Update from Ms. Lucy
Dear PS 100 Families: PS 100 would like to send a huge "THANK YOU" shout out to our PS 100 Community First Responders and Essential Workers. We appreciate all you're doing to keep us safe. Meal Hubs
Grab and Go Breakfast/Lunch at PS 100 has been cancelled until further notice. Please note, Grab and Go Breakfast/Lunch is available to students and families at I.S. 303 located at 501 West Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224.
NYC SCHOOL ACCOUNTS
NYC School Creation Codes letters were mailed out the week of March 23, 2020 to families without a NYC School Account. The NYC School Account provides families information on their child's education, report card and promotion in doubt. If you need any assistance on creating NYC School Account, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 347-633-4464.
All NYC Public School Families to Receive $420 Per Child
More than $880 million in additional food assistance will go to help New Yorkers with children who previously received free and reduced-price meals at school. The food benefit, which is part of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, will be issued in June. If you already have an EBT card, you'll receive the funds automatically in early June. If you don't already receive food benefits, you will receive a notice from the state in the mail explaining when and how you'll receive your food benefit, which should come through in late June. You can find more information on the State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance website.
Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome in Children (MIS-C)— PMIS is a rare condition that is not contagious. However, because it is life-threatening, it is important to know the signs. Most children have a persistent, high fever lasting several days, along with other symptoms, including:
Irritability or sluggishness
Abdominal pain without another explanation
Conjunctivitis, or red or pink eyes
Enlarged lymph node (“gland”) on one side of the neck
Red, cracked lips or red tongue that looks like a strawberry
Swollen hands and feet, which might also be red
You should call your doctor if your child becomes ill and has had continued fever. Your doctor will ask about your child’s symptoms and use that information to recommend next steps. If your child is severely ill, you should go to the nearest emergency room or call 911 immediately. For more information, please visit here. Dial-a-Teacher Dial-a-Teacher is back! https://tutor.dialateacher.or
What: Homework help line for students, run by classroom teachers
Where: Visit tutor.dialateacher.org, fill out the form and get a call from a teacher
Who: Students in kindergarten through 5th grade
Hours: Monday through Thursday, 4 to 7 p.m. when school is in session
Languages spoken: English
Subjects available: English and math
Free Online Tutoring for Students
Through the New York Public Library, students can receive one-on-one free online homework help from one-on-one tutors, daily from 2–11 PM. Tutors are available in English and Spanish, from early elementary through high school grades, in core subject areas. Video content and other resources are also available 24 hours a day. Families will need a New York Library card to access this service, and can apply for a card here.
Google Classroom Tutorial
NYS TESOL has created Google Classroom Student tutorial videos in the following languages:Bengali, Chinese, French, Haitian Creole, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Urdu. The videos can be accessed here:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLON_Ndz-asFTvNS3ODimsVtFom_nywSJR
Let’s Learn NYC! On WNET/PBS
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza announced the launch of Let’s Learn NYC!, a new educational public television program produced by the WNET Group in partnership with the New York City Department of Education (DOE) featuring lessons for children in 3K through second grade that will supplement remote learning. Programming will offer age-appropriate content that is aligned to standards and lessons for early childhood education and includes foundational reading skills, literacy, math, social studies, and science.
As we continue to evolve into our "remote learning", we will continue to find ways to come together as a community and be there for each other. Please reach out to me with questions, concerns, or in need of emotional support at 646-240-6818, 347-633-4464 or email@example.com. Best, Lucy Malave PS 100 Parent Coordinator Lmalave2@schools.nyc.gov 646-240-6818 718-382-2760 ext 1031