2021-2022 School Year
2021-2022 Supply Lists (Updated June 24)
Listas de suministros 2021-2022
Emergency Contact Cards (Blue Cards)
Each morning before you drop off your child to school, you will need to complete a Health Screening. You will be asked to show the results from the screening to the staff at the entrance. You can also take the screening before leaving home, print out the results and send it with your child to school. We will have copies of the health screening at the entrance doors as well if you couldn't complete it electronically.
Below you will find links to our Parent Resources Folder, Zoom sign-in tutorials, and Google Classroom tutorials. Please bookmark our Parent Resources Folder, as it has an abundance of information and it is updated frequently with workshop recordings/presentations, social emotional resources, and more.
Please see below for important documents and forms for the 2021-2022 school year.
Technology: Getting a Device and Internet Access
We are committed to making sure that all students can successfully connect to online learning during their at-home learning days.
- If your student needs an iPad, fill out the NYCDOE Device Request Form to request your device. Borrowing a device is free. Please visit the DOE's iPad Distribution webpage for more information.
- Borrowed devices should be used for school purposes only and kept in a secure location.
- If you are not able to get internet hooked up in your home, your child's teacher will work with you to provide alternative offline assignments.
- If you have ongoing issues with technology to support learning at home, please fill out the Technical Support for Families form.
If you are having trouble connecting to Google Classroom, Google Hangouts, or any of our online learning platforms, contact Ms. Esposito on ParentSquare or email her at email@example.com.
Tips for Successful At-Home Learning
At-home learning will look different than a typical school day. The amount of time your child should be expected to engage in learning activities will vary by age and grade level.
- Make sure your child has a quiet place to work (ideally a desk or table) and the school supplies they need. Try to remove distractions like the television or other technology not needed for learning.
- Your child may benefit from focusing on a limited number of subjects each day. For example, If they are working at home Monday-Wednesday-Friday, they may want to work on science and math on Mondays, Social Studies and English Language Arts on Wednesday, and use Fridays to catch up on any assignments not yet completed.