Parents/guardians are welcome to audit the session. Thanks much!
Topic: SLT meeting
Time: Nov 24, 2020 02:45 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 836 7710 1658
PS 15 is having a Virtual Open House starting this Wednesday, November 18th at 11:30AM & 6:30PM. Please RSVP with Parent Coordinator, Melissa Johnson at MJohnson98@schools.nyc.gov or call her at 917-669-0508.
The Virtual Open House will be on Zoom, and the Meeting ID is 811 6620 9877, Passcode: 358122.
There will also be Virtual Open Houses on December 17th, January 11th and February 5th at 11:30AM & 6:30PM.
There will be an emergency PTA Expenditure Meeting this Thursday, November 12th at 6:30PM.
Please come out and vote on some upcoming expenses that need to be approved this week, including a significant contribution to this year's Beacon Thanksgiving Dinner.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom information.
PS 15 Distribution of supplies on 11/12 and 11/13 on the playground from 9:00 to 10:00 and from 12:00 to 2:00
Brand New Winter Coats*, Books/Puzzles/Games, headphones, supplies, Bears for Prek-1st, and for some classes- packages prepared by the teachers.
Please make sure to wear a mask and to maintain 6 feet apart to practice social distancing.
*Coats are first come, first served. We have Size 4 (9), Size 5 (4), Size 5/6 (6), Size 6 (4), Size 6X (5), Size 7 (2), Size 10-12 (28), Size 14-16 (4)
Here is some information on open houses at BUGs. It's a charter school in Windsor Terrace/Kensington. Please post to ilearn or any other way you communicate with families.
Thanks,Here are some Open House quick links:
Learning Bridges is a program, new for the 2020–21 school year, that provides free childcare options for families of children from 3-K through grade 8, on days when students are scheduled for remote learning. The first phase of enrollment prioritized access for high-needs students, including students living in shelters; student-group sizes were kept small out of an abundance of caution for health and safety.
In the coming days, the DOE will broaden access to Learning Bridges programs, so that more families can attend programs, by drawing students from multiple schools to a single Learning Bridges site. In broadening access to Learning Bridges, students will no longer need to attend a matched school to enroll in a program. This additional flexibility will ensure that Learning Bridges seats are available to more schools and as many families as possible. Interested families should complete the Learning Bridges application, which takes less than five minutes; applications are accepted on a rolling basis and if a school is not listed (non-matched), families should leave those fields blank. Offers are made on a weekly basis and new seats and sites will continue to be added throughout the fall.
Do know that there is a Learning Bridges program operating out of the P.A.L. Miccio right here in Red Hook. The program has seats available to accept additional families who will need the childcare services.