Updates for 2020-21

Use the cohorts and "in person calendars" to know what days you are schedule to attend school.
 PS 14 Morning Arrivals 2020.pptx 

We are ONLY set up for you to scan QR codes to the Health Screening Survey at Morning Arrival. We do not have anymore hand outs. If you prefer to bring us a Paper Health Screener, please print it at home and bring it with you:

What You Need to Know for Online Learning.docx  


K-5 Supply list:
Supply List 2020.docx 

Email registration@ps14inCorona.org and we will send you the link to register. All registration will be done on line this year.

Parent Teacher Conferences - November 5, 2020

Parent Teacher Conferences are on Nov. 5th. Your teacher will schedule time for a remote conversation about the progress of your child. 

If you would like to talk or meet with an administrator, you may email us your question and a phone number, and we will call you back or set up an on line meeting:

Kindergarten - Heather Benson, email her at hbenson2@schools.nyc.gov
First Grade - Kalosh Dalipi, email him at kdalipi@schools.nyc.gov
Second Grade - Peter Cantalupo, email him at pcantalupo@schools.nyc.gov 
Third Grade -Kalosh Dalipi, email him at kdalipi@schools.nyc.gov
Fourth Grade - Peter Cantalupo, email him at pcantalupo@schools.nyc.gov
Fifth Grade- Heather Benson, email her at hbenson2@schools.nyc.gov

Special Education- Janine Chatterton, email her at jchatte@schools.nyc.gov
ENL and Bilingual Education - Kalosh Dalipi, email him at kdalipi@schools.nyc.gov

To Our PS 14 Families


  • Applying for College? Here's Financial Aid Information

    If you or someone in your family is applying for financial aid, your first best resource is the FAFSA. Your high school counselor can help you. 


    Also, if you know which college you plan to attend, search their site and call their financial aid office. They very likely also have a "financial aid calculator" on their web site that you can use to estimate costs. 

    If you want a database for scholarships to apply for, try Scholarships.com to apply for additional funding. 

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  • Coffee With the Principal -3 pm Monday March 1st

    If you have questions or concerns or ideas, feel free to email hbenson2@schools.nyc.gov  any time.

    Good afternoon Parents/Tutors

    Heather Benson is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

    Topic: Coffee with the Principal
    Time: Mar 1, 2021 03:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 890 9352 6320
    Passcode: 753811
    One tap mobile
    +16465588656,,89093526320#,,,,*753811# US (New York)
    Dial by your location
    Passcode: 753811


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  • PA meeting on February 23 at 5 pm

    Topic: PTA Meeting
    Time: Feb 23, 2021 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 851 9229 8879
    Passcode: 246810

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  • The Remote Saturday ELL Academy

    This school year English Language Learners are invited to be apart of a 14 week remote learning experience for 90 minutes on Saturday mornings, from 8:30am - 10:00am. Starting in
    January. Students will be assigned to a grade level google classroom and will be given ebooks to work with in English grammar and phonics.  Seats are limited so we ask you to sign up as soon as possible.  

    Please register using the following link:



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  • Open School Safety Meeting / Reunion de Seguridad Escolar Abierta

    Join us for our Open School Safety Meeting / Reunion de Seguridad Escolar Abierta
    Time: Dec 17, 2020 09:30 AM
    P.S. 14 is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

    Topic: Open School Safety Meeting / Reunion de Seguridad Escolar Abierta

    When/ Cuando: Dec 17, 2020
    Time/ Hora: 09:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

    Join Zoom Meeting

    Meeting ID: 882 3589 9249
    Passcode: 249790
    One tap mobile
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    Dial by your location
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    +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington D.C)
    +1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)
    +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
    +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
    Meeting ID: 882 3589 9249
    Passcode: 249790
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These are very trying times. We share your worries and your sorrows, and we are here for you if you need anything at all. Additionally, there are resources available for you and your families if you would like emotional support. Please take advantage of these resources. They are here for you, just like we are. Sending love to all who are experiencing discomfort, sorrow, and loss in this unprecedented time. NYCDOE YMTPP Wellness Resources

As soon as this document is posted in other languages we will add the link here. In the meantime, if you hover over the page using the Google Translate Camera, you can read the attachment in your preferred language. 

Operation Gratitude Via Remote Learning!

New York City Department of Education

  Richard A. Carranza, Chancellor

Mabel Sarduy, Executive Superintendent, Queens North

Madelene Chan, Community Superintendent

James Leahy, Field Support Liaison

Teresa Caccavale, Talent Development and Evaluation Coach

Beth Tekverk, Director of Early Childhood

Eleanor McNamee, Family Leadership Coordinator

Susana Santacruz, Family Support Coordinator

Read Our March Newsletter

Corona Virus Update

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Dear families,

Over the weekend, the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene confirmed the first case of  novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in New York City.  While we all hoped this moment would not come, it was something the City has meticulously prepared for. At this time, it is important to listen to facts and not respond to fear. Despite our first confirmed case, New Yorkers remain at low risk for contracting the virus.

The health and safety of all of our students continues to be our first priority. As we monitor the situation, we are enhancing certain protocols and providing additional resources, including:

  • Providing CDC-approved cleaning agents to every school

  • Ensuring all bathrooms are continuously stocked with soap and paper towels, and encouraging students and staff

    to wash hands frequently

  •   Ensuring principals and school nurses have the resources and guidance needed to detect and report symptoms

    exhibited at school, and provide help for any affected individuals

    Working in close partnership with the Health Department, we will continue to update our protocols as the situation evolves, and communicate about any possible impact to parents and our school communities. We will keep all of our latest information on our website at schools.nyc.gov/coronavirus.

    There are no plans to close schools at this time. This is an extreme measure that can be disruptive to day-to-day life, and the decision to implement will only be taken at the direction of public health experts. As a reminder, it is critical that all New Yorkers continue to practice general viral infection prevention measures including:

  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or sleeve

  • Wash your hands regularly

  • Avoid touching your face

  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick

  • Get your flu shot – it’s never too late

  • Stay home if you’re feeling sick. Call your doctor and let them know your symptoms and travel history.

    We are in direct and regular communication with principals to ensure they have the latest information and to answer any questions that may arise. Additionally, we remind all families that they can receive regular updates on this topic and many others by signing up for an NYC Schools Account. Please visit https://mystudent.nyc/ to create an account and to update your emergency contact information.

    Please read the Frequently Asked Questions sheet attached to this letter for more information, or visit nyc.gov/coronavirus at any time for important updates. The health and safety of our students continues to be our chief priority, and we will follow all guidance and take all appropriate measures accordingly.


    Richard A. Carranza
    New York City Department of Education 

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SASF- Beacon Program

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Please click above to visit SASF

P.S. 14 welcomes Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation (SASF) under the direction of :

Shantryce Hare

(718) 699-6071 ext. 1531

We look forward to launching of this great program in October 2017!

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