As Halloween approaches, we know many children and families across the city are looking forward to celebrating. We are excited to share ways to safely have fun with your family, while still being mindful of key COVID-19 prevention measures.
Today we are writing to inform you, out of an abundance of caution, that on 10/23/2020 a member of our school community tested positive for COVID-19. After investigation, the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and the NYC Test and Trace Corps have concluded that there has been NO exposure to the school community because the person was NOT at school while infectious. Therefore, there are no plans for classroom or school closures and students should continue to attend as regularly scheduled.
今天我們要通知您，出於謹慎的考慮，在October 23, 2020，我們學校有成員的新冠病毒檢測結果呈陽性。在調查之後，紐約市健康及心理衛生局和NYC Test and Trace Corps最後決定，由於該名人員在可傳染他人期間並沒有在學校，所以沒有將病毒暴露在學校社區。因此，沒有計劃關閉教室或學校，學生應該繼續按正常安排的時間表上學。
All visitors entering DOE buildings must complete a health screening. Face coverings are required for all individuals while on school property.
What Is a Face Covering?
For the purposes of this guidance, a face covering is any well-secured cloth covering or disposable mask that covers a person’s nose and mouth and is worn to reduce the risk of transmission of the virus that causes COVID-19.
Acceptable face coverings include but are not limited to cloth-based face coverings (e.g., homemade, sewn, or quick cut masks), and disposable surgical masks that cover both the mouth and nose.
What Types of Face Coverings Are Not Permitted on DOE Property?
Bandanas and neck gaiters are not permitted.
Face coverings with an exhalation valve or vent are not permitted as exhalation valves allow unfiltered exhaled air to escape to others.
Face coverings that completely cover or hide an individual’s face, such as ski masks, are not permitted.
Unless otherwise approved by school administration, clear face shields cannot be worn unless accompanied by a face covering.
Dear Families, You’re invited to shop our SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR online from October 19th – November 1st. All purchases benefit our school and connect kids with new books, favorite characters, complete series and more. • There are over 6,000 items including new releases, best sellers and value packs • All orders ship directly to your home • FREE SHIPPING on Book-only orders over $25 • All purchases support our school and earn 25% in rewards.
Happy Reading, Ms. Chan
尊敬的家长/监护人，我们诚意邀请您参加我们的网上书展。 书展从10月19日至11月1日在网上开放给大家选购。所有的得益将用在我们学校的学生上，让孩子们能接触到更多的新书，喜欢的故事人物，完整的故事系列以及更多。 • 有6,000多种商品，包括新版本，畅销书和超值套装 • 所有订单均直接运送到您家中 • 凡购买$ 25以上的书籍将免运费 • 所有订单都支持我们学校，并让我们获得25％的奖励回馈。
祝大家阅读愉快！ Ms. Chan
A September to Remember
Welcome to the 2020-2021 School Year
All students will be working remotely from home. Your child should log into their Google Classroom to meet with their teachers every day.
If you need help with technology, please send in a request using this link.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act of 2020 authorized the payment of P-EBT food benefits to households with children who would have received free school lunches under the National School Lunch Act, if not for a school closure. If you are eligible and have not received a P-EBT food benefit for your child, please contact the State using P-EBT contact form or by calling 1-833-452-0096 (8:30am – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday).
Learning Bridges 學習橋
Please complete this survey to express interest in the Learning Bridges program, which will provide child care options for children from 3-K through 8th grade this fall for days when they are not in school buildings.