Student Lunch Form
Students who opted back into blended learning will start on 11/30/20
You will be notified regarding your child's schedule.
Keeping school buildings open depends upon awareness of and immediate action on any COVID-19 concerns in our buildings. To do this, we need students and staff in our buildings to get tested! That’s why we’re bringing testing directly into schools beginning in October 2020. Our testing partners will come to district schools, every month, and test a randomly selected group of staff and students from grades 1-12. The number of people to be tested will depend on the size of the school, but will consist of 10-20% of a school’s population each month, students and staff included. Schools throughout the city will be tested every day for the remainder of the month.
CONSENT FORMS: ENGLISH/SPANISH
October 5, 2020
I hope this finds you and your loved ones safe and healthy. This morning, we wrote to you to share plans to close your child’s school building this Wednesday, October 7, transitioning to fully remote teaching and learning. This is because your child’s school is located in one of nine zip codes in Brooklyn and Queens that is experiencing elevated rates of COVID-19 transmission. This afternoon, the State of New York announced that the closure of school buildings in these zip codes, will now take place starting tomorrow, Tuesday, October 6. That means that beginning on Tuesday, October 6, your child will be in fully remote learning for an initial two-week period. You will hear from your child’s school leadership and teachers very shortly, along with important next steps. The City is taking these steps to ensure we can contain spread of the coronavirus across our communities. When transmission rates decrease to under 3%, then your child’s school can reopen—as soon as Wednesday, October 21. If the transmission rates persist above 3% in these zip codes, the Mayor has proposed keeping school buildings closed and other precautions in place for a longer duration. We will proactively provide you with updates on all key details related to the building closure—including reopening. It is important to note that there is no evidence that schools in these zip codes have had an increase in positive cases, nor is there any indication that higher transmission rates in these neighborhoods is due to school buildings being open. The step to close school buildings is one of many steps being taken to help reduce transmission in these specific zip codes......PLEASE SEE PDF FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Here are NYC resources for various free wifi options throughout the City, along with the CV19 specific offers being extended by the carriers.
Library/Alliance Wifi: https://www.nycgo.com/plan-your-trip/basic-information/internet-access-in-nyc/
LinkNYC Wifi: https://www.nycgo.com/articles/wifi-in-nyc
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ CHANCELLORS LETTER:
Students in 3-K, Pre-K and grades K through 5 will return to in-person learning beginning on Monday, December 7.
3K-PK BEACH CHANNEL DRIVE (PK PLAYGROUND)
K-2 Exit 4
GR.3 EXIT 3 (School Yard)
GR.4-5 MAIN (EXIT 5)
GR.6-8 EXIT 2 (ELIZABETH AVENUE)
Google Classroom Help:
Channel View Open House Information
December 9, 2020
6th Grade - Navy Blue Polo & Khakis
7th Grade - Grey Polo & Khakis
8th Grade - Burgundy Polo & Khakis
All other Grades - Light Blue Polo & Grey Pants
Please join us on every tuesday at 5:00PM for a parent meeting with our Principal, Ms. Shapiro, and Staff to get an update on the upcoming school year. We will be discussing the plans to reopen, precautions we will be taking, learning options for you and your children, and much more. We hope to see everyone there.
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Spirit Week 2020!
420 Beach 51st Street
Far Rockaway, NY 11691
For Enrollment Questions:
Parent Coordinator: Vgarcia31@schools.nyc.gov
STH Community Coordinator: Bnadjmabadi@schools.nyc.gov
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District 27 Website
As the New York City Department of Education resumes in-person schooling this fall, most schools and early childhood programs will operate on a blended learning model. This means that each week, students will have some school days in person, and some school days remotely. Learning Bridges is a new program that will provide free child care options for children from 3-K through 8th grade on days when they are scheduled for remote learning. If you are interested in the Learning Bridges program, please complete this survey(Open external link).
The Learning Bridges programs will:
Be operated by community-based organizations and other partners
Provide opportunities for children to connect to their remote learning activities
Include time for art, recreation, and other age-appropriate activities
Follow the same rigorous health and safety precautions as schools