WELCOME TO PS/MS 146 (2020 - 2021)

LIFT EVERY VOICE  BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION - FEBRUARY 24, 2021

On behalf of Superintendent Jennifer Carreón, Community Superintendent of District 27, you are cordially invited to our Black History Month Celebration, Lift Every Voice, on Wednesday, February 24th from 5:15pm to 6:15pm, featuring Dr. Eddie Glaude Jr. and our District 27 students.  Deputy Superintendent David Norment will be the Master of Ceremonies (MC) for the evening. 
 
Dr. Glaude is the Chair of the African American Studies Department at Princeton University and he often appears on NBC, CNBC and CNN as a featured guest.  He is the celebrated author of a new book titled, BEGIN AGAIN: James Baldwin's America and Its Urgent Lessons for Our Own.  Please join us in celebrating Black History as Dr. Glaude shares his experiences and spotlights James Baldwin.
 
Lift Every Voice will also honor the voices and talents of our District 27 students as they celebrate Black History through performances of poetry, music, dance, and literature review. 
 
Please join District 27 for this exciting event!  

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District 27 Family Engagement Session

Date: Thursday, February 25th

Time: 10am-11am

Trauma-Informed Care, Mental Health and Free Resources for Families

Please join our District 27 Team at our Family Engagement Session featuring:

Rachelle Lewis, Director for Student Services, Queens South NYCDOE Borough Office

Anthony Akinduro, The Family Assessment Program

Please Register by Wednesday, February 24th, 2021

Zoom Registration:

 https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0ld-2urDIiHN0myCX-h1631_UI2Xt7y8CY 

*After you register, you will receive a link to join the February 25th Session. 

This session will be recorded and available for viewing on our website.

For any questions, please email: District27@schools.nyc.gov

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Dear 146Q Families,

Please find the Chancellor's update for families letter attached. 

The update contains information about running for a seat in the coming election for Community and Citywide Education Councils, the reopening of our middle schools for in-person learning, new deadlines for applying to middle and high school, and resources to help foster family discussions during Black History Month and Respect for All Week.  

Enjoy the February break!!!
Ms. Keegan

 Chancellors Update for Families February 11 2021.pdf 

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS WILL RETURN TO SCHOOL FEBRUARY 25TH BEGINNING WITH OUR COHORT B & E STUDENTS. 

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PARENT WORKSHOP - RESPECT FOR ALL (RFA/CR-SE) - WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2021 - 6:00 P.M.  

FACILITATED BY: Christopher Browne, Guidance Counselor, Coleen Mainieri, Parent Coordinator and Michele Amato, School Social Worker

PLEASE NOTE:  PARENT WORKSHOP WEBINARS CAN BE FOUND UNDER "MORE" ON OUR HOMEPAGE)

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PS/MS 146 WEEKLY SCHEDULE

MONDAYS:  REMOTE LEARNING DAY FOR ALL STUDENTS EXCEPT COHORT E - 3K, 104, 404 AND 604

TUESDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS: COHORT A STUDENTS ATTEND SCHOOL FOR IN PERSON LEARNING

THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS: COHORT B STUDENTS ATTEND SCHOOL FOR IN PERSON LEARNING

COHORT D STUDENTS - 100% REMOTE LEARNING ATTEND SCHOOL ONLINE EVERY DAY MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY

COHORT E STUDENTS - CLASS 104,  CLASS 404 & CLASS 604 EVERYDAY IN SCHOOL MONDAY - FRIDAY

***BLENDED LEARNING STUDENTS IN GRADES 6 - 8 WILL RETURN TO IN PERSON LEARNING ON FEBRARY 25, 2021 ACCORDING TO THEIR ASSIGNED COHORT.

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WE ARE A 3K - GRADE 8 NEW YORK STATE RECOGNITION SCHOOL

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE ABOUT PS/MS 146

PLEASE CONTACT COLEEN MAINIERI, OUR PARENT COORDINATOR AT: cmainieri@schools.nyc.gov

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WE ARE A UNIFORM SCHOOL

  • TOPS: Long or short sleeve three-button polo shirts or solid tee shirt in navy, white, light blue or black. No logos.
  • BOTTOMS: Slacks, leggings, sweats, skirts, skorts or walking shorts (to the knee) in solid navy, khaki or black SHOES: Safe, sturdy footwear; NO sandals, flip flops, slides or open toe shoes.
  • During Hybrid Learning students are permitted to wear their gym uniform on the days they are in school.

ALL STUDENTS ARE EXPECTED TO BE ON TIME AND IN UNIFORM EVERYDAY

**PLEASE NOTE: ALL QUESTIONS REGARDING SCHOOL SPIRIT ATTIRE SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO OUR PTA - PTA146@yahoo.com

School Meals

Grab and Go FREE breakfast is available to students in grades 3K through 8 as they enter the building at 8:30 am. 

Students will be offered a FREE grab and go cold lunch for the 20-21 school year. Students always have the option of brining their own lunch to school.

IMPORTANT

  • COMPLETED LUNCH FORMS = SCHOOL FUNDING. PLEASE COMPLETE YOURS TODAY!
  • Please click the following link to complete your form online
  • QUESTIONS??? CALL SCHOOL FOOD CUSTOMER SERVICE: (877)363-6325

REGULAR SCHOOL HOURS

3K, PRE-K & Kgtn.: Monday - Friday 8:30 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.

Enter and Exit through class doors in the small playground on 99th Street

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ALL OTHER STUDENTS: 8:30 A.M. - 2:00 P.M.

GRADES 1 & 2: Enter and exit through exit 10 on side school yard (gate closest to 158th ave. on 99th St.)
GRADES 3 & 4: Enter and exit through exit 8 on 99th St. ( to the left of the small playground)
GRADE 5: Enter through exit 7 in the large schoolyard by the playground. Dismissal from exit 2 on 159th Street
GRADE 6: Enter through exit 7 in the large schoolyard by the playground. Dismissal from exit 3 on 159th Street 
GRADES: 7 & 8 Enter and exit through the main door on 99th Street

FREE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS

FREE AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS AT PS/MS 146 HAVE NOT BEEN SCHEDULED YET  FOR 20-21

New York Edge Sports & Arts in Schools Foundation (SASF)

Catering to students in Grades K - 5
Contact: Barbara Luciano, Assistant Director

via email: ps146q@Newyorkedge.org

Monday - Friday 2:20PM - 5:20PM

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Boys & Girls Club of Metro Queens

Catering to students in Grades 6 - 8

Contact: Kayleen Estevez, Director at 718-441-6050 ext. 214

2020-2021 REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL YEAR

FROM AN AUTHORIZED ADULT IN PERSON DURING THE HOURS BETWEEN 3:00 & 5:30pm

Attention Parents

Our neighbors help in numerous ways including

keeping an eye on the school and school grounds.

  Please respect our neighbors and their property by NOT parking

illegally and blocking driveways or double parking.

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  Attendance and lateness are factors that clearly impact student achievement. 

Students need to be in class to achieve at their best. 

PLEASE ENSURE STUDENTS ATTEND SCHOOL EVERY DAY UNLESS THE STUDENT IS SICK. 

Our GOAL FOR THIS YEAR IS 96% ATTENDANCE FOR THE ENTIRE SCHOOL.

NYCDOE Policy is that students MUST achieve a MINIMUM 90% ATTENDANCE RATE FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR. 

Attendance is one of the factors  used in promotional decisions.
 Previous report cards/school transcripts if applicable.

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