Update on Private Bus for 2021-2022

Information about the private bus for 2021-2022 has been added to the website. Parent-organized private transportation options are available for students not well served by OPT buses. Parent volunteers work with families and bus/van operators in areas where there are enough interested riders to establish routes. See https://q300pta.org/resources/bus-info/#privateBus for current…

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“The Mental Health Needs of Asian Children” by the Asian American Federation (10/8/2021)

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The Asian American Federation, along with several Asian American community-based organizations in NYC, is hosting a webinar on the topic of the mental health impact of anti-Asian hate and COVID-related stress on Asian children and their families. The event takes place at 3:00pm on Friday, October 8, 2021. For more…

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Back to School Family Forum for Queens on 9/1/2021

DOE will be hosting "Back to School Family Forums" in each borough. The forum for Queens will take place at 8:00pm-9:30pm on Wednesday, September 1, 2021. Visit https://learndoe.org/face/ for registration. The dates, times, and supported languages are as follows: Brooklyn - Wednesday, September 1st • 6–7:30pm (Spanish, Mandarin, Arabic) Queens…

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Bank Street College’s Anti-Black Racism in Early Childhood Education Symposium 2021

Bank Street College of Education will host an in-depth dialogue on supporting equity and the early education of Black children on Thursday, February 4, 2021 as part of Black Lives Matter at School Week. The symposium will feature a panel discussion around the theme of "Disrupting Anti-Black Racism in Early…

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DOE’s Fall 2020 School Experience Survey

The DOE is conducting surveys on your remote and blended learning experience in Fall 2020. All students in grades 6–12, parents and guardians of students in grades 3-K–12, and teachers can take the Fall 2020 School Experience Survey. See the following DOE website for more information. The surveys will be…

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NYC DOE’s Return to School 2020 website

The Fall 2020 school reopening models that the Chancellor announced on July 8, 2020 can be viewed at https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-year-20-21/return-to-school-2020/school-schedules. The DOE guidance recommends families regularly visiting the NYC DOE Return to School 2020 website (https://www.schools.nyc.gov/school-year-20-21/return-to-school-2020) for updates and up-to-date information. Please note that Q300 (Principal Sonita Ramkishun and/or Jenny Lando)…

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More x2 summer 2020 programs for Q300 students

Q300 shared the additional resources for summer activities in 2020. See the previous postings on the same topic here and here. NYC DOE Summer Enrichment Challenges and Activities The NYC DOE is hosting weekly virtual summer challenges between July 13, 2020 and August 17, 2020. The challenge for the week…

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More summer 2020 programs for Q300 students

Q300 shared the additional resources for summer activities in 2020. See the previous posting on the same topic here. More online summer programs Virtual summer classes from Varsity Tutors: Check out free, online summer classes for students in kindergarten through college in subjects including art, computer science, languages and more.…

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