PS39 COMMUNITY SUPPORT DOCUMENT
D&I has started collecting stakeholder feedback, and compiling it into a community support document of activities and resources for the time students are not in school. This document contains information on the needs and capacities of our community members (parents, caregivers, siblings) to assist with after school activities for kids, ideas for socialization outside of school, ways to volunteer your time with our kids, etc. It is a living document, so we need your feedback. We are looking for the concerns and needs of all families in the remote learning space, as well as feedback from parents and caregivers on ways they might be able to support each other outside of school.
PS39 COMMUNITY SUPPORT DOCUMENT
Please visit our Orientation Page under our Reopening Page for information about our daily schedules, teacher assignments and orientation schedules. You will also find information about our exception to our 1B model for ALL REMOTE MONDAYS. All PS 39 students will have remote-only instruction on Mondays.
PS 39 shared a communication with families on September 10 about the work our teachers have been doing to prepare for school reopening and information about our communication schedule for next week. Please view this letter.
This is the communication schedule for next week:
Upcoming Communication Dates:
Teacher Placements and orientation schedules
Grade-level welcome letters from teachers
Information about school supplies, arrival, dismissal, school food will be shared during orientation meetings.
The NYC Department of Education announced start of school date information. All schools will begin full-time teaching and learning on September 21 with student orientations starting on September 16. See important dates below:Tuesday, September 8, 2020
Families were emailed individual letters with information about their child's class placement and learning group for the start of school on August 26. If you did not receive this letter, please contact our Parent Coordinator, Rudi Ganz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Information about teacher and classroom numbers will be emailed, posted on ps39.org and in the front bulletin board by September 8. The tentative first day of school is Thursday, September 10.
This week we challenge you to Explore!
Choose one Nature Scavenger Hunt experience from the 2020 Summer Engagement Kit and post what you learned on Padlet. It's another fun way to keep your learning skills sharp, your curiosity peaking, and your body moving!
Take a look at all of the Summer Challenges to get ready for more fun this summer in the weeks ahead.
July 18th from 2:00 to 5:00 PM Treats for Change Bake Sale
This Summer, we challenge you! Check out the activities below for fun ways to keep your learning skills sharp, your curiosity peaking, and your body moving! This week we challenge you to Explore!
Choose one Celebrating Culture experience from the 2020 Summer Engagement Kit (page 16) and post what you learned on padlet. It's another fun way to keep your learning skills sharp, your curiosity peaking, and your body moving!
You can view all the Summer Challenges to get ready for more fun this summer.
Our District 15 Superintendent, Anita Skop, has shared this letter with our school community about the NYC Department of Education's school reopening plans that were announced on July 8. Please view Ms. Skop's letter.
Chancellor Caranza has released a letter to families with initial information regarding school reopening guidance. View this letter as a .pdf.
The Mayor also spoke about school reopening at a press conference on July 8 with information about school schedules and blended learning options for families.