Update for Families
Dear PS 100 Families:
Family and Student Information Sessions
Please join the upcoming Family and Student Information Sessions where our Department of Education leadership will share the latest updates as we plan for the return to schools in Fall 2020. Wednesday, 8/12/20, families will be able to hear re-opening updates directly from the Chancellor who will be joined by Principals and Superintendents from across the City. The event will feature a Q&A where DOE officials will answer questions from families about the re-opening plans rolling out in their districts. Below are the links to register: Wednesday, August 12, 2020 from 6:30-8pm
Reopening of Schools – Governor Cuomo’s Announcement
Governor Cuomo announced that schools across New York can reopen for in-person instruction this fall. Under the governor’s announcement, schools can be reopened if they are in a region where the average rate of positive tests is below 5 percent. Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Carranza have set a higher standard and announced that schools can only open if the rate of positive tests in the city is 3 percent or lower.
Instructional Videos for Parents
The Office of the Chief Academic Officer has produced a series of instructional videos for parents on topics ranging from “Remote Learning for Students with IEPs” to “Instructional Strategies.” These videos aim to support parents with techniques and strategies to help students learn at home. Please check out the videos here.
Apple is hosting virtual learning sessions for parents and guardians from July 27th - August 22nd on topics ranging from how to set up an iPad and how to manage parental controls to a review of build-in apps and features. Learn more here.
UFT Workshops for Parents
During the summer, UFT will be offering a host of workshops for parents on Thursdays from 5-6pm. The topics are below, and you can register here. Aug. 13: Social-Emotional Learning for Parents
Summer Challenges for Kids
Calling all students across New York City! It doesn’t matter which borough you’re from or which grade you are in, you can join the fun and maybe even win a prize or two. The NYC Department of Education is hosting citywide summer challenges.This week’s focus is Music and Dance – click here to learn more.