K- 5 Citywide Grading Policy For 2019-20 School Year
PS 14 students will continue to engage in classes on line with all of their teachers! DOE 2019-20 Grading Policy for Elementary School Students is:
K - 5th Students receive final grades of either “Meets Standards” (MT) or “Needs Improvement” (N).
If you have questions about remote learning, click here or email: PS14Technology@gmail.com.
Any other questions or concerns, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To Our PS 14 Families
Parents Sign NYC Schools Account (NYCSA)
Parents or Guardians: Sign up for a NYC Schools Account (NYCSA) to have access to your child's report card!
All parents need to:
- Visit https://mystudent.nyc and select the “Create Account” link found on the login page.
- Enter your child’s 9-digit student ID number. You can find your child’s ID number on his or her report card. If you do not have your child’s ID number, contact your child’s school.
- Enter the unique Account Creation Code, which is specific to you and your child: Account Creation Code: ************
- Select “Next.”
- Enter and confirm your email address and password.
- 6. Select “Create Account.”
Parent Teacher Conferences Now through May 22!
Teachers are currently hosting Parent/ Teacher Conferences remotely. For more information, please reach out to your child's teachers. If you would like to schedule a one-on-one conversation with any of your child's teachers, please email or Dojo them to plan a conversation. If you have questions, please reach out to email@example.com.
PARENTS: If you still need to borrow a laptop
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 2 2 1.pdf
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Schools are Closed
NYC School Buildings are closed until September... But School is in Session On Line, and Meals are Being Distributed -
Grab and Go meals have resumed at PS14Q. Click here to find additional locations. Adults are also able to receive food as well.
Breakfast is 7:30 - 10:00 and lunch is 10:00 - 1:30 .
Remote Learning for your students began on Monday, March 23rd. Click here for more info.
Up to date information may be found at the DOE website: https://www.schools.nyc.gov/
Check back here for updates throughout the month.
June 4 and June 9 Students Are in AttendancePS 14Q The Fairview School
Parent Teacher Conferences Now through May 22!
Teachers are currently hosting Parent/ Teacher Conferences remotely. For more information, please reach out to your child's teachers. If you would like to schedule a one-on-one conversation with any of your child's teachers, please email or Dojo them to plan a conversation. If you have questions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.PS 14Q The Fairview School
SLT meeting May 14 at 2:45 pm+1 470-735-3331 PIN: 462 196 847#PS 14Q The Fairview School
Food Service is at 14Q, 19Q, 211Q, 28Q, 239Q
Tomorrow, May 6th, we will resume food service at PS 14Q as "grab and go" at the main entrance from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm.PS 14Q The Fairview School
Corona Virus Update
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
Operation Gratitude Via Remote Learning!
Attendance is one of our highest priorities! I announced to the students that any grade that achieves 97% attendance in the month of March, will get to color my hair: their choice or color! But I will only dye my hair if a grade achieves 97 percent attendance for the entire month. Please help our students achieve their goal.
“Come by 8 so we’re not late!” But if you wake up late, come to school anyway: better late than not at all. If it is raining or snowing, take your time and be safe, but be here! We can only teach your children when they are in school.
March 4 Parent Teacher Conferences 12:30 – 2:30 or 4:30 – 7:30
March 10 STEAM Night – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math activities for families 4 pm – 6 pm
March 25 & 26 ELA State Exams (grades 3,4,5)
Apr 9 - Apr 19 Spring Break
April 22 & 23 Math State Exams (grades 3,4,5)
May 5 Leadership Through Service Night 4:30 – 7:30
ELA and Math Schedule Changes for Lunch
Period Time Grade (s) Eating
3 9:55-10:45 2nd/1st
4 10:50-11:40 3rd /1st
5 11:45-12:35 4th
6 12:40-1:30 5th
Have a wonderful Spring Season!
Principal, PS 14Q The Fairview school
New York City Department of Education
Richard A. Carranza, Chancellor
Lawrence Pendergast, Executive Superintendent, Queens North
Madelene Chan, Community Superintendent
Charles Simic, Deputy 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
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