Reach for the Stars!
P4Q will be going 5 days in building starting January 4, 2021.
There will be no more blended remote classes/no more Group A/B weeks.
You will be notified prior to December 23rd of any changes (in building or fully remote) that may affect your child.
In order for your child to return to in-person learning, you must submit the consent form for in-school COVID-19 testing by the first day your child returns to their school building.3K, Pre-K, and Kindergarten students are excluded from random testing.
Submitting consent have your child tested for COVID-19 in school is quick and easy. If you have already submitted consent, we encourage you to do so again to ensure your student has the latest form on file. There are two easy ways to submit:
Fill out the form online using a New York City Schools Account (NYCSA)
NYC DOE CONSENT FORM FOR COVID-19 TESTING
What is this form? We are seeking your consent to test your child for COVID-19 infection.The New York City Department of Education(NYC DOE), working with NYC Health + Hospitals and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, has partnered with laboratories and other providers to test NYC DOE students, teachers, and staff members for COVID-19 infection.
For more information and/or to access consent forms in other languages, use the "more info" link below.
NEW GUIDELINES FOR OUT-OF-STATE TRAVEL
Travelers Must Get Tested Within Three Days Prior to Landing in New York, Quarantine for at Least Three Days Upon Arrival, and Get a Test on Day Four of Arrival
If Travelers Receive a Negative Test On Day Four of Quarantine They May Exit Quarantine When They Receive Negative Result
States that are Contiguous with New York Continue to Be Exempted from Quarantine Protocol — Essential Workers Also Continue to be Exempted
Travelers Who Were Only Out of State for Less Than 24 Hours Do Not Need to Quarantine but Must Get a Test on Day Four of Arrival Back in NY
All Travelers Covered by The Advisory Must Continue to Fill Out Traveler Health Form Upon Arrival Into New York State
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. J. Dorenbosch, P4Q@179 & P4Q@161
Mr. V. Rocco, P4Q@179 & P4Q@270
Ms. J. Berman, P4Q138 and P4Q@213
Mr. S. Reese, P4Q@Skillman
N. Bucella/T. Whitney, P4@179
R. Petrowski, P4@213
S. Rodriguez, P4@270
S. Seo, P4@161
E. Rosenberry, P4@Skillman
V. O'neill, P4@138
Field Support Center Liaison
Dr. Jude Arthur
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