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WELCOME PARENTS!

 

VIDEOS FOR PARENTS OF CHILDREN WITH SIGNIFICANT COGNITIVE DISABILITIES

These four videos for parents of children with significant cognitive disabilities provide ideas for supporting the learning of reading and math at home:

Helping Your Child with the Foundations of Math While at Home

Helping Your Child with Math While at Home

Helping Your Child with the Foundations of Reading at Home

Helping Your Child with Reading at Home

 
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PTA ELECTIONS 
APRIL 29TH 2021 @6PM

Looking for how you can support your child's school? Please join us and be a part of the P4Q Virtual Parent and Teachers Association Elections. Staff are welcome to join us!
For more information contact Beth Dalton: 75q004pa@schools.nyc.gov

 

OPT IN TO BLENDED LEARNING

March 22, 2021


Dear Families,

We just reopened high school buildings for in-person learning for the first time since November 2020, and I have to say that the joy on our students’ faces as they entered their school buildings was amazing. We are thrilled to see students of all ages safely learning in physical classrooms.

That is why I am very pleased to let you know that all our remote families will now have one more opportunity to transition to blended learning this school year. This means that if your child is currently learning remotely every day, they will be able to opt in to learning in person in the school building at least part of the week for the remainder of the school year. We will make every effort to provide as many days of in-person learning as possible.

When and How to Opt In to Blended Learning

Beginning this Wednesday, March 24, you can visit the Learning Preference Survey at https://www.nycenet.edu/surveys/learningpreference to select blended learning for your child. Families can also call 311.

You can change to blended learning until Wednesday, April 7.

 
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P4Q TRANSLATION SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES

We are here to assist you and support you with any translation that you may need for your child. Please click on the button below and answer the questions the best that you can. We will contact you as soon as possible. Have a great day!

 
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CAPSTONE INTERACTIVE BOOKS

We’re excited to announce a new school resource that can be accessed from school, home, or on-the-go—Capstone Interactive eBooks! These eBooks can be used with a laptop or desktop computer or an iPad. Students love Capstone Interactive eBooks because they can access them anytime, anywhere. Does your child have a report due the next day? Did he or she forget to check out books from the library? Capstone Interactive eBooks can help! See what titles our school has to offer by using the login information below.

 

💻 TECHNOLOGY SUPPORT FOR FAMILIES 💻

Thank you for taking the time to reach out! We are here to assist and support you with any questions you may have with your child's google classroom/device!  Please click on the button below and complete the support form. We will contact you as soon as possible. Have a great day!!

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POSITIVE LEARNING COLLABORATIVE

The Positive Learning Collaborative (PLC) is a partnership between the United Federation of Teachers and NYC Department of Education that helps schools ensure that every child develops the social, emotional and academic skills needed to succeed in school and life.

 

PROPOSED OPENING AND CO-LOCATION OF A NEW SITE

February 26, 2021
Dear P.S. Q004 Families,
I am writing to share that the New York City Department of Education (NYCDOE) has posted a proposal to open and co-locate a new elementary site of P.S. Q004 (75Q004) in building Q070, to be called P004Q@Q070, beginning in the 2021-2022 school year. Building Q070 is located at 30-44 43rd Street, Queens, NY 11103 in Community School District 30. A co-location means that two or more schools are located in the same building and may share common spaces, such as auditoriums, gymnasiums, libraries, and cafeterias. This proposal must be voted on and approved by the Panel for Educational Policy (PEP) prior to implementation.
NYCDOE does not anticipate that, if approved, this proposal will impact any of the P.S. Q004 sites that your child(ren) currently attend(s).

 

FRONT DOOR

Information Session for Individuals & Families on Obtaining Services through the NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities

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PARENT HANDBOOK

 

CHANGE IN COVID-19 QUARANTINE PERIOD FROM 14 TO 10 DAYS

Based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the New York State Department of Health, and the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), the quarantine period for individuals exposed to confirmed COVID-19 cases has changed from 14 days to 10 days. Individuals with confirmed COVID-19 cases can end their quarantine after 10 days without a testing requirement, as long as no symptoms have been reported during the quarantine period. Current DOE heath policy will be updated and families will be informed of this change in the coming days. 

Please note that effective January 3, 2021, the time frame for individuals exposed to confirmed COVID-19 cases and the resulting interventions, such as classroom closures and building closures, have also changed from 14 days to 10 days. Individuals, classrooms, and school building closures that were subject to a 14-day quarantine period prior to January 3, must complete the duration of their 14-day quarantine.

For questions, email covid19virus@schools.nyc.gov.  

 

PRIORITY TESTING FOR SCHOOL-BASED STAFF AND STUDENTS

Testing is being prioritized for all DOE students (3K through 12th Grade), employees, employees of DOE contracted early childhood programs, and affiliated family child care networks, and employees of DOE- and DYCD-contracted Learning Bridges programs at 22 H+H testing sites during the 2020-2021 school year.

 

PRIORITY TESTING FOR SCHOOL-BASED STAFF

Testing is being prioritized for all DOE employees, employees of DOE contracted early childhood programs and affiliated family child care networks, and employees of DOE- and DYCD-contracted Learning Bridges programs at 46 City-run testing sites during the 2020-2021 school year.

 

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.

 
 
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THE  GLEN OAKS LITTLE LEAGUE CHALLENGER DIVISION

If you have a child that is challenged and you would like them to play baseball. The Glen Oaks Little Challenger Division is just for them. Here we play in a environment that is totally accepting of them.

Here we allow boys and girls with physical and mental Challenges, ages 4 to 18 or up to 21 if they are still in High School, to play ball.

So please forward this email to anyone you think will benefit from this program. Or for more information please contact Dennis Noonan at gobbclinic@aol.com

 

REMIND
STAY ON TOP OF WHAT’S HAPPENING AT SCHOOL. NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE OR WHAT YOU’RE DOING, GET IMPORTANT SCHOOL UPDATES RIGHT ON YOUR PHONE.

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DOE ATTENDANCE POLICY

In-person Instruction: Present

  • Student is physically present in the classroom / school learning environment for instruction during the scheduled school day.

Remote Instruction: Present (any of the below)

  • Student is virtually present in a remote learning environment for synchronous instruction during the scheduled school day.

Blended/in person Instruction: Absent

  • Not physically present in the classroom school learning environment for instruction during the scheduled school day.

  • In the school building but not attending any classes or not meeting with a guidance counselor or other licensed pedagogue.

Remote Instruction: Absent

  • Not virtually present during remote class, remote lesson, or scheduled teacher -student instruction during the scheduled school day.

 
 

REGARDING ABSENCES AND RETURNING TO SCHOOL/COVID SYMPTOMS

Symptoms of COVID-19 are:

  • Fever of 100.0°F or higher or chills,

  • Cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing,

  • Fatigue,

  • Muscle or body aches,

  • Headache,

  • Loss of taste or smell,

  • Sore throat, congestion or runny nose,

  • Nausea or vomiting,

  • Diarrhea

Students showing symptoms of COVID-19 will be escorted to the Isolation Room by a designated staff member wearing appropriate PPE.

 
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BETH MILLER-DALTON, PRESIDENT

KAREN ASHTON, SECRETARY

SHERRY GONZALES, TREASURER

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW TO  BECOME A MEMBER OF THE PTA, PLEASE CONTACT OUR PARENT COORDINATOR:

VANESSA MURRAY

VMURRAY4@SCHOOLS.NYC.GOV

718-264-0916

646-643-0976



 

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