A line of parents and students stretches down the street. At right, Comptroller William Thompson greets a parent. <em>(Michael Markowitz</em>)

The line to get into PS 41 in Greenwich Village yesterday wrapped around the block, giving parents and students time to meet the politicians who made the school a campaign stop yesterday. Comptroller William Thompson, who is running for mayor, appeared at PS 41, where enrollment has swelled, just hours before releasing an audit taking aim at the city’s spending on class size reduction efforts. Also on hand were City Council Speaker Christine Quinn and Assemblywoman Deborah Glick, who represent the neighborhood.

PS 41 parent and District 2 parent council member Michael Markowitz sent us these pictures. Send yours to