P4Q guidance counselors believe in the potential of all of our students, nurturing them as they become responsible, self-sufficient learners and productive citizens. The school counseling program advocates for all students to have access to the resources and support necessary to be successful academically and socially, now and in future years. Our goal is to provide a triangle of support with school, family and agency. We hope that together we can give our children the roots to grow and the wings to fly!
The speech department facilitates communication through engaging activities that are tailored to the students’ individual needs and wants. We work closely with the classroom staff, and help them to integrate language at your child’s level into their everyday learning environment. Each therapist aims to become a part of a child’s home/school team with the goal of helping our students become better communicators both within the school and at home. We are always happy to answer any questions you might have about your child's progress. Feel free to email us, write to us in your child’s classroom communication notebook, or call us at the phone numbers listed below.
Using their unique expertise in movement and function, particularly related to the neuromuscular and musculoskeletal systems, school-based physical therapists promote motor development. This facilitates the student's participation in daily routines and activities as part of the child's Individualized Educational Plan. For more information on physical therapy services, please feel free to write to the teacher in your child’s classroom communication notebook, or call us at (718) 264-0916.
We are a dedicated team of professionals serving the Pre-K through 8th grade students at P4. Our purpose is to maximize independence so that our students achieve their goals and reach their full potential in the school environment. In conjunction with members of the IEP team, we address difficulties in fine motor, visual motor integration, sensory processing, visual perception, the neuro-musculoskeletal system, cognitive and psychosocial function. For more information on occupational therapy services, please feel free to write to the teacher in your child’s classroom communication notebook, or call us at (718) 264-0916.
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