge that they can have every opportunity to achieve any dream they want to. 
2021-2022 School Year
NYCID believes in building community and nurturing personal growth. The programs improves lives through conflict management, social-emotional learning, and youth development.
Founded in 1970, New York Center for Interpersonal Development (NYCID) is a not-for-profit organization on Staten Island. NYCID promotes the improvement of human relationships and the strengthening of communities.
They provide youth, community, and professional development programs, as well as dispute resolution services that educate and inform the public about constructive problem-solving, effective communication, and intercultural awareness.
They also operate a training institute to teach these skills to others.NYCID are experts in effective communication and through their core values of Collaboration, Accountability, Recognition, and Resilience, they work to help people develop the essential skills needed to move New York City toward the goal of being a more compassionate, civil, and economically mobile place for all.
BALLROOM BASIX™is a non-competitive, not-for-profit, arts-in-education initiative committed to the development of students’ social and fitness skills through the dynamic Ballroom and Latin dancing experience. By reinforcing the etiquette inherent in partner dance, Ballroom Basix instills self-worth, physical well-being and cooperation among the children it serves. The program's academic relevance is further enhanced by the history, geography and multiculturalism included in our fun-filled, creative curriculum.