Reach For The Stars!
Chancellor's message to families
Today is the last day of the most challenging, most intense school year many of us have ever experienced. I am humbled by your efforts and so proud of your children—our brilliant students.
I know that last September feels like it was years ago, and that time in general seems to exist as “before COVID” and “after COVID.” It might be hard to remember,
We believe that all students can learn and are entitled to be provided with the best education possible. To this end, we endeavor to foster an educational environment that takes into account the needs, interests and abilities of the individual student.
We recognize our responsibility to promote positive awareness among our student body and develop those educational skills which will maximize and enhance the potential for student academic achievement in all curriculum areas.
Further, we believe it our responsibility to prepare students so that upon exiting school, they will be equipped with the necessary academic and vocational skills to become successful, productive citizens in our society.
Finally, we recognize that this should be accomplished in partnership between home, school and community.
Ms. A. Quinlan
Ms. A. Markovich,
P4Q@179 & P4Q@161
Mr. V. Rocco, Assistant Principal
P4Q@179 & P4Q@270
Ms. J. Berman, Assistant Principal
P4Q138 and P4Q@213
Mr. S. Reese, Assistant Principal
N. Bucella/T. Whitney, P4@179
R. Petrowski, P4@213
S. Rodriguez, P4@270
S. Seo, P4@161
J. Dorenbosch, P4@Skillman
V. O'neill, P4@138
Field Support Center Liaison
Dr. Jude Arthur
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